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INQUISITIONS POST MORTEM 

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PRESERVED IN THE 



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The present volume is the first instalment of a Calendar of 
certain documents selected from the class formerly known 
as Escheats, or Inquisitions post mortem. The guiding principle 
of selection has been to include all inquisitions dealing with the 
hereditary descent of land, assignments of dower, proofs of 
age, lands of lunatics and the like, reserving for separate 
treatment all inquisitions ad quod damnum, and all inquisitions not 
bearing upon the subjects before mentioned. A list of the inquisitions 
ad quod damnum is now in course of publication; and a detailed 
calendar of the remaining enquiries will be published later. 

The period covered by the present volimie is the reign of Henry III. ; 
and the earliest inquisition described in it is dated in the 20th year 
of that king. It is, however, only by degrees that the inquisition on 
the death of a landowner assumes a regular form ; and the growth of 
the administration intended to deal with it is equally gradual. Even 
the writ of diem clavMt eMremum cannot be traced beyond the 
39th year of that king ; and to the very end of the reign it is possible 
to note occasional variations from the regular course. 

Two stages in the development of the officer known as the Escheator 
can be traced. In the first, the taking of the inquisitions is the duty 
of the Sheriff; and all the other executive functions such as seizing the 
lands on the death of their owner, restoring them to the heir and the 
like are done by him. But the actual custody of the lands, while in 
the king's hands, belongs to officers known as custodes escaetarum^ 
and sometimes as escaetores. On the Close Roll of 16 Henry III., 
m. lid, two of these keepers are appointed for each coimty; two 
years later, we find two for the whole of England, namely Richard 
de la Lade and Adam son of William, and accounts rendered by these 
last for lands in their hands are to be found on the Pipe Rolls of the 
period. The first Escheator in the later sense seems to have been 



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viii INTRODUCTION. 

Robert de Creppinges, who acted as Escheator North of Trent from 
20 to 32 Henry III. ; but even after this appointment, we find many 
writs addressed to the Sheriff on subjects that seem rather to belong to 
the province of the Escheator. Henry de Wengham occurs as Escheator 
South of Trent about the year 30 Henry III. ; but the first account for 
that office is the account of William de Wendling for the years 43-45 
Henry HI. These two chief escheators had subordinates in each 
county, known as co-escheators or sub-escheators, to whom part of 
their work was entrusted; but the writ ordering the taking of an 
inquisition is always addressed to the chief escheator, who transmitted 
it to his subordinate. 

Certain liberties and districts lay without the power of the escheators ; 
and writs touching lands within them were either sent direct to the 
officers in charge of them, or remitted to them for execution by the 
original recipient. 

It should be explained that when the Calendar does not mention 
the name of the recipient of the writ, it is to be understood that 
the writ was addressed to the Escheator. 

The inquisitions taken by the Escheator were returned by him into 
Chancery j but a further duty lay upon him of accounting at the 
Exchequer for t^e profits of the lands in his hands or for money 
received by him on behalf of the king. As vouchers for these 
accounts, he was compelled to produce at the Exchequer copies, or 
notes, of the inquisitions taken before him and any other documents 
that might be required to discharge claims against him. Hence 
arises the parallel set of documents known as Escheators' Accounts 
and Inquisitions, Exchequer. For the reign of Henry HI. there is only 
one such copy in existence, and several writs; these have be^n 
included in the present Calendar. 

Before the publication of the present volume, the only means of 
reference to the class of Inquisitions post mortem were the four volumes 
published by the Record Commission between 1806 and 1838. On the 
unsatisfactory character of that publication it is needless to insist. The 
omission of the names of the heirs was partially remedied by the 
publication in 1865 of two volmnes of extracts edited by Mr. 



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INTRODUCTION. ix 

Charles Roberts and entitled * Calendarium Grenealogicum.' These 
only cover the reigns of Henry III. and Edward I. ; and the obvious 
inconvenience of pursuing a system in which the names of heirs 
were given in one. calendar and the lands in another made it undesirable 
to proceed further on those lines. 

It was determined therefore to undertake a new calendar altogether; 
and to begin by classifying the mass of documents on the principles 
already explained. In the abstracts here given of the Inquisitions 
post mortem, the lands, the tenures of lands, the date of the 
death of the owner, if stated, and the names and ages of the heirs 
have been given, with an abstract of any information contained in the 
document as titles, relationship and so forth ; the names of the tenants 
of knights* fees have also been included. On the other hand, extents 
of manors have been omitted, their presence in the original 
documents being indicated by the words * (extent given).' The 
names of jurors, sheriffs, and escheators are also for the most part 
left out. 

The entries in the Calendar have been numbered successively for 
reference only. The original documents are bound in files and 
numbered, and should be applied for by the file and number to be 
found at the end of each entry ; the initial letter C. signifies that the 
document in question belongs to the Chancery series ; and E. in like 
manner refers to the Exchequer series. 

llie table which follows this introduction shows the new arrangement 
of the Inquisitions post mortem and the relation between the old and 
present references of the documents in it. 

The text of the present volume has been prepared by Mr. J. E. E. S. 
Sharp, an Assistant Record Keeper, and the index by Mr. A. E. Stamp, 
M.A. of this office. 

H. C. MAXWELL LYTE. 

Public Record Office, 
28 March, 1904. 



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Table showing the present reference to all documents 
formerly included amongst the inquisitions .post mortem of the 
REIGN OF Henry III. 

The old reference is given in the first column, the new reference in the 
second) third, fourth, or fifth column as the case may be. 

Documents which cannot now be traced are marked ' missing.' 





Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


\f 1 qppI Ion Ann a 






Post Mortem. 
Henry III. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


iU.loL*CylXClllt7U UD 

Inquisitions 




1-27 Hen. III. 1 


— 




— 


Forest Proc. (An- 
cient) no. 23b. 


lA 


— 






Forest Proc. (An- 
cient) no. 28c. 


2 


22. (18) 








8 


— 


— 


1. (1) 




4 


— 


— 




Forest Proc. (An- 
cient) no. 100. 


4a 


— 


— 


1. (2) 




4b 


— 


— 


1. (3) 


. 


4c 


— 


— 


1. (4) 




4d 








Miscellanea (Chan- 
cery) 14, no. 1. 

(1.) 


6 


— 


— 


1. (5) 




6 


— 


— 


1. (6) 




7 


— 


— 


1. (7) 




8 


1. (1) 








9 


1. (2) 








10 


1. (3) 








11 


1. (4) 








12 


1. (5) 








18 







1. (8) 




14 


1. (6) 








16 


1. (7) 








16 








1. (9) 




16a 


1. (8) 








16b 


1. (5) 








17 





— 


22. (1) 




18 





— 


1. (10) 




19 


1. (9) 








20 


— 


— 


1. (11) 




21 




— 


1. (12) 




22 


1. (10) 


1 






28 


1. (11) 


1 






28a 


— 




22. (2) 




24 


— 


— 


1. (13) 





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1-27 Hen. III. 25 [ 


1. (12) 


26 > 


1. (13) 


27 1 


' 1. (14) 


28 


1. (15) 


.29 ; 


1. (16) 


30 





31 


1. (17) 


32 




33 


1 (18) 


34 


1. (19) 


28-29 Hen. III. 1 


1. (20) 


2 


2. (1) 


3 


2. (2) 


4 




6 ' 


2. (3) 


6 1 


15. (6) 


7 


2. (4) 


8 . 


2. (5) 


9 , 


2. (6) 


10 


2. (7) 


11 


2. (8) 


12 


2. (9) 


13 


2. (10) 


14 





16 


2. (11) 


16 


2. (12) 


17 





18 





19 


2.- (13) 


20 





21 





22 


2. (14) 


23 


2. (15) 


24 1 


2. (16) 


25 




26 


2. (17) 


27 ' 


2. (18) 


27a 





27b I 


2. (19) 


27c 


— ' 


27d 


_^ 


27E ; 


— 


28 ' 


1. (19) 


29 1 


37. (10) 


80 , 


2. (19) 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



Miscellaneous. 
Inquisitions 



1. (14) 
1. (16) 



1. (17) 



22. (8) 



1. (18) 

1. (19) 

1. (20) 

1. (21) 



1. (22) 
22. (4) 



1.(2) 



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Henry III. 



28-29 Hen.IIL81 


2. (20) 


82 





88 





84 


8. (1) 


85 




36 





87 


48. (12) 


38 


— 


39 


8. (3) 


40 


8. (4) 


41 


8. (5) 


42 


8. (6) 


48 




'44 


8. (7) 


46 


8. (8) 


46 


8. (9) 


47 


8. (10) 


48 




49 


_ 


60 





61 


_ 


62 





68 


— 


64 


8. (11) 


65 




66 


8. (2) 


80 Hen. m. 1 


8. (14) 


2 


8. (15) 


8 


8. (16) 


4 


8. (17) 


6 


8. (18) 


6 


8. (12) 


7 


8. (19) 


8 


8. (20) 


9 


4. (1) 


10 


4. (2) 


11 1 


4. (8) 


12 


4. (4) 


18 


4. (6) 


14 


4. (6) 


16 




16 


4. (7) 


17 ! 


1. (6) 


18 1 




19 I 


4. (8) 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



l-(8) 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions 



1. (28) 



22. (6) I 
1. (24) 

1. (26) i 



1. (26) 



1. (2) 



1. (27) 
1. (28) 



1. (29) 



Forest Proc. (An- 
cient) no. 23e. 



Criminal Inq. 1 (1). 
Inq. p.m. 10 Edw. 
It. 96. 



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Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 


Miscellaneous 


I 




Henry ill. 


Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 


» 


80 Hen. III. 20 


4. (9) 










21 


4. (10) 








i 


22 


4. (11) 










28 


4. (12) 










24 


— 


1. (4) 






1 


26 


— 


1. (19) 






V 


26 





1. (6) 








27 


— 


1. (6) 








28 


— 




2. 


(8) 




29 


— 





2. 


(4) 




30 





1. (7) 








81 


4. (18) 










82 


4. (14) 










88 


4. (15) 








* 


84 


3. (20) 










86 


4. (16) 










86 


4. (17) 










37 


4. (20) 










38 


— 


1. (8) 








39 


4. (18) 










40 


— 


— 


2. 


(6) 




41 


4. (19) 










42 







2. 


(6) 




43 


— 


— 


. 




Criminallnq.l(2). 


44 


— 


— 


- 


— 


Criminal Inq. 1(8). 


46 


4. (20) 










46 


3. (13) 










47 


— 


— 


- 


— 


Criminal Inq. 1(4). 


81 Hen. III. 1 


6. (2) 










2 


6. (16) 










3 


6. (3) 










4 


5. (4) 










6 


— 




2. 


(7) 




(> 


1 




2. 


(8) 




7 


— 


— 


22. 


(6) 




8 


— 


— 


2. 


(9) 




9 


5. (6) 










10 


5. (7) 










11 


5. (8) 










12 


5. (9) 










13 


6. (1) 










14 


5. (10) 










16 


5. (11) 










16 


5. (12) 










17 


5. (18) 










18 


5. (14) 










19 




— 


8. 


(10) 





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Henry III. 


Inquisitions 

Ad Quod 

Damnum. 


Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 




81 Hen. III. 


20 
21 

22 
28 
24 


5. (15) 
5. (16) 
5. (17) 
5. (18) 
5. (19) 




1 

i 
i 




25 


— 


— 


2. (11) 




26 


— 


— 


2. (12) 




27 


6. (20) 










28 


6. (1) 










29 


6. (2) 










80 


6. (8) 










31 


6. (4) 




i 




82 


6. (5) 




! 




83 


6. (6) 










34 




— 


2. (18) 






35 


6. (7) 










36 


6. (8) 










37 


6. (9) 










88 


— 


— 


2. (14) 






89 


6. (10) 










40 





— 


2. (15) 






41 


6. (11) 










42 




— 


— 


Missing (1865). 




48 


6. (12) 










44 


— 


— 


2. (16) 






45 


6. (18) 










46 


6. (14) 










47 


— 


1. (9) 








48 


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Miscellanea (Chan- 
cery) 14, no. 1. 
(2.) 




49 


— 


— 


2. (17) 






60 


7. (5) 










51 









Miscellanea (Chan- 
cery) 22. 




52 





— 


2.. (18) 






58 


6. (15)' 










54 






— 


Warrants, file 1759. 




65 


6. (16) 










66 


5. (5) 










67 







2. (19) 






68 





— 


2. (20) 




82 Hen. in. 


1 
2 


7. (6) 
6. (17) 










8 






2. (21) 






4 


— 


— 


22. (7) 






6 


6. (18) 









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82 Hen. III. 



6 

7 
8 



6. (19) 



38 Hen. III. 


1 


— 




2 


— 




3 , 


— 




4 ; 


6. (17) 




5 : 


7. (4) 




6 







7 ; 







8 : 


7. (14) 




9 


7. (6) 




10 


— 




11 


7. (7) 




12 







18 







14 


7. (8) 




15 







16 


6. (18) 




17 


7. (9) 




18 


7. (10) 




19 


7. (11) 




20 


7. (12) 




21 







22 


7. (13) 




28 


7. (16) 




24 







25 







26 







27 







28 


6. m 




29 


7. (15) 




30 






31 







32 


7. (16) 




33 


7. (17) 




34 


7. (18) 




35 


7. (19) 




36 


7. (20) 




37 







38 


8. (1) 




89 


8. (2) 



1. (10) 



1. (11) 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 



2. (22) 



8. (4) 



3. (5) 

22. (11) 

3. (6) 



3. (9) 



22. (8) 

3. (1) 

22. (9) 



8. (2) 
8. (8) 



22. (10) 

2. (21) ; 

22. (7) ' 



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cery) 14, no. 1. 
(8.) 

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33 Hen. 111. 40 


8. (8) 










41 


8. (4) 










42 


8. (5) 










48 




— 


8. (10) 






44 


— 


— 


8. (11) 






45 


8. (6) 










46 


8. (7) 


, 








47 


8. (8) 










48 


8. (9) 










49 


8. (10) 










50 


8. (11) 










61 


— 


— 


8. (12) 






52 


8. (12) 










68 


7. (1) 










54 


8. (18) 










55 


8. (14) 










56 


8. (15) 






« 




57 


8. (16) 










58 


8. (17) 










59 


8. (18) 










60 


8. (19) 










61a 


8. (20) 










61b 


7. (2) 










62 




— 


8. (18) 






63 


7. (8) 










64 





— 


8. (14) 






66 





— 1 


8. (15) 






66 


9. (1) 










67 


9. (2) 










68 




— 


2. (22) 






70" 


9. (8) 










71 




— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 1(5). 




72 





— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 1(6). 




73 





— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 1(7). 




74 





! 


22. (12) 






.75 







' 22. (13) 






76 


9. (4) 










77 


9. (5) 


1 








78 







8. (16) 






79 




1 


8. (17) 






80 


9. (7) 










81 


9. (6) 


' 








82 








8. (18) 




1 


88 








8. (19) 






84 








8. (20) 






85 


— — 


— " 


22. (H) 





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Henry HI. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 


34 Hen. HI. 


1 
2 
8 


10. (20) 
9.(9) 
9.(8) 




1 




4 


— 


— 


22. (16) 




5 




— 


22. (15) 




6 


— 


— 


22. (17) 




7 


— 


% 


22. (18) 




8 


— 


— 


4. (1) 




9 


9. (10) 








10 


9. (11) 








11 


10. (19) 








12 


— 


— 


4.(2) 




18 


9. (12) 








14 


15. (5) 








15 


9. (13) 








16 


9. (14) 








17 


9. (15) 








18 


— 


— 


4. (3) ' 




19 


9. (16) 








20 


9. (17) 








21 


9. (18) 








22 


9. (19) 








28 


9. (20) 








24 


9. (11) 








25 


— 


— 


4. (4) 




26 


10. (1) 








27 


10. (2) 








28 


10. (3) 








29 


— 


— 


4.(5) 




80 


10. (4) 








81 


10. (5) 








82 


10. (6) 




1 




33 


10. (7) 








84 


— 


1. (12) 






85 


— 


— 


4. (6) 




•86 


— 


— 


4. (7) 




87 


— 


— 


4.(8) 




38 


10. (8) 








39 


10. (9) 




t 




40 


10. (10) 




1 




4lA 


— 





4.(9) 




4lB 


10. (11) 








42 


10. (12) 




1 




48 


10. (18) 








44 


10. (14) 








46 


1 


' 


4. (10) , 

1 



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Post Mortem. 
Henry III. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 




34 Hen. III. 


46 
47 


10. (15) 




4. (11) 






48 





— 





Miscellanea (Chan- 
cery) 15. 




49 





— 


4. (12) 






50 





— 


4. (13) 






51 





— 


4. (14) 






52 





— 


. 4. (15) 






68 





1. (18) 








54 


10. (16) 










55 


10. (17) 


* 








56 


10. (18) 








35 Hen. III. 


1 


— 


— 


22. (19) 






2 


— 





22. (20) 


V 




3 


— 


— 


22. (21) 






4 


— 


— 


6. (D 






5 


— 


— 


5. (2) 






6 


— 


— 


5. (3) 






7 


12. (3) 










8 







22. (22) 






9 


11. (1) 










10 


11. (2) 










11 




— 


5.(4) 






12 





1. (14) 








13 





— 


5. (5) 






14 





1. (15) 








15 







22. (23) 






16a 





• 


5. (6) 






16b 








5.(7) 






17 








5.(8) 






18 


11. (8) 










19 






5.(9) 






20 








5. (10) 






21 








5. (11) 






22 








5. (12) 






28 





1. (16) 








24 





1. (17) 








25 








22. (24) 






26 







22. (25) 






27 







— 


Criminallnq.l (8). 




28 


11. (4) 




4 






29 




1. (18) 








30 


11. (5) 










81 


11. (6) 










32 


11. (7) 










33 


11. (8) 










34 




— 


6. (13) 





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Ad Quod 


Miscellaneous 

T • "i." 






36 


Henry III. 


Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 




85 Hen. III. 


1. (19) 








36 


— 




22. (26) . 






87 


— 


— 


22. (27) 






38 


11. (9) 










39 


11. (10) 










40 


— 


— 


5. (14) 






41 


11. (11) 










42 


— 


— 


5. (15) 






48 


— 


— 


6. (16) 






44 


— 


— 


6. (17) 






45 


— 


— 


6. (18) 






46 


— 


— 


5. (19) 






47 


11. (12) 










48 


11. (18) 










49 


— 


— 


6. (20) 






50 


11. (14) 










51 


11. (15) 










52 


— 


— 


6. (21) 






68 


11. (16) 










64 


11. (17) 










66 


11. (18) 










66 




1. (20) 








57 






6. (22) 






58 








6. (28) 






69 


14. (13) 










60 


11. (19) 










61 


— 





6. (24) 






62 


11. (20) 










63 


3. (10) 










64 


12. (1) 










65 


— 





6. 26) 






66 


— 





5. (26) 






67 


— 





5. (27) 






68 


— 





5. (28) 






69 


12. (2) 








86 Hen. IH. 


1 


— 





28. (1) 






2 


— 


' 


6.(1) 






8 


— 




23. (2) 






4 


— 




28. (8) 






6 


— 





23. (4) 






6 


— 





6. (2) 






7 


— 







Missing (1806). 




8 


13. (11) 










9 


— 





6. (8) 






10 


12. (4) 










11 


12. (6) 









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Post Mortem. 
Henry HI. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 




86 Hen. HI. 


12 


_ 


1. (21) 








13 







6. (4) ! 




14 





— 


6. (5) 






15 





1. (22) 








16 







6. (6) 






17 







6. (7) 






18 








6. (8) 






19 








6. (9) 






20 


12. (6) 










21 




1. (23) 








22 


— 


— 


6. (10) 






28 


12. (7) 








24 


12. (8) 




1 




25 


12. (9) 




1 




26 




— 


6. (11) i 




27 


— 


— 


6. (12) i 




28 


— 


— 


6. (18) j 




29 


12. (10) 




1 




80 


12. (11) 




1 




81a 


12. (12) 








81b 


— 




28. (5) i 




82 


44. (14) 








88 


— 


""" 


6. (14) 




84 


12. (18) 










85 


12. (14) 










86 


12. (15) 










87 


12. (16) 


* 








88 


12. (17) 










89 


12. (18) 










40 


12. (19) 










41 


12. (20) 




1 




42a 


12. (5) 








42b 




— 


6. (15) 


* 




48 


18. (1) 










44 




1. (24) 








45 


18. (2) 










46 


— 


1. (25) 








47 


— 


1. (26) 








48 


18. (8) 










49 


18. (4) 








50 




— 


— iCo.PIacita,Kent,l. 




51 





— 


6. (16) '• 




52 


18. (5) 








68 




— 


6. (17) 






54 







6. (18) ; 




56 




— . 




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Henry III. 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



36 Hen. III. 56 




57 





58 


18. (6) 


59 


13. (7) 


60 




61 


18. (9) 


62 


18. (10) 


68 


13. (8) 


64 


— 


65 


— 


66 


— 


67 


— 


68 




69 


— 


70 


— 


71 


— 


72 


— 


73 


— 


74 


— 


75 


— 


76 


— 


77 


18. (12) 


78 


— 


79 


— 


80 


— 


81 


— 


82 


— 


83 


— 


84 


— 


87 Hen. III. 1 


— 


2 


13. (14) 


8 




4 


, 


6 


13. (15) 


6 


— 


7 


18. (16) 


8 


18. (17) 


9 





10 





11 





12 





13 





14 





15 


18. (18) 


16 


18. (19) 


17 


13. (20) 



I 



1. (27) 






Miscellaneous! 
Inquisitions, i 

6. (19) 
7.(1) 

7. (2) 






7. (8) 
7. (4) 
7.(5) 
7.(6) 
7.(7) 



7. 

7. 
7. 
7. 
7. 
7. 

7. 

7. 
7. 

7. 
7. 
7. 



(8) 

(9) 

(10) 

(11) 

(12) 

(18) 

(14) 
(15) 
(16) 

(17) 
(18) 
(19) 



8.(1) 

8.(2) 
23. (6) 

8.(3) 



8. (4) 
8.(5) 
8.(6) 
8.(7) 
8.(8) 
8. (9) 



1 Criminal Inq. 1 (9). 
Criminal Inq. 1 (10) . 



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Post Mortem. 

Henry III. 


Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 

Damnum. 

1 


' MiscellaneouE 
1 Inquisitions. 

1 


> 


37 Hen. III. 18 


14. (1) 






li) 


14. (2) 






•20 




— 


8. (10) , 


21 


14. (8) 






22 


14. (4) 






23 


14. (5) 






24 




— 


28. (7) i 


25 


14. (6) 






26 


14. (7) 






27 


14. (8) 






28 




— 


8. (11) ! 


29 


— 


— 


8. (12) ; 


30 


14. (9) 






81 


18. (17) 






32 


— 


— 


8. (18) 1 


88 • 


— 


— 


8. (14) : 


34 


— 


— 


8. (15) 1 


35 


— 


— 


8. (16) 


86 


— 


— 


8. (17) 


87 


— 


— 


8. (18) 


38 


— 


— 


8. (19) 


39 


14. (10) 






40 


— 


— 


— 1 Co. Placita.Linc. 1. 


41 


14. (11) 




, . 


42 


14, (12) 






48 


14. (18) 




1 


44 


14. (14) 




1 


45 


14. (15) 






46 




— 


7. (17) 1 


47 







2. (80) 1 


48 


14. (16) ] 




1 


49 


14. (17) i 




1 


50 


— 


— ! 


8. (21) 1 


51 


14. (18) 




1 


52 


14. (19) 








58 


— 


— ! 


— 


Missing (1866). 


(m. 1 & 2) 54 


— 


— 


8. (22) 




(m. 3) 54 


— 


— 


8. (23) j 


55 


14. (20) 






56 


15. (1) 






57 


15. (2) 






58 , 


15. (3) 






(m. 1 & 2) 59 


— 


1. (28) 




(m. 8 & 4) 69 


— 




8, (24) 


60 


— 





8. (25) , 


61 

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*""■ 


23. (8) 





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Post Mortem. 
Henry III. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 

1 




87Hen. TTT. 62 






8. (26) 




68 


15. (4) 








64 




1 


• 8. (27) 




65 


16. (5) 








66 


18. (18) 








67 


— 


— 


8. (28) 


* 


68 


— 


1. (29) 






69 


— 


— 


8. (29) 




70 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 1(11). 


71 


— 




— 


Criminal Inq. 1(12). 


72 


■ — 


— 


— 


Eccl. Pet. 1, no. 
84a. 


78 


— 


— 


28. (9) 




88 Heu. III. 1 


— 


— 


23. (8) 




2 


15. (7) 








8 


. 47.(26) 








4 


16. (8) 








6 


— 


-- 


28. (10) 




6 


— 


— 


28. (11) 




7 


16. (9) 








8 




— 


9»(1) 




9 


15. (10) 








10 


— 


— - 


9.(2) 




11 


15. (11) 








12 


16. (12) 








18 


15. (18) 








14 


— 


— 


28. (9) 




15 


18. (12) 








16 


8. (11) 








17 




— 


28. (18) 




18 





1. (30) 






19 


15. (14) 








20 




— 


9. (8) 




21 


15. (15) 








22 


15. (16) 








28 


15. (17) 








24 


15. (18) 








25 


— 


^ — 


9. (4) 




26 


— 


— 


9. (5) 




27 


15. (19) 








28 


15. (20) 








29 


18. (18) 








80 


— 


— 


9. (6) 




81 


— 


— 


9. (7) 




82 


— 


— - 


9. (8) 





16. (1) 



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Post Mortem. 
Henry III. 


Ad Quod 
Danmom. 


Inquisitions. 




88 Hen. IH. 


84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
40 
41 
42 
48 
44 
45 
46 


16. (2) 
16. (8) 
16. (4) 
16. (5) 
16. (6) 
16. (7) 
16. (8) 
16. (9) 
16. (10) 
16. (11) 
16. (12) 
16. (18) 


1 

i 


9. (9) 




47 


— 


— 


9. (10) 




48 


— 


— 


9. (11) , 




49 


14. (13) 








50 




— 


28. (12) 




51 


— 


— 


9. (12) : 




62 


— 




28. (14) j 




58 


16. (14) 


' 


, 




54 


16. (15) 








56 


— 




9. (18) ' 




66 


— 


— 


— 1 Criminal Inq. 1(13) 




57 


15. (6) 






39 ^en. III. 


1 
2 
8 


16. (17) 
44. (4) 


1 


28. (15) 




4 





— 


23. (16) 




5 


— 


1. (31) 


, 




6 





— 


9. (14) 1 




7 





1. (32) 






8 





— 


1. (29) 




9 


-. 


— 


7. (14) 




10 


16. (18) 




1 




11 


16. (19) 




' 




12 


! 16. (20) 




1 




18 


1 17. (1) 




1 

1 




14 


1 "~* 


— 


23. (17) , 




15 


1 16. (16) 










16 


— 


— 


7. (15) 






17 


I 


— 


7. (16) 






18 


: 


1. (33) 








19 







28. (18) 






20 








9. (16) 






21 


' 17. (2) 










22 


1 17. (8) 


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-_, 


Henry III. 


89Heu. III. 28a 


ir. (4) 


23b 


1 "^ 


24 


' 17. (5) 


25 


17. (6) 


26 


1 17. (7) 


27 


1 


28 


1 17. (9) 


29 




30 





81 


17. (8) 


82 


17. (9) 


38 


17. (10) 


84 


17. (11) 


85 


17. (12) 


8(5 


17. (13) 


87 


17. (14) 


88 


17. (15) 


89 


15. (11) 


40 


17. (16) & 




10. (18) 


41 


17. (17) 


42 





43 





44 





45 


17. (18) 


46 


17. (19) 


47 


1 


10 Hen, III. 1 




2 


1 


8 


17. (-20) : 


4 


— ■' 


5 


18. (1) ; 


6 


18. (2) 


7 


18. (8) 1 


8 


— 1 


9 





10 


18. (4) ' 


11 


1 


12 


1 
1 


18 


1 


14 


18. (5) ; 


15 


18. (6) , 


16 


18. (7) 


17 


18. (8) 


18 


18. (9) 


19 





Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions 



1. (27) 






y. (16) 



I Missing. 

I Criminal Inq.l (14). 



1. (34) 



I 



— I 28. (19) 



23. (20) 
23. (21) 

9. (17) 
9: (18) 



Criminal Inq.l (15). 
Criminal Inq.l (16). 



Criminal Inq.l(17). 
Missing (1806). 
Missing (1806). 



Criminallnq.2(14). 



9, (19) 



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Inquisitions 
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Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 


Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 






Henry III. 


Damnum. 




40Hen. TTT. 20 


21. (14) 








21 


18. (10) 






• 


22 


— 


— 


28. (22) 




28 


— 


1. (85) 






24 


18. (11) 




, 




26 


18. (12) 








26 


— 


— 


9. (20) 




27 


— 


1. (86) 






28 


18. (18) 








29 


18. (14) 








80 


— 


1. (37) 






81 


18. (16) 








82 


18. (16) 








88 


— 


1. (88) 






Si 


18. (17) 








85 


18. (18) 








86 


18. (19) 








87 


— 





9. (21) 




88 


— 





9. (22) 




89 


— 





9. (28) 




40 


18. (20) 








41 


19. (1) 


• 






42 


— 





9. (24) 




43 


— 





9. (25) 




44 


18. (17) 








46a 


— 





9. (26) 




46b 


— 


• 


9. (27) 




46 


— 





18. (25) 




47 


— 





9. (28) 




48 


19. (2) 








49 


19. (8) 








50 







— 


Criminal InqJ (18). 


61 


19. (4) 








52 


18. (7) 








58 




1. (39) 






54 


19. (5) 








65 


— 




— 


Criminal Inq. 1(19). 


11 Hen. III. 1 


— 


— 


— 


Missing (1806). 


2 


— 


— 


10. (1) 




8 


19. (6) 








4 


19. (7) 








6 





— 


10. (2) 




6 


19. (8) 








7 


19. (9) 


i 






8 


19. (10) 








9 


19. (11) 









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\Tl RPaI 1 ATI POIIR 






Post Mortem. 
Henry III. 




Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 




41 Hen. III. 10 


. 


_ 




— — 


28. 


(28) 


11 


19. 


(12) 










12 


19. 


(18) 










13 


19. 


(14)- 










14 


19. 


(15) 










15 


19. 


(16) 










16 


19. 


(17) 










17 


19. 


(18) 










18 


19. 


(19) 










19 


19. 


(20) 










20 


20. 


(1) 










21 


20. 


(2) 










22 


20. 


(8) 










23 


20. 


(4) 










24 


20. 


(5) 










25 


20. 


(6) 










26 


- 




2. 


(1) 






27 


20. 


(7) 










28 


20. 


(8) 










29 


20. 


(9) 










80 


20. 


(10) 










31 


- 




2. 


(2) 






82 


- 









10. 


(8) 


33 


- 


— 


2. 


(3) 






84 


- 


-_ 


2. 


(4) 






85 


- 


— 


2. 


(5) 






36 


- 


— 


2. 


(6) 






37 


- 


— 




— 


10. 


(4) , 


88 


. 










10. 


(5) i 


89 


- 


— 




— 


— 


, Criminal Inq. 2(1). 


40 


- 







— 




iCriminalInq.2(2). 


41 


- 







— 


10. 


(6) 1 


42 


- 







— 




- Miscellanea Chan- 
cery) 14, no. 1 (5.) 


43 


20. 


(11) 








1 


42 Hen. IH. 1 


20. 


(18) 










2 


20. 


(14) 












8 


20. 


(15) 












4 


- 


— 


2. 


(7) 






6 


- 


— 






10. 


(8) 


6 


20. 


(16) 








1 


7 


20. 


(17) 








1 


8 


20. 


(18) 








1 


9 


20. 


(19) 








1 


10 


20. 


(20) 








' 


11 


21. 


(1) 








1 


12 


21. 


(2) 













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42 Hen. III. 



43 Hen. IH. 



13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
28 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 

1 

1« 

2 

8 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12a 
12b 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 



Inquisitione 

Post Mortem. 

Henry III. 



InquieitionB 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



19. (11) 
21. (8) 
21. (4) 
21. (5) 
21. (6) 

20. (12) 

21. (7) 
21. (8) 
21. (9) 

21. (10) 
21. (11) 

21. (12) 

21. (13) 

21. (14) 

21. (16) 

21. (15) 

21. (17) 

21. (18) 

21. (19) 

21. (20) 

22. (1) 
22. (2) 

22. (8) 
24. (11) 
22. (4) 
22. (6) 
22. (6) 
22. (7) 

81. (5) 
22. (8) 
22. (9) 
22. ilO) I 
22. (11) 
22. (12) i 
24. (9) I 
22. (18) I 
22. (14) I 
22. (15) 
22. (16) j 

22. (17) ; 

22. (18) i 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions, 



10. (9) 



10. (10) 



28. (24) 



11. (18) 



28. (26) 



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43 Hen. III. 



41 Hen. III. 



29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

3.5 

3fi 

37 

38 

89 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47a 

47b 

48 

49 

50 

51 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 ) 
16«| 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 



luquiBitions 

Post Mortem. 

Henry III. 



23. (8) 
22. (19) 

22. (20) 

23. (1) 
23. (2) 
28. (3) 
23. (4) 
23. (5) 
23. (6) 
28. (7) 
23. (8) 
23. (9) 



23. (10) 

23. (11) 
23. (12) 



28. (13) 
23. (14) 



31. (6) 
28. (15) 
23. (16) 
28. (17) 

28. (18) 

28. (19) 

23. (20) 

24. (1) 
24. (2) 



Inqtiisitious 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



2. (8) 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions 



10. (11) 
10. (12) 
28. (26) 
10. (18) 
10. (14) 
10. (15) 
10. (16) 



10. (17) 



Co.Placita.Kent.l- 



28. (27) 
10. (18) 



Missing (1806). 
Missing (1806). 
Missing (1806). 



Missing (1806). 

Missing (1865). 
Missing (1865). 



Missing (1806). 



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Inquisitions 

Post Mortem. 

Henry III. 


Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


1 Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 




44 Hen. III. 22 


24. (3) 
24. (i) 




1 






23 




! 






24 




— 




— 


Missing (1806). 


25 


24. (5) 










26 


24. (6) & 45. (5) 










27a 


23. (10) 










27b 


— 


— 


10. 


(19) 




28 


— 


— 


10. 


(20) 




29 


— 


2. (9) 








30 


— 


2. (10) 








81 


24. (7) 










82 







16 


.(8) 




38 












Criminal Inq. 2 (8). 


34 


24. (8) 




1 






35 


24. (9) 










36 


, 24. (10) 










87 


! - 





1 


— 


Criminal Inq. 2 (4). 


88 







' 10. 


(21) 




45 Hen. III. 1 


24. (18) 










2 


24. (14) 










3 


— 







— 


Missing (1806). 


4 


24. (15) 










5 


' 24. (16) 










6 


: 24. (17) 










7 


j 24. (18) 




1 






8 


24. (19) 




1 






9 


1 24. (20) 




, 






10 


; 45. (19) 










11 


; 25. (1) 










12 


46. (1) 










18 


— 





23. 


(28) 




14 


25. (2) 










16 


25. (3) 










16 


25. (4) 










17' 


25. (5) 










18 


25. (6) 










19 


25. (7) 










20 


25. (8) 










21 


25. (9) 










22 


1 25. (10) 










23 


25. (11) . 










24 


25. (12) 










25 


25. (13) 










26 


25. (14) 










27 


26. (15) 










28 


25. (16) 






i 





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Post Mortem. 


Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 


Miscellaneous 

T ' 'A.' 








Henry III. 


Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 




45 Hen. III. 


29 






U. (1) 






SO 


— 


— 




Co.Placita,Es8ex,l. 




31 


— 


2. (11) 








82 


— 




11. (2) 






33 


— 


2. (12) 




1 




34 


— 


— 


28. (29) 






35 




— 


28. (80) 


1 




3(5 


— 


— 


— 


• Missing (1806). 




37 


— 


— 


11. (3) 






38 


— 


— > 


11. (4) 






39 


— 


— 




Missing (1806). 




40 


— 


2. (13) 








41 


— 





11. (6) 






42 


— 





28. (81) 






43 


26. (17) 










44 


— 





11. (6) 






45 


— 


. 


11. (7) 






4(5 


— 







Missing (1806). 




47 


25. (18) 










48 


24. (12) 










49 


25. (19) 










50 


— 





11. (8) 






51 


— 





11. (9) 






52 


— 







Criminal Inq. 2(5). 




53 


— 





— 


Criminal Inq. 2 (6). 




54 




, 


— 


Criminal Inq. 2 (7). 




55 


— 





11. (10) 






56 


— 





11. (11) 






57 


— 





11. (12) 






58 


— 


2. (14) 








59 


— 


— 





Criminal Inq. 2 (8). 


46 Hen. III. 


1 
2 


26. (20) 
26. (1) 










S 


— 


— 


11. (13) 






4 


26. (2) 




i 






5 


26. (3) 




1 






6 


26. (4) 










7 


26. (5) 










8 


26. (6) 










9 


26. (7) i 










10 


26. (8) 




1 
1 






11 


26. (9) 










12 


26. (10) 










18 


26. (11) 










14 


26. (12) 










16 


26. (13) 









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Post Mortem. 
Henry HI. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 




46 Hen. III. 


16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
28 
24 
25 
26 


26. (14) 
26. (15) 
26. (16) 
26. (17) 
26. (18) 
26. (19) 

26. (20) 

27. (1) 
27. (2) 
27. (8) 
27. (4) 










27 




— 


11. (14) 






28 


— 


2. (15) 








29 


— 




24. (1) 






80 








24. (2) 






81 




2. (16) 








82 




— 


24. (8) 






83 





— 


24. (4) 






84 


27. (5) 










85 


— 


— 


17. (12) 






36 


— 


— 


11. (15) 






87 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 2 (9) 




88 


— 


— 


11. (16) 






89 


— 


— 


11. (17) 






40 


— 


— 




Criminal Inq. 2 (10) 




41 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 2 (11) 




42 


-— - 


2. (17) 








48 


27. (7) 










44 


— 


— 


11. (18) 






45 


27. (5) 










46 


27. (8) 








47 Hen. III. 


1 
2 
8 
4 


27. (9) 
27. (10) 
27. (11) 
27. (12) 










5 


— 


— 


11. (20) 






6 


27. (13) 










7 


27. (14) 










8 


27. (15) 










9 


— 




11. (21) 






10 


27. (16) 










11 


27. (17) 










12 


27. (18) & 
32. (8) 










18 


27. (19) 










14 


27. (20) 









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Inquisitions 
Post Mortem. 


Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 


Miscellaneous] 
Inquisitions. 

~ 1 






Henry III. 


Damnum. 




47 Hen. III. 15 


28. (1) 




16 


28. (2) 










17 


28. (3) 










18 


28. (4) 










19 


28. (5) 










20 


28. (6) 










21 


28. (7) 




. 






22 


28. (8) 










28 


28. (9) 










24 


28. (10) 






1 




25 


28. (11) 






' 




26 


28. (12) 










27 


28. (13) 










28 


28. (14) 










29 


28. (15) 










30 


28. (16) 






1 




81 


28. (17) 










82 


29. (2) 






1 




33 


29. (1) 










34 


27. (5) 










85 


— 







11. (10) 




36 


— 


2. 


(18) 






37 


— 




— 


— 


Co. Placita, Herts, 1. 


38 


— 




— 


11. (22) 




89 


28. (6) 










40 


— 




— 





Criminal Inq. 2 (12). 


41 


, 47. (24) 










42 


29. (2) 










43 


29. (8) 


i 








44 


— 




- - 


11. (28) 




45 


80. (1) 










46 







— 





Miscellanea (Chan- 
cery) 14, no. 1.(6.) 


47 


^~" 




— 





Miscellanea (Chan- 
cery) 14, no. 1.(7.) 


48 







— 


11. (24) 




48 Hen. IH. 1 


80. (2) 


' 








2 


30. (8) 


1 
1 








3 


30. (4) 










4 


80. (5) 










5 


30. (6) 










6 


— 




— ■ 


— 


Missing (1806). 


7 


— 




— 


11. (25) 




8 


— 






11. (26) 




9 


30. (7) 










10 


30. (8) 











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Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


IVTi sppl 1 ft.n Anil R 






Post Mortem. 


Ad Quod 


Inquisitions. 






Henry III. 


Damnum. 




48 Hen. III. 11 


80. (9) 








12 


80. (10) 








18 


85. (19) 








14 


80. (11) 








15 


80. (12) 








16 


— 


— 


— 


Missing (1806). 


17 


30. (18) 








18 


30. (14) 


1 






19 


30. (15) 


i 






20 


80. (16) 


1 






21 


30. (17) 








22 


— 


— 


— 


Missing (1806). 


23 


80. (18) 








24 


80. (19) 








25 


80. (20) 








26 


81. (1) 








27 


31. (2) 








28 


31. (8) 








29 


— 


2. (19) 






30 


— 


2. (20) 






81 


31. (4) 








82 


— 


2. (21) 






38 


81. (2) 




1 
1 


* 


84 




2. (22) 


1 




85 


81. (5) 








86 


31. (6) 


. 






87 


81. (7) 








88 








11. (27) 




89 


81. (8) 








49 Hen. IH. 1 


81. (9) 








2 








1 


Missing (1806). 


3 


31. (10) 








4 


31. (11) 








5 


81. (12) 




1 




6 


81. (18) 




1 




7 


81. (14) ; 








8 


31. (16) 




1 




9 


— 





24. (5) 




10 


31. (16) ' 








11 


31. (17) 1 








12 


81. (18) 








18 


81. (19) 


1 






14 


31. (20) 








15 


82. (1) 




i 




16 


82. (2) 




1 




17 


82. (8) 


1 


1 




18 


82. (4) 


, 


1 





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Post Mortem. 




Henry III. 


49 Hen. m. 19 




20 


— 


21 


— 


22 


— 


28 


— 


24 


— 


25 


— 


26 


— 


27 


— 


28 


82. (5) 


29 


82. (6) 


80 


— 


81 


82. (7) 


82 


— 


88 


— 


84 


82. (8) 


35 


82. (9) 


86 


— 


37 


— 


60 Hen. III. 1 


82. (10) 


2 


82. (11) 


8 


82. (12) 


4 


— 


5 


82. (13) 


6 


81. (7) 


7 


82. (9) 


8 


32. (14) 


9 


82. (16) 


10 


— 


11 


— 


12 


19. (8) 


18 




14 


82. (16) 


15 


82. (17) 


16 





17 





18 


82. (18) 


19 


— 


20 


— 


21 


— 


22 


— 


28 


— 


24 


— 


25 , 


— 


26 


32. (19) 


27 


82. (20) 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



2. (28) 



Miscellaneousi 
Inquisitions. ' 



12. (1) 

12. (2) 

12. (3) 

12. (4) 

12. (5) 

12. (6) 
12. (7) 
12. (8) 



12. (9) 

12. (10) 
12. (11) 



12. (12) 
12. (13) 



24. (6) 



18. (1) 
18. (2) 

18. (8) 



18. (4) 
16. (5) 

11. (27) 
18. (6) 
18. (7) 
18. (8) 
18. (9) 
18. (10) 
13. (11) 



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Post Mortem. 

Henry III. 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnuna. 



50 Hen. III. 28 


— 


29 


88. (1) 


SO 


38. (2) 


81 


33. (8) 


32 


88. (4) 


88 


83. (5) 


84 


88. (6) 


85 


— 


86 


88. (7) 


87 


83. (8) 


88 


83. (9) 


89 


83. (10) 


40 


87. (11) 


41 


— 


42 


— 


43 


33. (11) 


44 


83. (12) 


• 45 


— 


46 


— 


47 


— 


48 





49 


— 


50 


— 


51 


— 


52 


— 


58 


88. (18) 


64 


88. (14) 


55 


— 


56 


— 


57 


— 


58 


— 


59 


— 


60 


— 


61 


88. (15) 


62 


— 


63 


— 


64 


— 


65 


83. (16) 


51 Hen. III. 1 


88. (17) 


2 


— 


8 


— 


4 





5 


— 


6 


— 


7 


88. (18) 


8 


— 



2. (24) 



■2. (25) 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions 



8. (16) 



Miscellanea (Chan- 
cery) 3. 



18. (12) 
13. (18) 



18. (14) 



. 18. (15) 

i 13. (16) 

I 13. (17) 

18. (18) 

13. (19) 



— Criminallnq.2(18). 
13. (20) ' 

13. (21) ' 

18. (22) : 

13. (23) 

— I Criminal luq. 1 (18). 



13. (24) 
13. (25) 



14. (1) 
24.(7) 
14. (2) 
14. (8) 
14. (4) 



Criminal Inq. 2 (14). 



2. (27) 



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Inquisitions 


1^1 qpaI Inn pnii s 








Post Mortem. 


Ad Quod 


Inquisitions. 








Henry III. 


Damnum. 




51 Hen. III. 


9 


33. (19) 










10 


— 


— 


14. (5) 






11 


88. (20) 










12 


34. (1) 










13 


34. (2) 










14 


— 


— 


14. (6) 






15 


84. (3) 










16 







14. (7) 






17 





2. (28) 








18 


84. (4) 










19 




2. (29) 








20 





— 


1. (16) 






21 





— 


14. (8) 






22 





— 


14. (9) 






28 





— 


14. (10) 






24 


84. (5) 










25 




— 


24, (8) 






26 


34. (6) 










27 


84. (7) 










28 




— 


14. (11) 






29 


— 


— 


14. (12) 






80 


84. (8) 










81 


20. (11) 










82 


84. (9) 










88 




— 


14. (13) 






84a 


34. (10) 










34b 


34. (11) 










85 




— 





€o.Placita,Worc.l 




86 


— 


— 


14. (14) 






37 


84. (12) 










88 


84. (18) 










89 


84. (14) 










40 


85. (15) 










41 


84. (16) 










42 


— 


— 


24. (9) 






43 


84. (17) 










44 


• 


— 


14. (15) 






45 





— 


14. (16) 






46 


86. (3) 










47 


84. (18) 










48 


— 


2. (80) 








49 


— 


2. (31) 








60 


— 




— 


Griminsllnq.2(15). 




51 


— 


— 


15. (11) 






52 


— 


— 


14. (17) 






58 


— 


— 


14. (18) 





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Inquieitious 


Inquisitions 


Miftftfillaneous 








Post Mortem. 
Henry HI. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 




51 Hen. III. 


54 




2. (32) 








55 





— 


14. (19) 






56 


34. (IG) 










57 


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14. (20) 






58 


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59 


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60 


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5 
6 
7 
8 
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10 
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35. (6) 
35. (7) 
35. (8) 
35. (9) 




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14 


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17 


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18 





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19 





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20 





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23 





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29 





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30 




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31 





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38 


85. (16) 










84 


85. (14) 










35 


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— 


15. (9) 






36 


35. (17) 










87 


86. (18) 










88 






15. (10) 






89 


35. (19) 










40 


— 


— 


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62 Hen. III. 41 




42 


— 


— 


15. (12) 




48 


87. (12) 








44 


86. (1) 








45 





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MiBcellauea (Chan- 
cery) 14, no. 1.(8.) 


46 


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53 Hen. III. 1 





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2 


8. (2) 








3 


36. (6) 








4 


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— 


16. (13) 




5 


86. (7) 








6 


86. (8) 








7 


36. (9) 








8 


86. (10) 








9 


86. (11) 








10 


86. (12) 








11 


86. (18) 








12 


— 


— 


15. (14) 




13 


86. (14) 








14 


86. (15) 








15 


36. (16) 








16 


86. (17) 


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17 


86. (18) 








18 


87. (13) 








19 


86. (19) 








20 


86. (20) 








21 


37. (1) 








22 


87. (2) 








23 


87. (8) 








24 


37. (4) 








25 




2. (39) 






26 







24. (14) 




27 


37. (5) 








28 


36. (4) 








29 


— 





24. (15) 




80 


37. (6) ■ 








31 


— 





15. (15) 




82 


87. (7) 








38 


— 





16. (25) 




84 


87. (8) 








85 


— 


2. (40) 






86 








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58 Hen. III. 37 




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15 


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38. (11) 






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20 


88. (12) 






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29 


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81 


24. (10) 








82 


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88 


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16 


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86 








16 


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Inquisitions. 




54 Hen. III. 38 




16. (7) 


. 


39 




— 


16. (8) 




40 


38. (20) 








41 


— 


8. (5) 






42 





8. (6) 






48 


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8. (7) 






44 


— 




16. (9) 




45 


— 


8. (8) 






46 


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47 


39. (1) 








48 


— 


— 


16. (10) 




49 


— 


3. (10) 






50 


— 


3. (11) ' 






51 


— 


3. (12) ' 






52 


— 


3. (13) 






53 


39. (2) 








54 


— 


3. (14) 






55 


— 


3. (15) 






56 


— 1 


3. (16) 






57 


— 


3. (17) 






58 


— 


— 1 


16. (11) 




59 


— 


3. (18) 






60 


— 


8. (19) 1 






61 


— 


! 


16. (12) 




62 


— 





— 


Criminal luq. 2 (16) 


63 


— 





16. (18) 




64 


— 


i 


16. (14) 




65 


— 





16. (15) 




66 


— 


3. (20) 






67 


— 


3. (21) 






68 


— 




16. (16) 




69 


— 


— 


16. (17) 




70 


— 





16. (18) 




71 


— 


— 





Miscellanea (Chan 
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55 Hen. III. 1 


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2 


— 


3. (22) 






3 


40.(2) 








4 


40. (2) 








5 


— 


— 


16. (20) 




6 


40. (6) 








7 


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— 


16. (21) 




8 


39. (4) 








9 


89. (5) 


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10 


40. (19) 








11 


89. (6) 








12 


89. (7) 









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Henry III. 

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Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 




55 Hen. m. 18 








14 


89. (9) 








15 






24. (16) 




16 


89. (10) 








17 


89. (11) 








18 


89. (12) 








19 


89. (18) 








20 


— 





24. (17) 




21 


89. (14) 


# 






22 


89. (15) 








28 


39. (16) 








24 


89. (17) 








25 


89. (18) 








26 


89. (19) 








27 


89. (20) 








28 


40. (1) 








29 


40. (2) 








80 


40. (3) 








81 


40. (4) 








82 


40. (5) 








88 


40. (6) 








84 


40. (7) & 29.(1) 
& 81. (8) 








85 


40. (8) 








86 


40. (9) 








87 


— 


3. (23) 






88 


— 


8. (24) 




t 


89 


40. (10) 








40 


— 


3. (26) 






41 


— 


3. (26) 






42 


— 


3. (27) 






48 


— 


8 (28) 






44 




— 


— 


Miscellanea (Chan 
eery) 8. 


45 




— 


11. (11) 




46 





— 


16. (22) 




47 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 2 (17) 


48 


— 


— 


16. (28) 




49 


; 


— 


16. (19) 




50 


1 — 







Miscellanea (Chan 
eery) 15. 


51 


40. (11) 








52 


40. (14) 








58 


— 





16. (24) 




54 


40. (12) 








55 


— 


— 


16. (25) 




56 


— 


— 


24. (18) 




57 


1 — 


— 


16. (26) 





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56 Hen. III. 


1 


40. (16) 






2 


42. (19) 






8 


40. (17) 






4 


40. (18) 






6 


40. (18) 






G 


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7 


40. (20) 






8 


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9 


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12 


41. (4) 


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13 


41. (5) 






14 










15 


41. (6) 






16 


41. (7) 






17 


41. (8) 






18 


41. (9) 






19 


41. (10) 






20 


41. (11) 






21 


41. (12) 






22 


41. (13) 






28 


41. (14) 






24 


41. (15) 






25 


41. (16) 






26 


41. (17) 






27 


40. (14) 






28 


41. (18) 






29 


41. (19) 






30 


27. (5) 


1 




81 


41. (20) 


! 




82 


42. (1) 






88 


42. (2) 


i 




84 


42. (3) 






85 


42. (4) 






36 


42. (5) 


— 




37 


42. (6) 






38 


42. (7) 






89 


42. (8) 






40 


42. (9) 






41 


42. (10) 


1 




42 


— 


3. (29) 




48 


— 






44 


— 







45 


— 







46 


— 







47 1 


— 


3. (30) 



24. (18) 



17. (1) 



20. (18) 



17. (2) 

17. (8) 

17. (4) 

17. (5) 



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Miscellaneous 

T • 'l.' _^ — 






Henry III. 


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Inquisitions. 




56 Hen. m. 48 


42. (11) 








49 




— 


17. (6) 




50 


42. (12) 








51 


— 


— 


17. (7) 




62 


— 


— 


24. (19) 




58 


— 


— 


17. (8) 




64 


— 


8. (31) 






55 


— 


— 


17. (9) 




66 


— 


— 


17. (10) 




57 


"~~" 


— 




Miscellanea (Chan- 
cery) 14, no. 1.(11.) 


68 


— . 


— 


17. (11) 




59 





— 


17. (12) 




60 


40. (19) 








61 


42. (13) 








62 


— 


— 


i 


Criminal Inq. 2 (18). 


68 


— 


— 


17. (18) 1 




64 


42. (14) 








65 




— 





Miscellanea (Chan- 
cery) 14,no. 1.(12.) 


66 


— 


- 


17. (14) 


. 


67 


— 


- 


,17. (15) 




57 Hen. III. 1 


80. (1) 








2 


42. (16) 








8 


42. (17) 








4 


42. (15) 








6 


42. (18) 








6 


— 


— 


17. (16) 




7 


— 


— 


17. (17) 




Hen. III. Un- 






• 




certain dateB. 1 


— 


— 




Missing (1806). 


2 


— 


— 





Missing (1806). 


8 




— 





Missing (1806). 


4 




— 




Missing (1806). 


5 





— 


____ 


Missing (1806). 


6 


— 


— 


24. (20) 




7 


— _ 


~— 




I.P.M. Edw. I. 
Appx. 1. 61. 


8 


43. (4) 








9 


43. (5) 








10 


— 


— 





Missing (1806). 


11 


46. (20) 








12 


48. (18) 








18 


— 


— 


18. (1) 




14 


— 


— 




Missing (1806). 


15 


— 


— 


21. (22) 




16 


48. (7) 









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Ad Quod 




Henry III. 


Damnum. 


Hen. III. Un- 






certain dates. 17 


43. (6) 




18 


46. (2) 




19 





— 


20 






21 


46. (3) 




22 


9.(5) 




23 


46. (4) 




24 


46. (5) 




25a 


— 




25b 


_ 


_ 


26a 


48. (20) 




26b 


46. (6) 




27 




— 


28 


45. (9) 




29 


46. (7) 




80 


46. (8) 




31 




^ • 


32 


48. (18) 




83 


— 




84 


— 




35 


45. (2) 




36 


46. (9) 




37 




— 


88 


43. (8) 




39 


46. (10) 




40 


— 


-- . 


41 


10. (17) 




42 





— 


48 





— 


44a 


19. (4) 




44b 


84. (1) 




46 




— 


46 


12.~(2) 




47 


27. (1) 




48 


46. (11) 




49 


18. (7) 




50 


19. (9) 




51 


48. (2) 




52 


46. (12) 




58 


46. (18) 




54 


81. (11) 




55 





— 


56 


45. (6) 





Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions 



18. (2) 



Miscellanea (Chan- 
cery) 14, no. 1 
(18.) 



18. (8) 



9. (29) 
18. (4)- 



18. (5) 

18. (6) 
18. (7) 

24. (21) 



I. P.M. Edw. I 
Appx. 1. 62. 



Missing (1806). 



Missing (1806). 



Missing (1806). 



18. (8) 



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certain dates. 57 
58 
59 



60 



61 
62 
68 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
78 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
88 



84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
96 
96 



Inquisitions 

Post Mortem. 

Henry HI. 



44. (11) 



InquisitionB 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



48. (10) 
48. (19) 
18. (14) 



44. (18) 
44. (14) 

44. (10) 

45. (8) I 

46. (14) ' 

44. (5) i 

86. (2) ' 

46. (15) I 

45. (15) I 



45. (14) 

46. (16) 

45. (12) 

46. (17) 



44. (15) 

44. (6) 
17. (19) 
88. (6) 
44. (12) 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 



1.(8) 



18. (9) 



18. (17) 
18. (18) 

18. (18) 



24. (28) 



Miscellanea (Chan- 
cery) 14, no. 1. 
(14.) 

Miscellanea (Chan- 
cery) 14, no. 1. 
(15.) 



18. (10) i 
5. (29) 1 
18. (11) 



18. (12) 
18. (18) 

18. (14) 



18. (15) 
18. (16) 
24. (22) 



Miscellanea (Chan- 
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(16.) 



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Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 




Henry HI. 


Damnum. 


Hen. III. Up- 




1 




certain dates 97 


46. (18; 






98 


— 


— 


18. (20) 


99 


— 


— 


24. (24) 


100 


46. (19; 




1 


101 


— 


— 


22. (2) 


102 


— 


— 


24. (25 


108 


5. (5) 






104 




— 


18. (21) ; 


105 





— 


18. (22) , 


106 





— 


18. (28) 


107 


47. (2) 






108 




— 


— 


109a 





— 


18. (24) 


109b 


17. (9) 






110 


46. (20) 






111 


9., (7) 






112 


88. (8) 




1 


113 


— 


— 


18. (25) 


114 


48. (8) 






115 


— 


— 


18. (26) 


116 


— 


— 


18. (27) 


117 


47. (8) 






118 




— 


18. (28) 


119 


45. (1) 






120 


27. (18) 




1 
1 


121 


— 


— 


18. (29) 


122 


47. (21) 






123 


45. (18) 






124 


26. (8) 






125 


47. (4) 






126 


85. (10) 




j 


127 


— 


— 


19. (1) 


128 


— 


— 


18. (80) 


129 


47. (5) 






180 


47. (6) 






181 





_ 


19. (2) 


182 





— 


19. (8) 


188 





— 


19. (4) 


184 





— 


19. (5) 


185 





— 


— 


186 


47. (7) 






187 


— 


— 


19. (6) 


188 


86. (1) 






189 


— 




— 


140 


— 




19. (7) 


141 


— 


— 


10. (22) 



Criminal Inq. 1(17). 



Ancient Petition, 
6807a. 



Co. Placita, Hants, 1. 



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1 Afiftppllnnpons 






Post Mortem. 
Henry HI. 


Ad Quod 
. Damnum. 


Inquisitiojis. 




Hen. III. Un- 










certain dates 142 


45. (10) 








148 




— 


— 


Missing (1806). 


144 




— 




Miscellanea (Chan- 
cery) 14. no. 1 (17) 


145 





— 


— 


Rentals, &c. 1 (1). 


146 





. — 


19. (8) 




147 





— 


19. (9) 




148 





— 


19. (10) 




.149 





— 


— 


Rentals, &c. 1 (1). 


150 





— 


3. (21) 




151 





— 





Missing (1806). 


152 





— 


■ — 


Co. Placita. York 
1 (1). 


153 





. 


19. (11) 




154 


-— 


. 


19. (12) 




155 





— 


19. (13) 




156 





— 


19. (14) 




157 




— 


— 


Missing (1806). 


158 





— 


— 


Missing (1806). 


159 




— 


19. (15) 




160 





— 


19. (16) 




161 







19. (17) 




162 





— 


19. (18) 




163 


— 


— 


19. (19) 




164 


44. (1) 








165 


— 


8. (34) 






166 


— 





— 


Missing (1806). 


167 


— 


■ 


— 


Warrants, file 1869 


168 


— 





10. (7) 




169 


— 





— 


Missing (1806). 


170 


— 


— 


19. (20) 




171 


47. (8) 








172 


— 





19. (21) 




173 


- - 





19. (2-2) 




174 


— 





19. (28) 




175 







— 


Miscellanea (Chan- 
cery) 27. 


176 


44. (19) 








177 


— 




— 


Missing (1806). 


178 


— 





19. (-21) 




179 


47. (9) • 








180 







19. (25) 




181 


27. (6) 








182 


_ 





19. (26) 




183 


24. (3) 








184 


34. (2) 








185 


— 





19. (27) 





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Damnum. 


Miscellaneous 
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i 


certain dates 186 


45. (4) 








187 




— 


19. (28) 




188 


— 


— 


— 


Missing (1806). 


189 


47. (10) 








190 


47. (11) 








191 


48. (1) 








192 


45. (7) 








19S 


47. (12) 








194 







— 


I. P: M. 3 Edw. I. 
No. 2. 


195 


17- (20) 








196 


— 





19. (29) 




197 


— 


— 


19. (80) 




198 


— 


— 


20. (1) 




199 


48. (14) 








200 


25. (19) 








201 


— 


— 


— 


Missing (1806). 


202 


— 


— 


20. (2) 




203 


12. (2) 








204 


44. (2) 








205 


4r. (18) 








206 


_._ 


— 


20. (8) 




207 


44. (20) 








208 






20.(4) 




209 


-- 


■- 




I. P. M. Edw. I. 
Appx. 1. No. 68. 


210 


47. (14) 








211 


84. (9) 








212 




— 


20.(5) 




213 


47. (1) 








214 





— 


20.(6) 




215 


44. (7) 






' 


216 


44. (8) 








217 




— 


20.(7) 




218 


— 


— 


20.(8) 




219 


85. (19) 








220 


47. (15) 








221 


— 


— 


20. (9) 




222 


47. (16) 








228 


45. (10) 








224 


45. (11) 








225 


42. (14) 








226 


. 


— 


20. (10) 




227 


16. (14) 








228 




1. (84) 






229 









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Post Mortem. 


Ad Quod 




Henry m. 


Damnum. 


Hen.in. Un- 






certaindates 230 


48. (15) 




231 


44. (18) 




232 







288 




— 


234 





— 


285 







286 


44, (16) 




287 


47. (17) 




288 


48. (11) 




289 


9. (8) 




*240 


86. (2) 




241 


18. (8) 




242 


44. (17) 




248 


48. (9) 




244 


45. (18) 




245 


47. (18) 




246 





— 


247 


47. (19) 




248 


— 


— 


249 


45. (16) 




250 


45. (4) 




251 


48. (16) 




252 


21. (17) 




258 


-^ 


— 


254 








255 





— 


256 


47. (20) 




257 


— 


— 


258 


44. (8) 




259 




1. (1) 


260 






261 


44. (9) 




262 




_ 


268 








264 








265 








266 








267 








268 


48. (17) 




269 





8. (82) 


270 


— - 





271 








272 








278 









Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 



20. (11) 
20. (12) 



20. (14) 



20. (15) 
20. (16) 



20. (17) 
20. (18) 
11. (19) 

20. (19) 



20. (20) 

20. (21) 
20. (22) 
20. (28) 

20. (24) 
20. (25) 



20. (26) 
20. (27) 
20. (28) 
20. (29) 



I.P.M. ISEdw.I. 
No. 48. 



Missing (1806). 



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Post Mortem. 






Henry HI. 


Hen. III. 


Uu- 


; 


certain dates 274 







275 







276 


1 




277 


. 




278 







279 







280 


— 




281 


__ 




282 


— 




288 


45. (8) 




284 
285 


45. (17) 1 




286 






287 





Uncertain 
Dates. 


Appendix. 






1 







2 
8 


6. (19) 




■ 4 


] 




5 


j 

1 


288 


6 




■ 289 


7 


-' 




8 
9 


1. (8) 


290 


10 







11 


' 


291 


12 




292 


13 


42. (8) ' 




14 
15 


3. (13) 




16 


— 




1 17 


— 




18 

i 19 


6. (19) I 




1 20 







21 







: 22 


1 




1 23 






1 24 
25 


19. (5) 1 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 






Rentals, &c. 1 (1). 




- 


— 


Miscellanea (Chan- 








cery) 14. no. 1 








(18). 


.._ 


20. 


(80) 




— 


21. 


(1) 




— 


21. 


(2) 




- 


21. 


(8) 




— 


- 




Ancient Petitions, 
2509 a. 


— 


21. 


(4) 




— 


14. 


(17) 




8. (35) 








— 


24. 


(26) 






21. 


(5) 




— 


7. 


(18) 







10. 


(17) 




— 


28. 


(12) 




— 


4. 


(14) 




— 


21. 


(6) 




— 


21. 


(7) 







7. 


(19) 




— 


5. 


(80) 




— 


15. 


(2) 




— 


21. 


(8) 






14. 


(18) 




— 


1. 


(4) 




— 






Criminal Inq. 2 (4). 


1. (89) 








— 


9. 


(12) 




2. (32) 








2. (14) 








— 


8. 


(28) 




— 


- 


— 


Miscellanea (Chan- 
cery) 14. no. 1 
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Inquisitions Inquisitions i MispelUnpona 

Po«t Mortem. ' Ad Quod I AUscellAneous 

Henry III. , Damnum. I^^^'^'^'OUB. 



Hen. III. 

Uncertain 

Dates. 



Appendix. 

26 
27 

28 



29 



29S 



294 



80 



81 



82a 

32b 

88 

84 

85 

86 

87 

88 

89 

40 

41 

42 

48 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

58 

54 

56 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 



9. (7) 
9. (6) 



10. (16) 

8. (19) 

10. (17) 

12. (2) 



1. (18) 



1. (29) 



16. (14) ! 

16. (16) I 



27. (8) I 
84. (16) 



14. (19) 



1 _ 


Criniinuilnq.l(iy). 


— 


Miscellanea (Chan- 




cery) 14. no. 1 




(8). 


— 


Miscellanea (Chan- 




cery) 14. no. 1 




(6). 


— 


Miscellanea (Chan- 




cery) 14. no. 1 




(4). 


— 


Miscellanea (Chan- 




cery) 14. no. 1 




(7). 


12. (12) 




2. (19) 




2. (20) 




8. (17) 




8. (18) 




, 8. (19) 




4. (16) 


« 


1 

5. (28) 




8. (29) 




■ — 


Criminal Inq. 1 (11). 


— 


Criminallnq.l(12). 


28. (14) 




1 9. (18) 




; 21. (9) 




11. (24) 




21. (10) 




14. (20) 




14. (21) 





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Henry HI. 


Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 


1 
i 


Hen. III. 












Uncertain 
Dates. 


Appendix. 








1 




61 





— 


14. (22) 






62 





— 


16. (12) 






63 


87. (12) 










64 


36. (1) 










65 




~~ 




Miscellanea (Chan- 
cery) 14. no. 1 
(8). 




66 








Miscellanea (Chan- 
cery) 14. no. 1 
(9). 




67 


— 


— 


16. (16) 






68 


— 


— 


16. (17) 






69 


— 


— 


16. (18) 






70 


— 


— 





Miscellanea (Chan- 
cery) 8. 




71 


— 


— 





Criminallnq.2(18). 




72 


— 


— 


17. (18) 






78 


42. (14) 










74 








Miscellanea (Chan- 
cery) 14. no. 1 
(12). 




76 


— 






Eccl. Petitions 1 
84a. 


' 295 


76 


— 




— 


Criminal Inq. 2 (19). 


296 


77 




— 


21. (11) 




297 


78 





— 


21. (12) 




298 


79 


' 






Miscellanea (Chan- 
cery) 14. no. 1 
(19). 




80 


— 


— 





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Appx. 1. No. 60. 


299 


81 


— 


— 


21. (18) 




800 


82 


— 


— 


— 


Ancient Petitions, 
2808 a. 


801 


' 88 


— 


— 


21. (14) 




802 


84 








Miscellanea (Chan- 
cery) 14. no. 1 
(20). 


808 


85 


— 


— 


21. (15) 




304 


86 


— 


— ," 


24. (27) 




805 


87 


— 


— 


11. (28) 




806 


88 






— 


I. P.M. 10 Edw. I. 
No. 15. 


807 


89 


— 


— 


21. (16) 


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InqoisitionB 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



Miscellaneousi 
Inquisitions. 



Hen. III. 

Uncertain 
Dates. 
808 
809 
810 
811 
812 
818 



Appendix, 

90 
91 
92 
98 
94 
95 



45. (20) 



96 

814 I 97 

815 I 98 



816 I 99 

817 ; 100 
I 101 

318 — 

819 j — 

820 i — 



84.(1) 



47. (22) ' 
47. (28) 




' Criminal Inq. 2 (20). 
Criminal Inq. 2 (21). 

! Miscellanea (Chan- 
cery) 14. no. 1 
(21). 



Miscellanea (Chan- 
cery) 14. no. 1 

(22;. 



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CORRIGENDA. 



No. 10, Gloucester, for Margaret de Gomery read Margaret de Somery. 

for villeage read villenage. 
for fish-hawk read sparrowhawk {nisi), 
for and the Circumcision read and on the feast 

of the Circumcision. 
for betrothed read married. 
for Bametta la Vescuutesse read Bainetta la 

Vescuntesse. 
for Dadinton read Budinton. 
for retornat read retornat'. 
313, Westmoreland, for Ondhop read Midhopp. 
367, Title, for Bossa read Boffa. 

414, Northumberland, /or boys read children (pveronun), 
630, Knights' fees, 

Bedford, for Hineklon read Hiveldon. 
636, last two entries, for j^ read /o and for ^ read i\. 

Index, — Bovingdon [co. Hertf.] 'Jliia idmtitirafion in vonjccturaL 



. 10, Gloucester, 

32, York, 
102, Tenford, 
108, York, 

128, Heirs, 

202, Knights' fees, 

219, Nottingham, 
285, Endorsement, 



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CALENDAE OF INQUISITIONS. 



1. BiCHABD NOBL. 

Writ to the sheriff of Kent, 17 June, 20 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
William, his son, is his heir. 

Kent. Midd' hundred, lands (unspecified) worth 41. 10«., and 2 loads {syuas) 
of salt. 

Faveresham hundred, a yearly farm of 4Z. Paying yearly to the 
king from all the above, one pair of gilded spurs. 

C. Hen. III. File 1. (1.) 

S2. Gilbert le Bbet alias lb Brut. 

Writ to the sheriiBf of Southampton, 24 April, 20 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Southampton. Ly manor, 1 carucate land (extent given) held of the king and 
formerly of Fromund de Bichemund by service of J knight's fee. 
His mother and wife have their dower out of the same. 

C. Hen. III. File 1. (2.) 

3. Cecily Hoese alioA Huse. 

Writ to the sheriff of Southampton, 16 May, 20 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
Matthew Huse, her son, is her heir. 

Southampton. Elinges town, 1 hide land held of the king in chief by service of 
^ knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 1. (3.) 

4. William Avenbl. 

Writ to the constable of St. Briavell, 5 May, 20 Hen. III. Inq. {undated-) 
Dulcie, his daughter, is his heir. 

[Gloucbstbb.] Bikenor in the Forest of Dene, 2 carucates land held of the 
king in chief (service unspecified). 

C. Hen. III. File 1. (4.) 

5. Mabgabet alias Mabgery de Gobmeilles. 

Writ to the sheriff of Hereford, 16 May, 20 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Her daughters, Alice, the wife of Bobert le Archer, and Isabel, the wife of 
Simon de Solers, are her heirs by Walter de Stokes, her husband. 

Hbbbfobd. Tatinton and Bolingehop' in Clehungre, i knight's fee, containing 8 
carucates (and) 100s. rent, held of the king in chief. 

Eston town, 1 knight's fee held by Boger de Eston. 

A. 8548. Wt. 22880. S99. 400.— 23/1/02. m. a 

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Gloucester. Begesoure and Hennemerse, 1 knight's fee held by James de 
Solers. 

Writ to the sheriff of Gloucester, 17 May, 20 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Gloucester. The jury know of no land held by any Margaret de Cormailles of 
the king in chief, but one Albreda de Marmiun sometime held certain lands 
of the king in chief in dower, which lands Henry de Penebrigg* now holds 
of Hugh Giffard, and he of the king in chief. 

C. Hen. III. File 1. (5.) 

6. Robert son of Walter. 

Writ of extent of the manors of Reyndon and Beninton to Adam son of William, 
24 May, 20 Hen. III. ExUnt {undated). 

[Essex.] Reyndun manor (full extent given). 

C. Hen. III. File 1. (6.) 

7. Robert de Gouyz alias de Guuyz. 

Writ of extent to the sheriff of Dorset, 28 June, 20 Hen. III. Extent {undated). 

Dorset. Deuelich demesne, lands, &c., worth 4/. 15«. 4d., rents of freemen 
41. lis. lO^d.f and villenage rents and services 4Z. 158. 5^(2., yearly. 

Winterborn demesne, lands, &c., worth 15s. 4d., rents of freemen 
68. l^d., and villenage rents and services 59s. lOd. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 1. (7.) 

8. Hugh de Mbriet. 

Writ to the sheriff of Somerset, 8 April, 20 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
Nicholas, his son, is his heir. 

Somerset. Meriet, Lopene and Boclond, IJ knight's fee held of the king of the 
honour of Mortain. 

C. Hen. III. File 1. (8.) 

9. John, earl of Chester. 

Writ to John Lestrange {J. Extraneo), Justice of Chester, 25 May, 26 Hen. III. 
Inq. {undated.) 

Chester. Rushton manor was given by the said earl of his good will to Hugh 
Fyton, who was in seisin thereof a great while ; afterwards the said earl 
disseised him, but granted him the manor in tenancy until he should 
provide him with 20 marks of land ; meanwhile the earl died and the 
king's chief bailiffs in the county and S. dean of Chester disseised him, by 
what order the jury know not. 

C. Hen. III. FOe 1. (9.) 

10. Thomas, earl of Warwick. 

Writ to the sheriff of Worcester, 25 Aug. Inq. Wednesday before St. Michael, 
26 Hen. III. Concerning knights' fees held of the said earl, besides those 
assigned in dower to Philippa sometime the wife of Henry, earl of 
Warwick, and Maud sometime the wife of Henry de Oylly. 



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HENRY III. 8 

WoROBSTBB. Half a hide land (uuspecified) held by Richard son of Robert, by 
service of J mark and 21^ measures (mittas) of salt, and another half hide 
by Walter son of Richard de Fortes, by the same service. 

Similar writ to the sheriil of Warwick and Leicester, 25 Aug. 26 Hen. HI. Inq, 
(undated,) 

Warwick and Leicester. 8 knights' fees (unspecified) held by Roesia de 
Verdon; 5 by Thomas de Elmton; 4 by Richard de Harecurt; 2J by 
Thomas de Estley ; J by William son of Hamon ; 1 by Richard de 
Amundevil ; \ by Robert, son of William de Ulnhale ; ^^ by the heir of 
William de Warr' ; \ by Gilbert de Setgrave ; 1 J by Robert Dayvil ; 3 by 
Henry de Lodbroc'; 1 by Ralph de Wylinton; | by John le Vavasour; \ 
by the heirs of Henry Boscher ; and 5J by tenants of Peter Corbezun's 
lands. 

Writ {missing). Inq. (undated.) 

Berks. Northmorton, 1 fee held by John, son and heir of Henry Basset. 

Eneborn, J fee held by John Belet and Andrew de la Brech'. 

Elfreton, | fee held by Richard de Elfreton. 

Charleton, J fee held by GeoflErey de Bonofossato. 

Eston and Wynterburn, 1 fee held by Alan de Farnham, John de 
Anvers and Simon de Luvek*. 

Bastlesden, 1 fee held by Robert de Gynes, which he holds of the 
king and it was of the fee of the said earl. 

Remenham, 1 fee held by Peter de Monteforti. 

Swalewefeld, ^ fee held by Geoffrey Dispensator. 
Of the fees assigned to the said Philippa and Maud the jury are ignorant. 

Similar icrit to the sheriff of Gloucester, 25 Aug. 26 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 

Gloucester. Dorsinton, 1 fee held by Henry de Preeres of Roesia de Verdun, 
who used to answer for it to the said earl. 

Weston Mauduth, J fee held by William Mauduth. 

Cheddewrth', 1 fee held by Richard Siward for life. 

Pulton, 1 fee held by Olimpia de Wilinton. 

Lydeneie, J fee held by Richard de Mundevill. 

Lideneie and Overe, J fee held by Margaret de Gomery. 

Lideneie, i fee held to farm by Richard de Mundevill, of the fee that 
was of Gilbert le Kentes; and -ia fee held by John de Paris. 

Similar writ to the sheriff of Northampton, 25 Aug. 26 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Northampton. Norton juxta Davintre, 1 fee held by Nicholas de Nodariis and 
Roger de Whelton, and J fee held by Roger Gulafre; and Richard de 
Vernun is between them and the said earl. 

Suthwick, 1 fee held by Thomas Knyvet, but Peter de Monteforti is 
between him and the earl. 

Craneford, J fee held by Maurice de Audely of the fee of the abbot 
of Peterborough (de Burgo), but the earl ought to be between the said 
Maurice and the abbot. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.) 

Southampton. The jury know not of any fee held of the said earl in the county, 
except : — 

BromeshuU, i fee held by Henry de BromeshuU of the heirs of 
William Turvill who hold it of the honour of Warwiqk, 



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4 INQUISITIONS. 

Similar writ to the sheriff of Rutland, 25 Aug. 26 Hen. III. Inq, (missing) 
(See No. 21.) 

C. Hen. III. File 1. (10.) 

11. WiLLUM DE AlBINIACO. 

Writ of Extent to the sheriff of Nottingham, 15 Sept. 26 Hen. III. Extent 

(undated). 
Nottingham. Orskinton town, 32 bovates land, 15Ja. meadow and a windmill ; 
and 68 bovates held of the said William in free socage. 

Thuruerton, 20 bovates similarly held at a farm of 10?. Os. 2d., and 
i acre held at a rent of 4d. and 4 hens yearly, and pleas &c. worth 40«. 

Scherinton, Screveton, Coliston, Dalinton, Stanton and Orskinton, 
lOZ. of land held by Roger Bozon by J knight's fee. 

Scherinton, 100«. of land held by William de Audedeleg' by i knight's 
fee ; and 20s. rent held by Richard Hotoft by ■f\y knight's fee. 

Orskinton, 20s. rent held by William de Huntindon by ^V knight*8 fee. 

Writ of Extent to the sheriff of Leicester, 17 Oct. 26 Hen. III. Extent (undated). 

Leicester. Redmilde manor (extent given). 

Lincoln. Extent (undated). Offinton, 16 bovates arable and 24a. meadow, 
14 bovates arable in socage, 14 bovates arable in villenage, and from freemen 
and cottars 65s. 6d., including 6s. in Waie. 

Talinton, 10 bovates and 18a. in socage, 15 bovates arable in villenage, 
and from freemen and cottars 6s. M. 

Deping, 8 bovates arable. 

Belver, 8 bovates land and 8a. meadow in demesne, J a mill, and 
from freemen, &c. 57s. Id. 

Wulstorp', from freemen 2s. and lib. pepper or 6rf. yearly, in villenage 
12^ bovates land, and a messuage. 

C. Hen. III. File 1. (11.) 

12. William db Muncell'. 

Writ to the sheriff of Southampton, 13 Aug, 27 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Southampton. Compton manor was held by the said William of Thomas de 
Warblington by service of J knight's fee ; the manor pertains to Sirefeld 
manor, which the said Thomas holds of the king in chief by serjeanty. 

C. Hen. III. File 1. (12.) 

\ 13. Reginald Curtbbauint and William db la Curt. 

.;;^ Writ to the sheriff of Salop, 10 July, 27 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
^' ^ Richard, heir of the said Reginald de Corbrant, is aged 8 and more. 

Richard, heir of the said William de la Cort, is aged 3 and more. 

Salop. The said Reginald had 5 bovates land (unspecified) in demesne, and 
10s. rents, &c., whereof his wife has one third. 

The said William had 6 bovates land (unspecified) in demesne, and 
20s. 13d. and 1 pair of gloves, rent, «&c. whereof his wife has one third, 

Salop. Inq. (undated) (?of later date). 

Richard, son of Reginald Corboraund, aged 21, is his heir. 



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HENRY III. 5 

Upinton, 2 virgates and 1 nook of land held by the said Reginald of 
the king in chief by service of f part of a sore sparrowhawk. Sir J. Maunsel 
has the wardship of the king's gift. 

C, Hen. IIL File 1. (13.) 

14. Wentlyen' late the wife of Robert de Butlers (sic). 

Writ de dote to the sheriff of Wilts, 3 Oct. 27 Hen. III. Inq. {undated). 

Wilts. Pultun, 3 carucates land in demesne, 20 virgates in villenage, 
1 virgate held by Walter the franklin (frankelaunm), and services, &c. 
This was not Norman, but English land ; Robert de Buthlers held it, and 
after his death it descended to Baldwin {Paudawinus) his younger brother, 
who married the said Wentlelian. 

C. Hen. III. File 1. (14.) 

15. Roger de Burewardbsle. 

Writ to the sheriff of Stafford, 12 Oct. 27 Hen. IH. Inq. {undated.) 
Mabel and Margery, his sisters, are his heirs. 

Stafford. Essele town, 2 carucates land in demesne and 7 virgates in 
villenage, held of the king in chief by service of one mounted serjeant 
{senientis equestris) at Montgomery for fifteen days in time of war, at his 
own cost. Whereof the wife of Philip de Borewardeleg' has her third part. 

C. Hen. HI. File 1. (15.) 

16. Giles de Berkele. 

Writ to the sheriff of Oxford, 15 April, 27 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Oxford. The said Giles did not hold his land in Saltford of John son of Alan, 
in chief, but of the heirs of Robert de Turvill, who gave the same in free 
marriage to William de Berkele with Denise, his daughter, of whom the 
same Giles was [son] . 

C. Hen. III. File 1. (16.) 

17. Hugh de Sancto Martino. 

Writ to the sheriff of Southampton, 1 Sept. 27 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Southampton. The land of Seruiton (alias Serueton) descended to the said Hugh 
from the Lady Ereburg, his mother, and his ancestors did not hold it of the 
bail (ballium) of any of the king's predecessors, but of ancient enfeoffment, 
holding it from heir to heir until that before the king crossed into Brittany, 
he seized the said land because the said Hugh crossed into Normandy un- 
licensed. Afterwards the king committed the land to Ingelram, the said 
Hugh's younger brother, who held it for some time, but in his absence the 
said Hugh came and put himself in seisin thereof and holds it until now. If 
he should die without heir, the jury know not whether the land ought to be 
escheat to the king as Normans' land or not, for the said Hugh and his 
predecessors held of Ralph de Mortuo Mari and his predecessors. The said 
Hugh has no heir except nephews on the side of his sister, who are in the 
power of the King of Prance and there brought up. 

C. Hen. III. File 1. (17.) 



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18. Maud db Lucy. 

Writ (rniising). Inq. (undated). 

Whether her heir is Sir B. de Ripariis, her younger son, or the son of Sir 
Richard de Ripariis,who was the son of her elder son and who died before her 
decease, is unknown to the jury ; but the son of the said Sir Richard was 4 years 
old on the morrow of the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, 27 {or ? 28) Hen. [III.] 

Essex. Stanford manor (full extent given) held of the king as his escheat of the 
honour of Boulogne by service of 3 knights* fees. 

Angre manor and hundred (full extent given) held of the honour of 
Gloucester by service of 10 knights' fees. 

G. Hen. III. File 1. (18.) 

19. Richard de Bubgo. 

Return of Maurice son of Gerald, Justiciary of Ireland, to wHt oj extent^ and of 
assignment of dower to Egidia, late the wife of the said Richard, 29 (?) Dec, 
28(?) Hen. Ill (defective). Extent, 7 March, 27 Hen. III. (defaced.) 

MuNSTBB [Ireland]. Est Clone manor (extent given). 

Castrum Conign manor (extent given). 

Wethemtire (?) manor (extent given). 

Kilfecle, 1 carucate of land, with meadow and garden (extent given). 

Clomele borough (extent given). 

Eilsilan manor with Baliglassan (extent given). 

Castrum Wilekin manor (extent given). 

Balihodan and Tristelaweran, 2 J marks (rent?). 
All the above are two parts of the lands which were of the said Richard in 
Munster (Momonia) : the Lady Egidia is dowered of the following, viz. — 

Tiperacht manor (extent given). 

Cloncridan (extent given). 

Clomele borough, 81. 13«. 4d. from the mills. 

Listrotherach (?) manor (extent given). 

Oleithach (extent given). 

Lother manor (extent given). 

Grellach manor (extent given). 

Tristelaueran and Balyhodan, 61. 9«. 4d. (rent?). 

C. Hen. III. File 1. (19.) 

20. Walter de Baskervill. 

Writ to the sheriff of Hereford, 24 May, 28 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Sir Walter de Ba^kervile his son, is his heir. 

Hereford. Orcope manor in Urchenefeld, held of the king in chief in free 
socage in the law of Urchenefeld rendering yearly 60«., and finding two 
men for Orcope manor and two footmen for its appurtenances, to go in the 
king's service towards Wales for fifteen days at his own cost, and one day 
and one night towards England. 

C. Hen. III. File 1. (20.) 

21. Thomas, earl of Warwick. 

Writ to the sheriff of Hertford (sic), 5 Feb. 28 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
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assigned in dower to Philippa sometime countess of Warwick ; of which fees 
two parts are to be assigned to John de Plesseto and Margery his wife, sister 
and heir of the said earl, and the third part to Ela, late his wife in dower. 

Hebbford (sic). No fees were held of the said earl in the county of Hereford {sic). 
(See No. 10.) 

C. Hen. III. File 2. (1.) 

22. Walter de Stocton. 

Writ to the sheriff of Salop, 13 July, 28 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 
Richsurd, his son, is his heir. 

Salop. Stocton town, 4 virgates of land held of the king in chief, by service of 
one foot Serjeant with bow and arrows for fifteen days at Mongomeri at 
his own cost. 

C. Hen. III. File 2. (2.) 

23. [Hbnry de Turbbrvil?] 

Writ to the sheriff of Devon, 16 Oct. 28 Hen. HI. Extent, All Souls Day, 
29 Hen. IH. 

Devon. Braneys (alias Braidnes) manor (extent given), to which pertain the 
homages of 16}, } and | knights' fees, and the advowson of the church. 
Of all which Hawisia, late the wife of Henry de Turbervil, holds a third part 
in dower. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 2. (3.) 

24. William de Turri. 

Writ to the guardian of the lands late of Roger Bertram, 10 May, 28 Henry III. 

Extent (undated). 

He had no heir of his body in these parts, and the jury know of no other 
heir except his brother Richard. 

[Northumberland.] Midford parish, 80a. land held of Roger Bertram by 
(service of) 2s. yearly to the guard of Midford Castle ; whereof the said 
William's wife has a third part as dower. 

C. Hen. III. File 2. (4.) 

25. Mabel, late the wife of Peter de Escoteny. 

Writ to the sheriff of Southampton, 19 Oct. 28 Henry III. Inq. (undated.) 

Southampton. Sutton, IJ carucate land held in dower. 

Bositon, J carucate land which she bought in her widowhood. 
She holds no land in the county of her own inheritance. King John married 
her to the said Peter de Scoteny. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 2. (5.) 

26. William de Stmely. 

Writ to the sheriff of Buckingham, 16 Dec. 28 Hen. IH. Extent (undated). 
Buckingham. Rysenberg' manor (full extent given ; (which is the king's 



escheat as Normans' lands). 



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27. II[alph], bishop of Chichesxer. 

Writ of extent to the sheriff of Sussex, 8 Feb. 28 Hen. III. Extent (undated), 

Sussex. Bume manor (full extent given), including a marsh, a meadow called 
Smalewys, and pasture in Linche and on the hills. 

. C. Hen. III. File 2. (7.) 

28. Alice, late the wife of Robert le Archer. 

Wnt of extent to the sheriff of Hereford, 10 June, 28 Hen. III. Extent (undcUed). 

Hereford. Lands (unspecified) worth 91. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 2. (8.) 



29. Geoffrey de Sane. 

Wnt to the sheriff of Norfolk, 21 Feb. 28 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Norfolk and Suffolk. The said Geoffrey never had land in Norfolk and Suffolk, 
but in 20 Hen. Ill Earl William de Warenn gave him lOZ. rents 
of assize in the towns of Geist, Tymeltorp, Binetre, Folesham, Norton, 
Geistweit, Thirning, Dalling, Sparham, Weston and Feletorp'. 

C. Hen. III. File 2. (9.) 

30. Adam db Adudno alias Auno. 

Return of Maurice son of Gerald, Justiciary of Ireland, to writ of 5 March. 
Inq. 10 May, 28 Hen. III. Godfrey de Auno is his heir. 

Ireland [Munster?] Kilcallan, 7J carucates land (extent given) held of the 
king for 1 knight's fee by service of one sore goshawk or J mark yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 2. (10.) 

31. Thomas db Warnettbham. 

Writ to the sheriff of Northumberland, 3 March, 28 Hen. HI. 
Ingelram de Warnetham, his son, is his heir. 

Northumberland. Bamburg*, 1 carucate land held of the king in chief by 20«. 
yearly for all services. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 2. (11.) 

32. Ralph db Fetherestan. 

Writ to the sheriff of York, 14 Jan. 28 Hen. III. Extent (undated). 

Olive, his daughter, aged 16J, is understood to be his heir, because he kept 
a certain woman named Emma for ten years before he married her, and begot of 
her Bichard his son, and after their mamage he begot of her the said Olive. 

York. Fetherestan, 30a. land, a messuage, 5a. meadow, and pasture in 
demesne, 2| bovates in villeage, 49s. S^d. rents from freemen, and 1 lb. 
pepper and 2 lb. cummin. 

Chevet town, 1 mark of rent of assize. 
Stubbes, 8^. 

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33. RicHABD Masculus. 

Writ (missing). Inq. {undated.) 

He died whilst the bishopric of London was vacant and in the king's hands. 
William his son, who completed 19 years the week before Whitsunday, 28 Hen. HI, 
is his heir. 

[Hertford ?] Upwyk in the bishopric of London, J knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 2. (13.) 

34. Hugh de Vivona. 

Writ {missing). Extent {undated , but indorsed 28 Hen. HI). 

Wilts. West Kyngton manor (extent given), whereof one third is assigned to 
Petronilla, late the wife of the said Hugh, in dower, and so two parts 
remain to the king. {See Rot. Fin. 42 Hen. HI m. 2 {alias 11). 

C. Hen. HI. File 2. (14.) 

35. Hugh db Kylpbk'. 

Writ {missing). Extent {undated, but indorsed 28 Hen. HI and defeetive). 
(He had two ?) daughters, whereof the younger is aged 17. 

Gloucester. Parva ,1 carucate land in demesne, 5s. rent of 

assize, and 72a. in villenage, held by serjeanty member of 

Kilpek*. 

C. Hen. III. File 2. (15.) 

36. Gerard de la Bare alias de la Barre. 

Writ to the sheriff of Nottingham, 28 Aug. 28 Hen. IH. Inq. {undated). 

Nottingham. Karleton in Lindrick manor (extent given) ; whereof the said 
Gerard, who was the king's crossbowman, had 2^ bovates land in demesne, 
22J bovates in socage and a water mill for life for his service, of the king's 
gift ; and Walter de Ludham had by the king's deed, 5^ bovates land, and 
8s. rent from the said mill, for 6s. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 2. (16.) 

37. John de Manebrigg' alias de Manesbrig'. 

Writ to the sheriff of Southampton, 2 Jan. 28 Hen. HI. Inq. {undated.) 

Agnes Peverel, his sister, and Juliana, his niece, (daughter) of Clemencia, 
his sister, are his heirs. 

Southampton. Manesbrig', Berton and Winemanston, IJ carucate land, 2 mills 
8«. rent of assize and a wood within the bounds of the forest, of the 
keepership of Estlj'^e, held of the king in chief, of the barony of 
Hugh de Colonches by 40s. rent to the king's Exchequer. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 2. (17.) 

38. William Ptnell. 

Writ to the keeper of the Island of Gerese, 21 March. Inq. Monday, 11 April, 

28 Hen. HI. 

He had two daughters, who are married, within the power of the King of 
France, and his lands are the king's escheat. 



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Jersey. Lands (unspecified) worth 381. 5s. 4rf. Toimiois from which 80«. 6d. 
Tournois are deducted yearly for the dower of the late wife of John 
Pynel. This inquisition was made in the king's full court of Jerese. 

C,Hen.IILFUe2. (18.) 

39. Nicholas son of Bbrnabd. 

Writs to the sheriff of Buckingham, 30 Jan. and 8 Feb. 28 Hen. III. Extent 

(tinduted). 

The said Nicholas had a son named Bernard, who took a wife in Coure in 
CO. Here [ford] , had two sons and a daughter of whose age the jury know nothing, 
and died before his father: he also had three daughters, of whom two are 
married in Buckingham and the third in Wilts. 

Buckingham. Lands (unspecified) held of the king in chief for J (?) knight's fee. 

C. Hen, III. File 2. (19.) 

40. Peter db Pelbvill. 

Writ to the keeper of the honour of Haghele, 3 April, 29 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
Peter his son, aged 24, is his heir. 

[Norfolk?] (Unspecified), 300 Ja. arable, 26a. pasture, 91. Os. 3d. rent of assize 
and a mill held of the king by service of (one) knight's fee of the honour of 
Hagenet. 

G. Hen. HI. File 2. (20.) 

41. Alan db Singilton. 

Writ to the sheriff of Lancaster, 16 Nov. Inq. Monday before St. Nicholas, 
29 Hen. HI. 
William de Singilton is his heir. 

Lancaster. Singilton, \ carucate land held of the king by reason of the 
serjeanty of the fee of the wapentake of Aumondernes and Blakeburnesire 
by hereditary right. 

• Ballisburg* town, 2 bovates land held of the king in chief, paying 
2«. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 3. (1.) 

42. BOBERT DE HOGGBSHAM olioS DE HoKESHAM. 

Writ to the sheriff of Devon, 25 Nov. 29 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
William de Hokesham is his heir. 

Devon. Buddele hundred held of the king in chief by 40s. rent. 

C.Hen.III.FUeS. (2.) 

43. Banulph lb Pobr. 

Writ to the sheriff of Nottingham, 9 Nov, 29 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Banulph his son, aged 9, is his heir. 

Nottingham. Normanton town, 2 carucates land and a water-mill held of the 
heirs of Thomas de Aufirton, by service of one knight's fee, which service 
(was assigned ?) in dower to Agnes, late the wife of Bobert de Aufirton, 
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[Derby.] Penkiston town, J carucate land and a water-mill, held of the 
said heirs for J knight's fee, viz. — A moiety of Thomas de C(ha)wrcs one of 
the heirs and (of) the elder (branch) (exnecia) whose wardship the king 
granted to Robert de Lathum, and the other moiety of the said Robert, who 
has to wife Amice, the other heir. 

Boctheyt (?) mill and 1 bovate land, rendering 5s. yearly to the lords of 
the fee of Kirkeby. (See No. 98.) 

C. Hen. III. File 3. (3.) 

44. William de Wernevill alias de Wennervile. 

Wtit to the keeper of the lands of J. sometime earl of Lincoln and constable of 
Chester, 21 Jan. 29 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
He has an heir male, aged 14 at the feast of St. Giles next. 

[York.] (Unspecified) 252a. land and 18a. meadow in demesne, 34s. 7d. 
from freemen, 21J bovates land in bondage, whereof 6J bovates in 
Himleswrd*, and 15 bovates in Kyneslay, 4d. Os. lO^d. rents from many 
cottars, a water mill and a wind mill held by service of one knight. 
Of all which the lady has her third part in dower. 

(7. Hen. III. File 3. (4.) 

45. WiLLUM DE SiFREWAST. 

Writ of extent to the sheriff of Southampton, 28 Oct. 29 Hen. III. Inq, 
(undated.) 

Southampton. Frivolk, 2 virgates land held by William de Pola by free service 
of 4s., 1 virgate by William Crespin for 12d., and 1 virgate by Nicholas Page 
for i mark, 16 virgates held by villeins, 250a. land in demesne, pasture 
worth 10s., a mill, Rifley wood containing 20a., 2 fulling mills, cottars, 
meadow, and the advowson of the church. 

And the said William held two knights' fees of Sir W. bishop of Winchester 
viz. — ^Frivolk for 1 fee and Hamdon extra Overton for 1 fee, and Sir Roger 
de Sifrewast (held them) of the said William in chief. 

C. Hen. III. File 3. (5.) 

46. Henry de Colne, sometime sheriff of Huntingdon and Cambridge. 

Writ to the sheriff of Cambridge and Huntingdon, 7 July, 29 Hen. III. Inq. 
(undated.) 

[Huntingdon.] Colne, 60a. land, 4a. meadow, rents and pasture (extent given) 
excepting his wife's dower, rendering 25s. 6rf. yearly to the lords of the fee. 

[Cambridge.] Caxton, 80a. land, rents, &c. (extent given) rendering 20s. to 
John de Escalariis, besides the king's foreign service, and a rent of corn, 
barley and oats to the prior of Ely. 

C. Hen. III. File 3. (6.) 

47. WlLLLlM DE KbNTEWELL. 

Writ (missing). Inq. Wednesday the morrow of All Saints, 29 Hen. III. 
Mabel, daughter of Walter de Kentewell, is his heir. 

[Suffolk.] Meleford town, 2 carucates land held of the king in chief by 
service of 10 knights' fees, and 65s. id. to Norwich Castle. 

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48. John le Visconte. 

Writ to the sheriff of Northumberland 25 July. Inq. Tuesday before St. 
Laurence, 29 Hen. III. 

Raineta, his daughter, wife of Everard le Tyeis {Teutonicus)^ is heir of the 
said John le Viscunte. 

Northumberland. Emildon, Burton, Staunford, Dunstan, Craucestre, and 
Warnetham (towns?), besides land called Witewrth* in the same town of 
Warnetham (extents given with names of tenants) including 85 marks rent 
paid by Henry de Neketon for the waters of Twede. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 3. (8.) 

49. Gilbert de Umfranvill alias de Umframvill. 

Writ of extent to Eobert de Creppinges, 31 March, 29 Hen. Ill, for assigning 
dower to Maud, late the wife of the said Gilbert. 

[Northumberland.] Inq. (undated.) 

Hyrbotle manor and borough (extent given) with Otturburne manor, 
member of Hyrbotle, Alwenton, and the advowfion of the church at 
EUesden. 

Northumberland. Inq. (undated.) 

Prudehou manor with its members, Hyrlawe, Inghou, and Welpintan' 
(extent given), and with Ovingham, Kerneslawe, the granges of BoUand, 
Fyleton, and Euhehop', woods in Horsele and Prudhou, and the advowsons 
of Ovingham and Whelpinton. Five knights' fees and nine parts of a fee 
pertain to Prudhu. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 3. (9.) 

50. Baldwin de Bipariis, sometime earl of Devon. 
Writ (misting). 

[Devon.] Extent 29 Hen. III. Enkedon [manor] (extent given). 

[Devon.] Extent 29 Hen. III. Erdewik and Bottesford, lands, &c. (extent given) 
with the foreign Hundred Court and borough of Plumton. 

[Devon.] Extent 29 Hen. III. Huniton, lands, &c. (extent given) with the 
borough. 

[Devon.] Extent 29 Hen. III. Thuverton, manor and borough (extent given) 
with the foreign Hundred Court. 

[Surrey.] Extent 29 Hen. III. Suhlamhee (alias Suthlamhuth) [manor] with 
Suthstretham and Westmicham (extent given). 

[Southampton.] Bremmora [manor] (extent given). 

[Somerset.] Portbury [manor] (extent given). 

[Dorset.] Extent 29 (?) Hen. Ill (defective). [Ebbrichton ?] (extent given). 
Akford (extent given). 
Dorcester, 60a. rent. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 8. (10.) 

51. BOBERT ArTUR. 

Writ (undated fragment), Inq, Friday before St. Andrew, 29 Hen. III. 
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Jebsby. St. John de Quercubus parish, 8 virgates land, which owing to the 
absence in remote parts of the said heir, came to the hands of Richard 
Baudein, who afterwards committed felony, on account of which the land 
was taken into the ldng*s hands. 

C. Hen. III. File 8. (11.) 

52. Geoffrey de Saucemabe. 

Writ of extent to Robert de Creppinges. 1 March, 30 Hen. III. Extent {undated), 

[Derby.] Sandiacre serjeanty, a capital messuage and mill (extent given). 

Writ to Robert de Creppinges. 13 March, 30 Hen. III. Inq. {^undated.) 

[Debby,] Drisco wood pertains to the land which the said Geoffrey gave to the 
church of Dale, of which he was enfeoffed by the deed of John de Wyburvill, 
and he by that of Peter de Sandiacre, of the serjeanty which he held of the 
king in Sandiacre. The said Geoffrey held no land there of the king in chief. 

C. Hen. III. File 3. (12.) 

53. Wabben de Redbnhale. 

Writ to the sheriff of Norfolk, 24 March, 30 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Robert, his son, is his heir. 

NoBFOLK. Redenhale, 1 carucate land held of the king in chief, by service o 
keeping and mewing one goshawk. 

C. Hen. III. File 3. (13.) 

54. WiLLUM DE BbUG\ 

Writ to the sheriff of Salop, 16 Jan. 30 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) m^ , ^ ^^ ) 
Richard, his brother, is his heir. 

Salop. Two virgates and 1 nook of land (unspecified) held of the king in chief 
by service of J of one sore sparrow-hawk. 

C. Hen. III. File 3. (14.) 

55. Thomas de Nobmanvill. 

Writ to the sheriff of Kent, 14 March, 30 Hen. III. Inq. (undated fragment.) 
Ralph de of full age (is his heir?). 

Kent. [Kenardington**] held of the king in chief (by service of) 

.... one knight. 

C. Hen. III. File 3. (15.) 

56. RiCHABD DE BUBTON. 

Writ to the sheriff of Devon, 2 June, 30 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Devon. Chelewrthe (alias Cheleswurth*), 1 carucate land held of the bail 
(ballio of King John, which came into the king's hands after the death 
of the said Richard and can be given to whom he wills as Normans* lands. 

C. Hen. III. File 3. (16.) 

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57. Waltbb db Lacy. 

Writ to the sheriff of Hereford, 18 June. Inq. Saturday, the vigU of St. John 
the Baptist, 30 Hen. III. 

Hereford. Stoke Lacy manor is not the king's escheat as Normans' lands, 
but was of the fee of Walter de Lacy, and held by Richard de Bellofago, 
because Hugh de Lacy gave it in free marriage to Richard de Boufou, father 
of the said Richard, with Elayre, his wife. {See No. 73.) 

C. Hen. III. File 3. (17.) 

58. IsBULT DB Grey. 

Writ to the sheriff of Kent, 18 June, 30 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 
Richard de Gray, her son, is her heir. 

Kent. Hoo, a moiety of the manor held, by an exchange made with her four 
coparceners, by service of J knight's fee, but only J of the manor came to 
her by inheritance. 

C. Hen. III. File 3. (18.) 

59. Geoffrey db Everle. 

Writ to the sheriff of Kent, 20 May, 30 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Kent. Smeth,. 98a. land, 16a. meadow, a pasture, 13a. 8d. rent of assize, 
mills, &c., held of the inheritance of Alice late his wife, the marriage of 
whose heir is worth 10 marks. 

C. Hen. III. FUe S. (19.) 

60. Philip db Anebou alias Deneboud, Denebaud. 

Writ to Walerand le Tyeis {Teutonicus) bailiff of Nether Went, 14 May, 

30 Hen. III. Extent {undated). 

Philip Deneboud had many sons; to the eldest he gave a certain land in 
England, who married, begat children, and died 3 years ago. Afterwards the 
said Philip gave to his son Matthew the manor of Portesciwet, who still holds it 
and is of mature age ; but who is the next heir it is not for the jury to judge. 

[Monmouth.] Portesciwet manor (full extent given), whereof the lady of Portes- 
ciwet has a third part in dower, and Morgan de Krubba holds J knight's fee, 
and William de Pondevill ^ fee, in free marriage. 

Writ to the sheriff of Somerset, 17 May, 30 Hen. III. Inq. Wednesday after the 
Holy Trinity. 

SoMBBSET. Henton, a moiety of the town was held by Philip Denebaud, who 
delivered a moiety of his land to his elder son William on his marriage, who 
had 4 sons, and died before his father, and his wife holds all that land. The 
said William had two brothers, Matthew and Hamon, and in 29 Hen. Ill 
the said Philip gave to the said Hamon, his younger son, that moiety which 
remained with him, by homage and service. Philip, the eldest son of the 
said William, is aged 7 years ; but the jury know not who is the next heir. 

C. Hen. III. File 3. (20.) 

61. Thomas de Escoteny alia^ de Scoteny. 

Writ to the sheriff of Lincoln, 9 May, 30 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
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Lincoln. Stainton, Linberge, Wicham, Cokrinton, Wischalle, Wlingh, 
Kinthorp, Haynton and Barkewrth, 5 knights* fees held of the king in chief 
by service of 5 knights' fees, of which there remained in his hands 11 J 
bovates in demesne and 2 bovates in villenage. 

C. Hen. III. File 4. (1.) 

62. William db Hampton. 

Writ to the sheriflf of Oxford, 2 Sept. 80 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Stephen, his son, is his heir. 

Oxford. Hampton manor, held together with Welewe manor in co. Southampton, 
which the monks of Netley (de Loco Sancti Edivardi) now hold, of the 
king by service of 1 knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 4. (2.) 

63. Reginald db Valle Torta. 

Writ to the sheriff of Devon, 19 Jan. 30 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Ralph de Valle Torta, his brother, is his heir. 

Devon. Hurberton, Holne, Clauton, Brixham and Brideford manors, held of the 
honour of Totnes, together with 28 knights* fees excepting xV fee, by doing 
to the king 28 fees. 

Silfreton manor, held of Baldwin de Ripariis, whose heir is in the 
king's ward, by service of one b[edel of the hun]dred of Harig'. 

C. Hen. III. File 4. (3.) 

64. William db Percy. 

Writ to Robert de Cre'ppinges 30 Jan. 30 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

[York.] The said William gave to Roger Maudit and Robert, his son, and his 
heirs, 20«. rent from Tadecastre mills ; and to the prior of Park 2 marks 
rent from the same in frank almoin ; and to Thomas le Lardiner 16«. rent 
from the same, until the said William should make to him and his heirs 
an exchange of 2 bovates land and a toft in Tadecastre. 

C. Hen. III. File 4. (4.) 

65. Clemencia db Lungvilbrs. 

Writ to the sheriff of Lincoln, 19 May, 30 Hen. III. 
Sir John de Lungevilers, her son, is her heir. 

Lincoln. Inq. (undated.) Appelby, Risebye and Maunton, J knight's fee held of 
the king in chief by knight's service. 

Lincoln. Inq. (undated.) Lands (unspecified) held of Sir J. de Lacy, sometime 
earl of Lincoln, by service of 2 knights* fees. 

C. Hen. III. File 4. (5.) 

66. Maud db Hbrybrd. 

Writ to the sheriff of Southampton, 12 Feb. 30 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 
Richard, son of Robert Bi&ewast, is her heir. 

Southampton. Suthtrop hamlet was sometime held by Richard le Malle of the 
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falcon of the king, from which hamlet were paid long ago 108. yearly rent 
to Odyham manor ; and there are alienated from the same hamlet 8| marks 
rent to Winteney priory. 

C. Hen. III. File 4. (6.) 

67. Henby de Mbrton. 

Writ of extent to the sheriflf of Devon, 10 June, 80 Hen. III. Extent (undated). 

Devon. Toryton, lands &c., worth 91. 14«. 2Jd. yearly, held of the king in chief, 
with the services of 6 knights' fees, excepting the fees assigned to Eleanor 
de Toryton in dower. 

Merton, lands, &c. worth 18Z. 17«. lOi. yearly, held of Henry de Tracy. 
Suttecumb', land, &c. worth 113«. lOd. yearly, held of the said Henry. 

C. Hen. HI. File 4. (7.) 

68. Walteb de Eshbleg alias de Esselboh. 

Writ to the sheriff of Somerset, 17 June, 80 Hen. IH. Inq. (undated.) 

Mabel Bevel, his sister, age variously stated as 50 and 60 and more, is his 
heir. 

Somebsbt. (Unspecified) 8 carucates land held by service of 2 fees of Mortain. 

Writ to the sheriff of Gloucester, 18 June, 30 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Glouobsteb. Gherleton town, 1 virgate land in demesne and 9 in villenage held 
by service of J knight's fee. 

Writ to the sheriff of Gloucester, 24 July, 80 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Gloucesteb. Gherleton manor has never been accustomed to be taxed when the 
king taxed his demesnes, since it was given to the said Walter by King 
Henry, the king's grandfather. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 4. (8.) 



69. YivuN Gebnet alias de Heesam. 

Writ to the sheriff of Lancaster, 7 May, 30 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Roger, his son, is his heir, and is of age (et est de etate). 

Lanoasteb. Heesam, 2 carucates land held of the king in chief by service of 
8s. 9d. yearly. 

Eaton town, 2 carucates land held of the king in chief by service of 
20s. yearly ; and a mill in the same town. 

C. Hen. III. File 4. (9.) 



70. Dbnisb, late the wife of Ranulph lb Pobb. 

Writ to the sheriff of Nottingham, 16 June, 30 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

[Debby.] Penkiston town, 2 marks, 5s. 2d. rent held of the king in chief in 
dower. The said Dionisia, as report goes, is married to Geoffrey le Bus of 
CO. Herford (sic), but of this the jury are in doubt, because she is rarely in 
the parts of Nottingham. 

C. Hen. III. File 4t. (10.) 



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71. ROBBBT DB HORTON. 

Writ to the keepers of the lands of J. de Lacy, sometime earl of Lincoln and 
constable of Chester, in co. York, 18 May, 30 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 
Hugh de Horton, of full age, is his heir. 

York. Horton and Clayton, 64a. in demesne, 25 in villenage, and 11 bovates 
and 108a. in service of freemen, held of J. de Lacy sometime earl of 
Lincoln by service of J knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 4. (11.) 

72. Hubert Hopeschort alias Hoppbshort. 

Writ to the sheriff of Surrey, 18 Jan. 80 Hen. III. Extent {undated). 

Surrey. (Unspecified), S6a. arable, 8a. meadow and pasture, 22a. 6^. rents of 
freemen, and 25«. Id. rents of villeins, &c. ; whereof Maud late the wife of 
Robert de Renny {alias de Reynny) holds a third part in dower by the 
king's order. 

C. Hen. HI. FUe 4. (12.) 

73. Richard son of Richard de Bellafago. 

Writ to the sheriflF of Oxford, 27 Jan. 80 Hen. IH. Inq. {undated.) 

Henry de Bella Fago is the heir of the said Richard the father, and remained 
in Normandy. 

Oxford. Pirie and Ledhal', 2 knights' fees, viz. — a third part held in demesne, 
and two parts by William son of Elias in service. Richard the father im- 
pleaded Emma de Pirie of the whole manor of Pirie by writ of King Henry 
the king's grandfather and they agreed, so that the said two parts remained 
to the said Emma and her heirs to be held of the said Richard, and the third 
part to the same Richard in demesne with the lordship of the two parts. 
{See No. 57.) 

C. Hen. III. FUe 4. (13.) 

74. Thomas de Aunou alias de Alnou, de Auno. 

Writ to the sheriff of Lmcoln, 15 Jan. 30 Hen. III. 

Lincoln. Extent {undated). 

Magna Painton alias Paunton, manor {or town), court {or capital 

messuage), 11 bovates land in demesne, 71. 8s. lOd. rent, 17Jd. warnoth, 

and 19s. men's work yearly. 

Herierby, 14«. and JZ6. pepper rent of assize. 

Denton, 70s. Qd. rent of assize, and 22i^d. warnoth. 

Lincoln. Extent {und-ated). To the same effect as the above. 

York. Inq. and extent {undated.) 

Carthorpe town, 90a. arable, 23a. meadow, and pasture for 120 sheep 
and 20 beasts in demesne ; 22 bovates of land in villenage, villenage rents, 
&c. amounting to 8Z. lis. 8^d. ; 5$. id. rents of free tenants ; pannage ; 
and aids of the men of Brineston worth 58. 9d. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 4. (14.) 



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75. Robert db Novo Buroo. 

Writ of extent to the sheriff of Somerset and Dorset, 10 June, 30 Hen. III. 
Extent {undated). 

His heir (unspecified) will be 23 at the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin. 

Somerset. Sureveton manor (extent given) • 
Hurdecote manor (extent given). 

Dorset. Winfrot alias Winfrod manor (extent given). 

Almere manor (extent given), and it renders 60«. to the abbess of 
St. Edward. 

Tenures unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. File 4. (15.) 

76. EoBERT DB Pont del archb alias de Pontb Archb. 

Writ to the sheriff of Gloucester, 22 Feb. 30 Hen. III. Extent (undated). 

Ealph, his brother, is his next heir, after William de Ponte Arche, whowas 
lately outlawed. 

Gloucester. Wulvrichesthrop town (extent given) held of the king in chief by 
10s. yearly, and doing suits at the king's barton outside Gloucester. 

Waddon and Mortun towns (extents given) held of the earl of Hereford 
in chief for 2J knights' fees, which Constance, late the wife of the said 
Eobert, now holds by the king's bail. The churches of Waddon and Morton 
are prebends of Hereford. 

Stanleg' alias Stanleye town (extent given) held of Ralph de Suthleg' in 
chief for J knight's fee, and now in the king's hands. 

Coccebiri alias Cokebiri, 4 virgates land in villenage and J mark tallage, 
held of the fee of the earl of Hereford for J fee, and now in the king's hands. 

C. Hen. HI. File 4. (16.) 



77. Robert db Sancto Gborgio. 

Ralph his son, aged 15 at Whitsuntide next, is his heir. 

Writ to the sheriff of Lincohi, 10 Feb. 80 Hen. IH. Extent {undated). 

Lincoln. (Unspecified^) 20J bovates land (full extent given with names of 
tenants) held of the king in chief by service of ^ knight's fee. 

The brethren of St. Katherine's, Lincoln, hold one bovate in frank 
almoin, and lady Petronilla sometime the wife of the said Robert ought to 
have J of the lands in dower. 

Writ to the sheriff of Nottingham, 10 Feb. 30 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Nottingham. Bodmeshill town with the soke, 2J carucates land (full extent 
given with names of tenants) held of the king in chief by service of J knight's 
fee, including lands &c. in Babwrthe, Ordeshale, Morton, Elkesley and 
Lund. 
Petronilla late the wife of the said Robert ought to have her dower out of all 

these lands. 

C. Hen. HI. File 4. (17.) 

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78. JOLLAND DB NBVII4I4. 

Writ to the sheriff of Kent, 5 Oct. 30 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 
JoUand, his son, aged 22^, is his heir. 

Kent. Sorene, 20/. land held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 4. (18.) 

79. Hugh son of James Wak*. 

Writ to the sherif! of Berks, 25 Nov. 30 Hen. IH. Inq. (undated fragment.) 

(Aline Wake and Joan de) Mumby, aunts of the said Hugh, and sisters of the 

said (James), 50 years or more, are his 

heirs. 

Berks. [? Benham (Valence)] and Boxhore, 161. land (held) of the king . . . 

of the queen's chamber. (See No. 858.) 

C. Hen. III. File 4. (19.) 

80. BoBEBT DE Ganct alias db Ghangt. 

Writ (misBing). Inq. (undated.) 

Thomas, his son, aged 2 at the feast of the Invention of the Holy Gross, 
30 Hen. HI, is his heir. 

York. Skerpingbec or Skerbinbec and Toraldeby, capital messuage, lands, mill, 
&c. (full extent given with names of tenants) held of the king in chief. The 
said Robert used to render to Sir William de Eos from the said lands 15«. 
yearly, but by what right is unknown to the jury. Margaret late the wife of 
the said Robert has a third of all the above lands. 

Endorsed : — ^After the death of the said Robert, a lady who was the wife 
of Sir Walter de Chancy, the said Robert's uncle, died, and all her dower 
came into the king's hands by wardship. 

Writ missing. Inq. (undated fragment.) 

[YoBK.] After the said Robert's death there happened a certain dower (extent 

given) in the king's hands in the quinzaine of the Blessed 

Mary in the king's 30th year, held by a lady named Maud Murdoc, 
including a farm of 6s. in Thoraldeby ; and another lady, mother of the said 
Robert, also holds a capital messuage lands &c. in dower (extent given)* 
Nor is there anything else there to be escheated. (30 Hen. HI.) 

C. Hen. III. File 4. (20.) 

81. NiciA DB Glinton. 

Writ to the sheriff of Buckingham, 16 Dec. 31 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 
William de Parys, knt., her son, is her heir. 

Buckingham. Aston township (extent given) held of the king in chief by 
serjeanty of finding one serjeant when the king goes with the army. 
Robert de Bello Campo holds in dower with Alice his wife 40Z. land, and 

Lady Eva de Clynton holds 201. land in dower. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 6. (1.) 

82. GiLBEBT DE BoLBBEC alias DE BOLEBEK. 

Writ to the sheriflf of Buckingham, 18 June, 31 Hen. IH. Inq. (undated.) 
Herbert (Erbertus), his son, is his heir. 



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Buckingham. Kingesheye town, 1 knight's fee held of the king in chief by 
knight's service. 

C. Hen. III. File 5. (2.) 

83. Stephen de Sumeby. 

Writ to the sheriff of Surrey, 31 May, 31 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
He died seven years ago. 

SuBREY. He was not seised of 4Z. rent of a moiety of the manor of Wysheleg,' 
which Roger de Sumery, his elder brother, demised at fee farm to Robert de 
Briwes. 

C. Hen. HI. FiU 6. (3.) 

84. Lambebt de Muleton. 

Writ to the sheriff of Cumberland, 27 Nov. Inq. Friday the morrow of St. Lucy. 

31 Hen. III. 

Thomas, his son, aged 21 on the morrow of the Invention of the Holy Cross 
last, is his heir. 

Cumberland. Egremund, held of the king in chief by service of one knight's 
fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 5. (4.) 

85. RoBEBT de Sottebbog alias de Sotesbbog. 

Mandate from the sheriff of Berks to the bailiff of the seven hundreds of Wyndls' 
with transcript of wnt {undated). Inq. (The day of the Purification, 
31 Hen. III.) 
Robert, his son, aged 16 this day of the Purification, 31 Hen. Ill, is his heir. 

Bbbks. Sotesbroc, 2 carucates land, &c. (extent given), held of the king by 
service of 1 knight's fee, 20«. yearly to the guard of the Castle of Wyndelsor' 
to be quit of his guard of 40 days, and 12d. yearly to the exchequer at 
Westminster. 

C. Hen. III. File 5. (5.) 

86. Philip de Glammobgan. 

JVrit to the sheriff of Southampton, 15 Oct. 31 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated and 
defaced.) 
William ? de Glamorgan, knt., is his heir without challenge, 

Southampton. (Unspecified) one knight's fee (extent given) held of the king in 
chief by reason of the wardship of the land and heir of Baldwin de Insula 
sometime earl of Devon, now in the king's hands. 

C. Hen. III. File 5. (6.) 

87. Ralph de Hodbno alias de Hodeino. 

Writ of extent to the sheriff of Essex, 10 July, 31 Hen. III. Extent (undated). 

Essex. Mapelterested town, 319a. land, 12Ja. meadow, 20a. pasture, herbage, 
66a. wood, 75s. 2c2. rent of assize &c. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 5. (7.) 

88. Elias de Boctun alias de Bocton. 

Writ to H. de Wengtham, escheator, 1 Oct. 81 Hen. IH. Extent (undated). 
Peter, his eldest son, aged 22 and more, is his heir. 



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Kent. Bocton manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service of 1 
knight's fee. And from thence are due yearly to the leper hospital of 
Boulogne (Bononia) 20Z. 

Land called la Gressimere held of Sir Reginald de Cobbeham by service 
of ^ knight's fee, and a mill there of the fee of the abbot of St. Augustine's, 
Canterbury. 

C. Hen. III. File 5. (8.) 

89. Robert db Wodbton. 

Mandate of H. de Wingham to the escheator of Salop mth transcript of writ 
(undated). Inq. Wednesday before St. Martin, 81 Hen. HI. 

SAiiOP. Hugger, a moiety of the manor with a capital messuage held of Isabel 
de Mortuo Mari by service of J knight's fee, by reason that Hugh, son of 
Roger de Mortuo Mari, assigned the same to her in dower. 

C. Hen. HI. File 5. (9.) 

90. Robert db Wodbton. 

Writ 28 Oct. (31 ?) Hen. Ill, of assignment of dower to Agnes, late the wife of 
the said Robert, of the following lands. Assignment of dower {missing). 

Salop. Hugeleye, lands held of Ralph de Mortuo Mari. 

E. Series I. File 1. m. 7. 

91. Walter db Ken alias db Kan. 

Writ to the sheriff of Hertford, 21 July, 31 Henry III, Inq. (tmdated.) 

Hertford. The said Walter was seised of 10 marks rent in Coddr' alias Coudray 
by Williain de Kan, from the feast of St. Hilary to the feast of St. Mary in 
March, 28 Hen. HI, when they were taken into the king's hands. 

C. Hen. III. File 5. (10.) 



92. Osbbrt db Brightlingeseyb alias de Bbihtlinoeseta. 

Writ to the sheriff of Essex, 7 Jan. 31 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Avelina wife of Peter de Aldham, Joan wife of Roger de Blakeham and 
Roesia wife of Richard de Munvirun, his sisters, are his heirs and of full 
age. 

Essex. Adburgetun, 1 carucate land held of the king in chief of the honour 
of Boulogne by service of J knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 6. (11.) 

93. Richard db Angentein alias Darobntbin. 

Writ to the sheriff of Hertford, 9 Jan. 31 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Giles Dargentein is his heir. 

Hertford. Magna Wylemundeleg', 1 J carucate land held of the king in chief by 
service of serving with a cup at the king's chief feasts when directed by the 
king's steward. 

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94. Master Odo db Sgerinton. 

Writ to the sheriff of Kent, 15 Oct. 81 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Walran de Scerinton his brother, aged 40 and more, is his heir. 

•Rent. Delce manor, held of the king in chief by service of 1 J knights' fee, and 
doing guard at Bochester Castle as mach as pertains to that fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 5. (13.) 

95. Hugh db Sangto Mabtino. 

Writ (jnutilated) to H. de Wengham escheator .... Aug. 81, Hen. HI. 
Inq. {undated and mutilated^ 
Peter, his son, aged 23, is his heir. 

Oxford. Lillingstan manor (extent given) held of the king by serjeanty 

by service at great feasts. 

C. Hen. III. File 5. (14.) 

96. Philip de Abingeton alias de Abbington. 

Writ to the sheriff of Cambridge, 10 March, 31 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
William, his son, aged 26, is his heir. 

Cambridge. (Unspecified) 1 knight's fee held of the King in chief by service of 
one knight. 

C. Hen. III. File 5, (15.) 

97. Agatha Trussebut alias Trussebuth. 

Writ to the sheriff of York, 28 Feb. 31 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
William de Eos is her heir. 

York. Dicton manor held of the king in chief by royal service only. 

Writ to the sheriff of Buckingham, 28 Feb. 31 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Buckingham. The said Agatha was of good memory when she gave to Roger 
Bozon alias Buzun, Bocon, the wardship of the land that was of 
Alexander de Cheynny alias Chenay in Islamsted, who was in seisin thereof 
for 3 days before and 3 days after her death, until William son of Hamon, 
ejected him. 

C. Hen. III. File 6. (16.) 

98. Banulph le Poer. 

Commission of extent, 21 July, 31 Hen. III. Extent (undated). 
Banulph his son, aged 12, is his heir. 

Dbrbt. Penkeston manor (extent given) held of the heirs of Auferton of the 
heirs of Robert son of William, and by them of the king in chief. It is not 
escheat. One third is held in dower by the wife of Ranulph le Poer, father 
of this Ranulph. (See No. 43.) 

C. Hen. III. File 5. (17.) 

99. Robert Musard. 

Ralph Musard his brother, aged 40 and more, is his heir. 

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Berks. Spersholte, 2 carucates land held of the king in chief by service of 1 
knight's fee. 

Writ to the sheriff of Gloucester, 30 May, 31 Hen. III. Inq, (missing.) 

Derby. Inq. (undated.) 

Staveley town, 67 bovates land, 41. 14s. lOd. rent, mills, meadow, 4Z. 
villeins, aid, &c. held of the king in chief with other lands by service of 16 
knights' fees ; which fees are in cos. Gloucester, Berks and Warwick. 

C. Hen. III. File S. (18.) 

100. Thomas db Plumberghb alias db Plumberche. 

Writ to the sheriff of Essex, 11 April, 31 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Laurence his son, aged 30 and more, is his heir. 

Essex. Sutton and Plumberch, 410a., 52s. Id. rent of assize, two marshes and 
8a. wood, held of the king by service of 2 knights fees. 

Writ to the keeper of the honour of Radleh', 13 June, 31 Hen. Ill, 

[Essex.] Inq. (undated.) 

The said Thomas died seised of the marsh of Magna Eogewerde, because 
Christiana his wife took the profits thereof to the use of the said Thomas 
until his (ar ? her) death ; and he died seised of Bekener and Lovedone, Langeleg' 
wood, and 20a. land and 1 messuage in Bocheford, and they fall to the said 
Laurence by inheritance ; but the said Thomas did not die seised of 20a. land in 
Plumberghe because John his son had full seisin thereof. 

C. Hen. III. File 6. (19.) 



101. Gilbert son of Daniel db Dunbsden alias db Dunnbston. 

Writ to the guardian of the bishopric of Salisbury, 28 Dec. 31 Hen. HI. Inq. 
(undated.) 
Ellen, his daughter, aged 2^, is his heir. 

[Berks.] Soninges alias Sunninges manor, 80a. in demesne, meadow, pasture, a 
court and garden, and ISd. and lib. cummin rent (held of the bishopric of 
Sarum). 
Annora, his wife, seeks her dower. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 5. (20.) 

102. William son of Hamon. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated but endorsed : — ' ante annum 32 H. III.') 
Alan, son of Hamon, his brother, is his heir. 

[Northampton.] Wica manor (extent given) with a wood in the king's forest and 
the advowson of the chapel, held of the king in chief by service of J knight's 
fee. 

Tenford, J knight's fee, which Nicholas de Haversham held of him, held 
of the king by service of one sore fish hawk and the king's foreign service. 

Maidewelle, 1 knight's fee, which Alan de Maidewelle held of him, 
held of the king by service of 1 knight's fee. (See No. 126.) 

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103. Maud late the wife of Peter db Lincoln. 

Writ to the sheriff of Lincoln, 19 Feb. 31 Hen. HI. Inq. {undated.) 

Her four daughters, the youngest of whom is aged 24, are her heirs. 
William de Gastre has the eldest to wife. 

Lincoln. Clisseby, 7 bovates land and 59«. rent, held of the king in chief by 
falconer's service, viz. : — bearing one falcon in season. But afterwards 
Godfrey de Eaynham, who had to wife the sister of the said Maud, deraigned 
against her 2^ bovates, and holds them still. 

C. Hen. III. File 6. (2.) 

104. Richard Orric'. 

Writ to Henry de Wingham and his co-escheator in co. Essex, 23 July, 
31 Hen. III. Extent and a'ppraisement {undated and defaced). 
Isabel and Maud, his sisters, (are his heirs) and of full age. 

Essex. Wicford, 320a. &c. (extent given), with 46«. and lib. cummin rent in 
Kewedon, and pasture in Raueden marsh, held of the king in chief by 
service of J knight's fee. 

C. Hen. HI. File 6. (3.) 

105. Thomas Corbet of Tasselegh. 

Writ to Henry de Wingham and his co-escheator in co. Stafford, 18 July, 
31 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
Roger his son, aged 25, is his heir. 

Stafford. Bromleg' manor held of the king in chief at fee farm by 41. yearly 
rent. 

C. Hen. III. File 6. (4.) 

106. Joan db Morvill. 

Writ to the sheriff of Cumberland, 11 March. Inq. the morrow of Palm Sunday, 
31 Hen, HL 
Helewisia and Ada are her heirs and of full age. 

Cumberland. Burgh on the Sands town, 8 carucates land, and in Ayketon 
town, 7 carucates land, paying cornage for the same to the king, and if the 
king should cross through Cumberland, going in the army in the vanguard 
and returning in the rearguard. 

The said Joan gave to Sir Eichard de Wennun her daughter Helewisia 
in marriage and with her 6 carucates of land in Neucrayc ? which he held of 
the said Joan, and she of the king, by cornage ; and she gave to Sir Ealph 
de Leventon with Ada her daughter in marriage 6 carucates land in 
Kircosewal and 3 carucates in Laysingbi, which he held of the said Joan, and 
she of the king, by cornage. 

C. Hen. III. File 6. (5.) 

107. Alice Haget. 

Writ to the sheriff of York, 3 Feb. 31 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Bichard Wallensis son of her first daughter, and Nicholaa her second 
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York. Friston and Feri, 200a. land and 26Ja. meadow in demesne, 15 bovates 
land in bondage, 54s. rents from free tenants, 26«. from a windmill, and 6s. 
from the farm of Marton, &c. 

Prikeley, 64Ja. in demesne, 2a. meadow, 11 bovates land in bondage, 
12s. 7Jd. rents from free tenants, &c. 

(Held of the son and heir of J. de Lacy sometime earl of Lincoln, who 
is in the king's ward.) 

G. Hen. III. File 6. (6.) 

108. Pbtbb de Malo Lacu. 

Writ to the sheriff of York, 3 June, 31 Hen. IIL Inq. {undated.) 

YoBK. Peter de Malo Lacu, on his departure for the Holy Land, granted to Sir 
Gerard la Grue the first wardship or escheat which should happen to him, 
and when the Lady Idonea de Veteri Ponte died Eeginald, his stewiard, put 
the said Gerard in seisin of the wardship of the lands of Westerfeud and 
Bautre (extent given), on the day of All Saints, 26 Hen. HI, and the Cir- 
cumcision following the king's bailiffs took seisin of the lands which were of 
the said Peter de Malo Lacu. 

C. Hen. HI. File 6. (7.) 

109. Mastbb Albxandeb le Seguleb. 

Writ to Henry de Wyngham, escheator, 1 Oct. Inq. St. Luke's day, 
31 Hen. HI {defective). 
Nicholas le Seculer, his brother, aged 30, is his heir. 

Hbbbfobd. Sutton, 4 virgates land held of the king in chief by serjeanty of con- 
ducting treasure and summoning the Barons. 

Maurdin, a mill and 1 virgate land. 

Wystanestun, 1 virgate land, a moiety by socage and the other moiety 
by serjeanty. 

Dunemor, 1 carucate land. 

Hyrchenefeld in Humfrayston, 40 acres land and a mill. 

Hendre Aghes, J mark of land. 

Hereford City, 1 burgage, and 1 shop held of the king in chief and 30 
curtilages, &c. 

(Unspecified), 1 virgate land held of Simon de Wafre. 

Amberleye, 2 carucates land held of Peter de Stanton. 

Froremerton, 1 messuage and 9 acres land held of Henry de Monemut. 

Syremede, 3a. meadow held of the sons of Walter de Mu . . gros. 

Wystanestun, 6a. meadow and la. pasture held of Simon de Wafre. 

Maurdin, 8a. land and Ja. meadow and 1 messuage held of Walter de 
Maurdin. 

Wynesleye, 1 virgate land held of the prior of Leomenystre. 

Smetheleye, 1 virgate land held of the chapter of Hereford. 

(Welynton), 28a. held of Welynton township. 

La Burcote, J virgate and 14s. rent held of Walter de la Burcote. 

Dewyeschurche, 1 carucate land held of the prior of Kilpec? and others. 

Herford, 8 messuages held of the chapter of Hereford ; and 4 messuages 
and a windmill of the tenement of the bishop of Hereford. 

Strettun, 1 mark rent held of Peter de la Were , • • 

burgage held of Alice de Chans .... 

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110. Simon de Brioyn, alias db Bbion, de Bryan. 

Writ to H. de Wengtham, escheator, 28 July, 81 Hen. III. 

Dorset. Extent Tuesday before St. Lawrence, 31 Hen. III. 

Almere town, 200a. arable in demesne, 1 virgate held by Walter de 

Normanvill by IW. pepper rent, rents of villeins, 10a. meadow, 6a. wood, 

&c., held of Margaret countess of Lincoln and Pembroke, by service of 

i knight's fee. 

His daughter, named Margaret as it is said, bom on the vigil of St. Margaret, 
81 Hen. Ill, is his heir. 

Oxford. Extent {undated.) 

Edburburi, demesne lands worth 4Z. 14«. lOd. and 51. Ss. 2d. rents of 
freemen and villeins were held of the king in chief by Asculph de Pratell ' 
by service of i knight's fee, and by him given to Thomas le Bretun in 
2 Hen. Ill, who in 25 Hen. Ill enfeoffed thereof Walter le Bus, abbot of 
Cirencester, for a yearly rent of 71. ; after the said Thomas's death Walter de 
Bryan his nephew and heir received the said rent, and after his death the 
said Simon his son. 
His heir is unknown to the jury, but they have heard say that he has a boy 

aged one year. 

Berks. Wanting town, SI. land held of William Longespeye. 

The king has granted to WiUiam de Sinago ? the wardship and marriage of 
the said Simon's heir. 

C. Hen. III. File 6. (9.) 

111. William Burdun. 

Writ to the sheriff of Northampton, 18 Feb. 81 Hen. III. Inq. (undated and 

dejective.) 

Alexander, son of Nicholas de Biston, and of Alice, elder daughter of the 
said William and Agnes, his wife, aged 16, and Juetta, their younger daughter, 
wife of Simon (Drayton ?) aged , are their heirs. 

Northampton. Desburg, 1 carucate land (extent given) including a capital 
messuage, &c. held of the king in chief of the inheritance of Agnes 
Angevine, sometime his wife, by service of 1 J knights' fee. 

C. Hen. HI. File 6, (10.) 

112. OsBERT GiFFARD and Alice Murdac. 

Writ of extent to Henry de Wingham and his co-escheators, 24 July, 31 Hen. III. 
Osbert, son of the said Osbert, age variously stated as 12J, 13J, and 13 on the 
quinzaine before St. John the Baptist last, is heir of the said Osbert and Alice. 

Somerset. Extent (undated). . 

Foxcote manor (extent given) held by the said Osbert of Maurice de 
Berlay by service of J knight's fee. 

Somerset. Extent (nndated). 

Theaumes manor (extent given) held by the said Osbert of Elias 
Giffard by service of one knight's fee. 

Gloucester. Pinchecomb', 1 carucate land and 28s. rent held of the king by 
socage rendering 58. yearly to the sheriff. 

Acton town, 40«. rent held by the said Osbert of Elias Giffard. 



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Devon, Extent (undated). 

HekebokeV manor (ejstent given) including Comptun, HanknoUe and 
Hoo, sometime held by the said Osbert and Isabel hiis wife, out of which 
the prior of Plimpton has 12a. in frank almoin and the advowson of the 
church of Ekebokel'. 

Oxford. Extent {undated), 

Stanlac, J of the manor (extent given) held by the said Alice Murdac of 
Beatrice her sister. 

Northampton. Teynford, J of i of the town similarly held, and it is of the 
honour of Wallingford. 

Tannemer .... 1 carucate land held by the said Osbert of 
Balph Eameis. 

Oxford. Extent {undated). 

Dadinton, ^ of the manor (extent given with names of tenants) held by 
the said Alice of the king by service of ^ of 2 knights' fees. 

Nether Orton, 44«. 4d. rent held by the said Alice of the wardship of 
Osbert Giffard. 

Derneford, 60«. rent held by the said Alice. 

Dorset. Extent^ Sunday before the Decollation of St. John the Baptist. 

Langeham manor in Gillingeham manor (extent given) held by the said 
Osbert of the king in chief rendering one pair of spurs yearly or 4d. 

Dorset. Extent {undated). 

Winterborn Hueton manor (full extent given) held of Eeginald de 
Mohun at fee farm for 14Z. 10s. yearly and service of 2 fees. 

C. Hen. III. File 6. (11.) 

113. Robert Lupus. 

Wnt of extent to the sheriflF of Lincoln, 10 May, 31 Hen. III. Extent {undated). 

Lincoln. Carleton manor (full extent given) including lands, &c. in the field 
of Riston, Little Carleton, Crevequer, Westfen, Carleton Marsh, Tonsicroft, 
Hauercroft and Riskecroft, and the rent of Danby. 

C. Hen. HI. File 6. (12.) 

114. William db Lancastr'. 

Writ to the sheriff of Lancaster, 26 Dec. 81 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Peter de Brus, of full age, and Walter, son of William de Lyndeseya, aged 16, 
are his heirs. 

Lancaster. (Unspecified) 36^ carucates land held of the king in chief by service 
of one knight, 

Warton, advowson of the church. 

Westmorland. Writ to the sheriff concerning enfeoffments, 6 Sept. Inq. 

Thursday after the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 31 Hen. III. 

The said William, on his death bed, viz. on Tuesday after St. Edmund last, 
enfeoffed John de Brus of the manor of Kylington, and died on Wednesday the 
vigil of St. Andrew ; and he committed the wardship of the said land and of the 
said John to the prior of Coningisheved, and a canon of Coningisheved went and 
took seisin on the part of John and the said William took his homage. He 
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Helsington, .... Duble 20a. ; John le Waleys 22a. ; and 
Philip de Mara 12a. 

Crosth', Thomas the Leech (Medicum) 14a. ; and Philip the Cook {Cocum) 
13a. 

Sleddale, Roland de Renegile 39a. arable and pasture ; Gilbert de Berbr* 
20a. ; and Robert de Layburne 3 Ja. meadow with pasture. 

Scaltwaitrig, William de Molineus 40a. with pasture; and William 
de Nordwde a moiety of Scaltwaitrig. 

Patricdale, Roger de Lane' 200a. of demesne, with a mill, herbeige, 
pannage and 28«. lOd. rent ; the services of Gilbert and Walter de Lane' 
who each hold ^^ knight's fee ; the whole of the forest of Westm', excepting 
Feusdale, Swarte fell and the head of Martindale, which he held before 
of old enfeoffment. 

Quitewelle, 3s. rent he released to Gilbert the Constable (Constabulario) 
for Id. yearly. 

He gave also to the hospital of St. Leonard, Kirkeby, 44 quarters of 
oatmeal yearly from Patton mill; and gave the advowson and custody of 
the hospital to the prior of Coningisheved. 

All the above were enfeoffed between Monday the feast of St. Edmund and 
the Wednesday following, and about the middle of the night because his death 
was feared the seal was broken, and afterwards he lived for another hour and 
then died : they had no seisin except through themselves. 

Lancaster. Inq. Tuesday after St. Matthew, 31 Hen. III. 

The said William enfeoffed the following on his death bed, viz. — 
Scotford, John Buscel 15a. land. 

Kirlundfeldes, Robert the Tailor (Scissarem), 56a. arable in the fields, and 
Kirkelund wood. 

Withul, Richard de Kirkeb' J mark rent. 

Gairstang, 4 bovates land he bequeathed with his heart to the abbot of 
Eokersond. 

All the above were enfeoffed within 3 days of the death of the said WilUam 
but had no seisin except through themselves. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 6. (18.) 

115. Peter Tylloll alias de Tillolf. 

Writ of extent to Robert de Creppingis, 18 Nov. Extent The vigil of 

St. Nicholas, 31 Hen. III. {defective). 

Geofrey, his son, aged 16 in the first week of Lent last, is his heir. Of his 

marriage the jury know nothing. He lies sick at Cauntebrige and his 

is broken, as is said. 

Cumberland. Scalebi (full extent given) including Hotton and Etardeby, held 
of the king in chief, excepting 1 carucate in Scaleby which is held of Sir 
Thomas de Multon by knight's service. 

Solpert (extent given) held of the barony (paronia) of Lidel of Sir Hugh 
Bigot. 

Ricardeby (extent given) held of the prior of Carlisle (Karleoly) by 
1 mark rent. 

C. Hen. UL Fik 6. (14.) 

116. William de Hbrtwbll. 

Writ to Henry de Wingham and his co-escheator in co. Bucks, 20 July, 
81 Hen. III. Inq. (missing.) 

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117. Walter le Saungmedle alias Saunmelle. 

Writ to J. son of Geoffrey, Justiciary of Ireland, 6 Aug. 31 Hen. III. Inq. 
(undated.) 

Ireland. He was insane when he made agreement with Walter son of Alfred 
concerning the land of Eillene alias Einnelen before the king's justices. 

'C, Hen. III. File 6. (16.) 

118. William Burnel. 

Writ to Henry de Wyngham and his co-escheator in co. Salop, 13 July, 
31 Hen. Ill, of assignment of dower ^ to Roesia late his wife, the heir being in 
the king's ward. Assignment (missing). 

E. Series I. File 1. m. 3. 

119. William Burnel. 

Writ to Henry de Wingeham and his co-escheator in co. Salop, 20 Oct, 
31 Hen. in, to give seisin to William his son. 

E. Series I. File 1. m. 4. 

120. Thomas de Hoton. 

Writ to the sheriff of Cumberland, 29 Oct. 32 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Cecily his daughter, aged 20, wife of Nicholas le Venur, is his heir. 

Cumberland. (Unspecified) J carucate and 2a. land held (of the king in chiei[), 
and the said Thomas gave two bovates to the said Nicholas with the said 
Cecily in marriage. 

Alexander de Capella keeps the Hay of Plumton for the land which he 
holds in Hoton, and similarly for the said land which the said Thomas held. 

C. Hen. III. File 6. (17.) 

121. BoBBRT DE Hareston dlias de Harstan. 

Writ to Thomas de Stamford and his co-escheator in co. Derby, 8 April, 32 Hen. III. 
Extent (undated). 
Peter de Harstan, aged 30 and more, is his heir. 

Derby. Sutton in Dal (extent given), held (of the king in chief) for ^ knight's 
fee 

C. Hen. III. File 6. (18.) 

122. Aht, late the wife of Bobert son of Aeri. 

Writ super causa captionis to the sheriff of Salop, 13 Jan. 32 Hen. III. Inq. 
(undated.) 

Salop. Withiford mill was bequeathed to the abbey of Hageman alias Hagh- 
man by the said Bobert, and after his decease William his brother entered 
upon his lands as heir, and dowered the said Amy of the town and mill of 
Withiford ; and the abbot impleaded the said William, who gave him 20«. 
yearly for the mill to be received at Wetenaston and Muchelegam ? Amy 
died seised of the said township and mill in dower, and the abbot was never 
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The sheriff took the mill with the town into the king's hands because 
there was no escheator, and the other lands of the heir of Withiford were in 
the king's hands. 

C. Hen. III. File 6, (19.) 

123. William de Essbbi* 

Writ {missing). Inq. {undated, but endorsed * 82 H, 3.') 
Bobert, his son, aged 6^, is his heir. 

[Northampton.] Catesbi and Neubotel town (extent given) held of the king in 
chief by service of one knight. 

Crec town, 6J virgates land in demesne, 15 virgates land held by 
customary tenants, 66^. rent of assize, 5l8. 4i. customs of villeins, and 
4J marks tallage, held of Roger de Mumbrei by service of J of one knight, 

Lillebum, J of the town (extent given) held of Agnes; daughter of 
Nicholas Abbe by service of J of one knight, and i of one sparrowhawk. 
{See Rot. Fin. 32 Hen. HI. m. 3.) 

C. Hen. HI. File 6. (20.) 

124. Elias Giffabd. 

Writ {missing). Inq. {undated but endorsed * 32 H. 3 *) {defective.) 
his son, aged 16, is his heir. 

Wilts. Winterburne manor (extent given) held of the king in chief as the head 
of his barony. 

Semton manor (extent given), held of the king as pertaining to 
the said barony. 

Ayston manor (extent given) held of John Mautravers in free marriage. 
{See No. 875*) 

C. Hen. III. File 7. (1.) 

125. BOBERT DE StOEEPORD. 

Writ {missing). Inq. Saturday after the Annunciation {regnal year omitted but 

endorsed * 32 H. 3 ') {defaced). 

Robert his son, is his heir, and of full age, and his father was in the wardship 
of Ranulph sometime earl of Chester, because Sir Ham (on) de Mascy, of whom he 
held by knight's service, was in the said earl's ward. 

Chester. Merpel and Wibbersleg, held of the king in chief by serjeanty, viz. 
forestry, and Sir Richard de Yernon holds the said land of him, doing 
forester's service to the king. 

Stokepord and Mottrum, held of Sir H. Dispenser by 10«. yearly. 

Echelis, held of Sir Ham (on) de Mascy by service of J knight's fee. 

Bredbury and Bruninton, held of the said Ham(on) by service of find- 
ing him a man and a pack-horse and sack for carrying his armour in time 
of war at the cost of the said Ham (on). 

Poninton and Wideforde, held of Richard by 20«. rent. 

Hattirsleg' (?), held of Sir Thomas de Burgo by finding him one suitor 
at his court of .... tr'. 

Northbury, Torkinton, Offerton, Wichinton, and a moiety of Merton, 
held of Sir Walkelin de Arderne by service of 3 parts of one knight. 

Bosedon, held of Sir Geoffrey de Bucton by service of | of one knight. 



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Sharston (?), a moiety, and one bovate in • .... gel town held 
of Sir Walkelin de Arderne by Ji. rent. (See Rot. Fin. 32 Hen. III. m. 6.) 

C. Hen. HI. File 7. (2.) 

126. Alan son of Hahon. 

WrU (missing). 

John, his son, aged 30 and more, is his heir. 

[Northampton.] Inq. {undated but endorsed * 32 H. 3.') 

Wike town, 3 carncates held of the king in chief by service of J knight's 
fee, which the Lady Helewisa sometime the wife of W. his brother has in 
dower. 

Maidewelle, 1 knight's fee held by Simon de Meidewell of the said 
Alan, and by him of the king. 

Tenford, J knight's fee held by Nicholas de Haversham of the said Alan, 
and by him of the king. 

Buckingham. Extent (undated hut endorsed * 32 H. 3.') 
Wlvrynton manor (extent given). 
Padebyri manor (extent given). 
Ghalfhunte manor (extent given). 

Wlvrynton with the honour is held of the king in chief for 20 knights* 
fees pertaining to the barony of Wlvrynton. (See Rot. Fin. 32 Hen. HI. 
m. 1.) 

C. Hen. HI. File 7. (3.) 

127. Sib H. db Cobon. 

Writ (missing). Inq. Saturday after the Annunciation (regnal year omitted hut 
endorsed * 32 H. 3.') (defective). 
, aged 3^, is his heir. 

Ghestbb. Macclesfield hundred, 4 bovates land (unspecified) held in demesne. 
Feddeleg, held in demesne. 

Adelvinton, a mill, 24 bovates land, an assart and many other parcels, 
held of the king in chief by service of ^ knight's fee. His wife is dowered of 
a third part. 

C. Hen. HI. File 7. (4.) 

128. Matthew alias Mapheus Wake. 

Writ to H. de Wehengham and his co-escheator in co. Wilts, 20 Sept. 

32 Hen. IH. Inq. (undated.) 

Christiana, Joan and Ela his daughters, are his heirs, and are of mature age 
and betrothed. 

Wilts. Hebelesbum manor (extent given) held of the king in chief for one 
knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File!. (5.) 

129. Bichabd son of Bichabd alias Bichabd son of Balph. 

Writ to the sheriff of Devon, 18 July. Inq. Tuesday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 

33 Hen. Ill (defective). 

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Devon. Sillingeford and Parendun, the knight's fee, which the bailiffs of 
Plinton took into the king's hands after the death of Richard son of Ralph 
was held of John le Botiller and Hawisia his wife, by reason of the dower 
of the said Hawisia from Richard le Spec sometime her husband, and the 

said Richard in the court of Plimpton, because 

the son and heir of the said Richard le Spec and Hawisia was under age. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 7. (6.) 

130. John le Venttb. 

Writ (missing). Inq. Saturday before St. Peter ad Vincula, 33 Hen. [III]. 

Hbbefoed. Maurdin manor, 1 virgate land held of the king by the king's gift 
in villenage. 

C. Hen. HI. FUe 7. (7.) 

131. Philippa de Tilly alias de Tilli. 

Writ to the sheriff of York, 25 Nov. 33 Hen. HI. Extent (undated). 

ToBK. Meltun town, 100a. land in demesne, and 7 bovates in villenage, 8s. 
6d. from free men, 5«. from hall and court, and 20«. yearly from wood. The 
said Philippa was born in England and relinquished her land in Normandy 
for her land in England, and the jury understand that she was English 
rather than Norman. 

C. Hen. HI. FUe 7. (8.) 

132. Geoffbey de Nevill. 

Writ to the sheriff of Lincoln, 31 July, 33 Hen. IH. Inq. (undated.) 

Lincoln. Appelby soke, J knight's fee ought to be held by Mabel sometime his 
wife of the king in cMef, but no other land. 

C. Hen. III. File 7. (9.) 

133. ROBEBT RUSSEL. 

Writ to Henry de Wingeham and his co-escheator in co. Cambridge, 28 April, 

33 Hen. HI. 

John Russel, his brother, age variously stated as 28 and more and 30, is his 
heir. 

Cambeidge. Inq. (undated.) Pappewrth', 10 virgates land (extent given) held 
of the king in chief by service of feeding two poor people daily for ever, for 
(the benefit of) the souls of the king and his ancestors. 

Huntingdon. Inq. (undated.) 

Grafham, 2 carucates land held of many lords, rendering Is. 4d. ; and 
8«. rent there. 

Cattewrth', 5s. 6d. rent held of the abbot of Sautre, rendering 2d. 
Weston, 35«. 8d. rent held of Hugh Peche (?), rendering 1 pair of 
gilt spurs yearly ; and 5 acres meadow there. 

C. Hen. III. File 7. (10.) 



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134. Maud late the wife of Geoffrey db Cerlandb alias db Serflaung*. 

Writ to Henry de Wyngeham and his co-eflcheator in Lindesey, 27 Sept. 

33 Hen. IH. Inq. (undated.) 

Agatha, wife of Sir John de Mares, Joan, wife of Ralph de Planaz, and 
Alice, sometime the wife of Henry de Sancto Hillario, each aged 40, are her heirs. 

Lincoln. Bondeby town, lOL land held of the king in chief by J knight's fee. 

a. Hen. III. File 7. (11.) 

135. Geoffrey lb Aungevyn alias Angevin. 

Writ to the sheriff of Huntingdon, 6 April, 33 Hen. HI. Inq. {undated.) 
William, his son, aged 8J, is his heir. 

Huntingdon. Akedene, 30a. land held of the gift of the king, and none ever 
did service for it. 

C. Hen. HI. FiU 7. (12.) 

136. Isabel db Bureton alias de Burtun. 

Writ to Henry de Wingeham and his co-escheator in co. Salop, 28 April, 
33 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
Ralph, her son, aged 40 and more, is her heir. 

Salop. Polileg', three ^ virgates land held of the king in chief by service of 
keeping the forest of La Lye. 

Burton, ^ carucate land, 14«. lOd. rent, and J mark tallage of villeins, 
held of the abbot of Shrewsbury {Salopesbure) by service of 1 salmon 
yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 7. (13.) 

137. Hugh de Sancto Philebbrto. 

Mandate from H. de Wingeham to the sheriff of Berks with transcript of writ, 
15 June. Inq. the day of St. John the Baptist, 38 Hen. III. 
Hugh, his son, aged 24, is his heir. 

Berks. Greswelle town, a certain land (extent given) held in chief of the king, 
whence his ancestors sometime served de la Huse. 

C. Hen. III. File 7. (14.) 

138. Gboffrey db Heriz alias de Stapilford. 

Writ to the sheriff of Nottingham, 29 April, 33 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
Richard de Heriz, his (son ?), is his heir, and of full age. 

Nottingham. Stapilford, 1 knight's fee held of the king in chief. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 7. (15.) 

139. William Paynel alias Fainel. 

Writ to Henry de Wengham and his co-escheator in co. Devon, 2 Jan. 

33 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 

Lady Auda, wife of John de Balun, age variously stated as 30 and more, and 
40, is his heir. 

Devon. Baunton manor held of the king in chief, with 30^. land which he gave 
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Huflfeculm manor held of the king in chief, with lOZ. land which Fulk 
Painel gave to William Briwer the elder, and the said William to the abbey 
of Dunekeswille in frank almoin ; but afterwards William Briwer the 
younger, as patron of the said abbey, bestowed the said lOZ. land upon 
William Painel, father of this one, in free marriage with Alice his sister, and 
the heirs of their bodies. 

Similar writ for co. Somerset, 2 Jan. 33 Hen. HI. Inq, (widated.) 

Somerset. Honespill manor, held of the king in chief, service unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. File 7. (16.) 

140. William Basset. 

Writ to Henry de Wengham and his co-escheator in co. Buckingham, 22 June, 
33 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
Robert Basset son of John Basset, his nephew, is his heir and of full age, 

Buckingham. Adestok, J "knight's fee (extent given) held of the king in chief . 

Lincoln. Germundestorp, land (unspecified) held of the inheritance of Maud 
his wife. 

C. Hen. III. File 7. (17.) 

141. Ralph de Dune. 

Wiit to Henry de Wengham and his co-escheator in co. Devon, 24 Sept. 
33 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Ralph, his son, aged 5, is his heir. 

Devon. Dune, 4^ ferlings land in demesne, with meadow, garden, 20^. rent of 
assize, &c. 

Wyk', 2 ferlings land in demesne, meadow, 12s. lOd. rent of assize, &c. 
Huggetun, 1 mark rent of assize. 
All held * de com' Plimpton sive de Insula* by service of J knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 7. (18.) 

142. EUDBIC LE BUTILLEB. 

Writ of extent to the sheriff of York, 16 Sept. 33 Hen. III. Extent {undated). 

Yore. Eolton alias Golton, capital messuage and garden, 36a. land in demesne, 
2a. and \r. meadow, 9 bovates land, 2 tofts, 2 small pieces of land, and a 
windmill, &c. 

Apilton, 12a. land in demesne. 

C. Hen. III. FU^ 7. (19.) 

143. Thomas de Bethum. 

Writ to Thomas de Stanford and his co-escheator in co. Lancaster, 11 March. 
Inq. Saturday after the close of Easter, 83 Hen. Ill {defective). 
hum, is his heir, and of full age. 

Lancaster. Kelgrimisharg and Burwadbruning, 9^ bovates land (extent given) 
held of the king in chief by knight's service, where 12 carucates make a 
knight's fee. 

Warton, 3 carucates land (extent given) held of the earl of Lincoln, 
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Argarmel, 8 bovates land held of the said earl, whereof 

. . . . worth 12s. yearly, and 2 bovates held by knight's service only. 
Nusum, 2 bovates land held of the said earl by knight's service. 

C. Hen. III. File 1. (20.) 

144. GUNNORA DE LA MaBB. 

Writ to the sherijBf of Oxford, 10 Jan. 83 Hen. III. 

Henry, son of Henry Tracy her uncle, aged 13 at Whitsunday, 85 Hen. HI, 
and a son of Henry de la Mare, whose name is unknown, aged 15, are variously 
stated to be her heir. 

Oxford. Inq. {undated.) 

Elveiscot, alias Elfeiscot, Alfiscot, 2 carucates land held of the king in 
chief by serjeanty of being chief usher of the King's Hall ; and 1 carucate 
held of Vivian de Staunden by 1 mark rent. 

Oxford. Inq. {undated.) The aforesaid land ought not to be the king's escheat. 

Wilts. Inq. 35 Hen. III. 

Winterburne, 1 carucate land in demesne, meadow, 10«. 8d. and lib. 
pepper rent from freemen, 4Z. Is. SJd. villenage rents, and pasture, held of the 
king by service of being usher of the King's Hall. {See No. 185.) 

C. Hen. III. File 8. (1.) 

145. Robert de Tateshal. 

Transcript of writ, 28 July, 33 Hen. Ill {defaced). 

He died on Friday before St. Margaret last. Sir Robert, his son, aged 26, 
is his heir. 

Norfolk. Inq. {undated.) 

Tibeham manor held of the king in chief by knight's service. 
Topecrof t manor held as above. 
Denton manor held as above. 
Babbingele manor held as above. 

Hornigetoft and Weseham, 1 knight's fee held of Sir Peter de Sauveye 
of the honour of Richmond. 

Lincoln. Inq. {undated.) 

Tateshal, 1 carucate land, garden, water-mill, fishery, meadow, 56*. rent 
of assize, and 15Z. 2s. lid. from villeins and customers. 

Kanloby manor (extent given) pertaining to the barony of Tateshal. 

Tateshal J part, and Kyrkeby manor held of John Bech of the fee of 
Dunholm, by fee farm rent of 20Z. 13s. Id. 

Maltebi manor, held of Robert de Welle. 

[Lincoln.] Extent. Wednesday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 83 Hen. III. 

Boston town, 2 bovates land (extent given) pertaining to the barony of 
Tateshal, held of the king in chief, for which by agreement sometime made 
with Thomas de Multon the said Robert answers to the heirs of the said 
Thomas whenever the king's soutage happens, for ^V knight's fee ; a mes- 
suage held of Lamb(ert) de Bicre, rendering 2d. ; and 3a. land held of 
Petronilla de Creona, rendering 12d. yearly. 

[Lincoln.] Extent. Thursday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 83 Hen. III. 

Tyd, 2 bovates and 10a, land held of Hugh de Ros by 3s. 6d. and IW. 
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and customs of the fees of Hugh and John de Ros, and a mill from which 
he rendered Id. yearly to Thomas de Pederwyc. 

[Lincoln.] Extent (undated). 

Toft manor (extent given), held of Sir Gilbert de Gant by service of 
8 parts of 1 knight's fee. 

Ouneby, J bovate land and 1 toft held of Gilbert de Senlou by 2«. rent. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 8. (2.) 

146. BOGEB DE MiLLINGESHOPE alioS DE MlLUNCHOPE, DE MiLINHOPE. 

Writ to the sheriff of Salop, 2 March, 33 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Juliana, (his) daughter, aged 16J, is his heir, but the jury know not where 
she is. 

Salop. Milinchope, 1 carucate land held of the prior of Wbnloc by 32«. 6d. rent. 
Eston, la. land held of William de Camera, by {id. ?) rent ; and a 
meadow held of William de Furch' by 8d. rent. 

C. Hen. III. File 8. (8.) 

147. BoGEB DE MORTUO MaBI alioS DE MoRTIMER. 

Writ of extent to the sheriff of Somerset and Dorset, 21 June. Extent Saturday 
after SS. Peter and Paul, 88 Hen. III. 

Somerset. Bruge Walteri manor (full extent given), excepting the Castle. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 8. (4.) 

148. Andrew de Ivbz alia$ de Yvetis. 

Writ to Henry de Wingeham and his co-escheator in co. Southampton, 27 Sept. 
83 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
William, his son, aged 30, is his heir. 

Southampton. Ivese, land, a mill, a meadow, a wood, heath and rents, &c. (extent 
given) held of the king in chief by service of J serjeanty, viz. by J 
hauberk (habergellum) in the king's service for 40 days at his own cost. 

C. Hen. UL FUe 8. (5.) 

149. Robert de Pontb Abghe. 

Writ of extent to the sheriff of Southampton, 10 Jan. 88 Hen. IH. Extent 
(undated). 

Southampton. Neweton manor (full extent given) with the dower which Constance 
late the wife of Robert de Ponte Arche has. (See No. 76.) 

C. Hen. III. FUe 8. (6.) 

150. MoBOAN DE Eableun alios DE Eablyon. 

Commission to Robert Walerand and others, 11 Jan. Inq. Sunday after St. 

Matthias, 88 Hen. III. 

Mereduht ap Grifin, aged 14, is his heir, if he can prove that he is legitimate, 
but the jury understand that he is not : if not, the four daughters of Jorvard ap 
Oweyn are the heirs, of whom Nesta and Mabel are living and Wlad' and Angared 
are dead: Rees, son of Grifin, is son and heir of Ai^ad', and Grifin, son of 
Donewal, son and heir of Angared : these women were sisters of Owel ap 
Jorvard father of the said Morgan. 



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[Monmouth,] Elegan and Slebennhet comotes held of the king in chief by 
service of going with the king in the army with his men at the king's cost. 

C. Hen. III. File 8. (7.) 

151. Isabel de Wikefobd alias Wyeefobd. 

Writ to the sheriff of Essex, 18 Nov. 33 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Essex. Wickeford, 130a. land, 5a. pasture, 3Ja. meadow, 2Ja. wood, and J a mill, 
held of the king in chief by service of ^ and i knight's fee. 

C. Hen. in. File 8. (8.) 

152. BoGEB DE Monte Ganisio alias db Munchanes'. 

Writ to Henry de Wingham and his co-escheator in co. Suffolk, 19 Jan. 
33 Hen. III. 

Writ of extent to the sheriff of Essex, 6 April, 33 Hen. III. Extent {undated and 
defective). 

Essex. Stansted town, 228a. arable, 8a. meadow, pasture, rents of assize, &c. 
(extent given), tenure unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 8. (9.) 

153. Theobald le Butileb alias le Botilleb alias Fincebna. 

Writ of extent to Thomas de Stanford and his co-escheators in cos. York and 
Lancaster, 6 July, 33 Hen. III. 
His heir (unspecified) is aged 6 years. 

YoBK. Extent. The vigil of St. Matthew, 33 Hen. III. 

Scheplay alias Sepeleya town, a capital messuage, 62. rents from free 
tenants, 6«. lOd. from cottars, a mill, a little wood, &c. tenure unspecified. 

NoBFOLK. Writ of extent to Henry de Wengham and his co-escheator in co. 
Norfolk, 7 July, 33 Hen. III. Extent {undated). 

Belhagh alias Belagh manor (extent given), tenure unspecified. 

NoBFOLK. Writ of extent (as above), 6 Aug. 33 Hen. III. Extent {undated). 
Belhaghe alias Belawe manor (extent given), tenure unspecified. 

Writ of extent to Thomas de Stanford and his co-escheator in co. Lancaster, 
10 Jan. 38 Hen. III. 

Lancasteb. Extent. Wednesday the feast of St. Matthias, 33 Hen. III. 

Witheton, 3 carucates land (extent given), a mill, and the land of 
Swartebrec {alias Suartebrec). 

Mithop, 1 carucate. 

Marton cum Lynholm {alias Lynolm), 3 carucates. 

Land called Quinscaldisherthe {alias Quinschaltishurede) pertaining to 
Witheton. 

Grenole, 1 carucate held in knight's service, and 1 bovate besides. 

Thistleton, 1 carucate held in knight's service. 

Bretekirke {alias Bredekik) and Moulebrec {alias Mulebrec), 4«. {or %s.) 
rent. 

Haskescoc {alias Hayescoc), Vb. cummin rent. 

Triver {alias TreveF), 3 carucates. 

Quarlous and Basak' {alias Raysak'), lands worth 9/. {alias lOi.) yearly. 



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Routheclive, 2 carucates (extent given), and 1 bovate does suit at the 
county court and the king's wapentake, a mill, moor and marsh. 

Staynole, 1 bovate. 

Middle Routheclive, 2 carucates held in knight's service. Tenures 
unspecified. 

Lancaster. Extent. The morrow of St. Matthias, 88 Hen. III. 
Same as the above, with the addition of : — 
Escebrec, 12d. (rent), tenure unspecified. 

Lancaster. Extent. The morrow of St. Matthias, 88 Hen. III. 

Routheclive town, 2 carucates land (full extent given with names of 
tenants) held by Sir John de Thornul of Sir Theobald le Botiler in chief in 
knight's service, whereof 24 carucates make one knight's fee. {See No. 264.) 

C. Hen. IIL File 8. (10.) 

154. Alexander db Nevill. 

Writ to the sheriff of York, 12 July, 38 Hen. IIL Liq. (undated,) 
Alexander, his son, aged 12 and more, is his heir. 

York. Nunington, capital messuage, 2 carucates and 2 bovates land in demesne, 
gardens, a toft, 7«. lid. rent, &c., held of the abbot of St. Mary's, York, by 
lis. rent. 

Mirfeud town, 2 carucates land in demesne, pasture, 5a. meadow, a mill, 
2 carucates land in bondage, and 8?. 18s. 9Jrf. from free tenants, held 
of Edmund de Lascy by a rent of J mark, and 2 knights' fees. 

Writ to the sheriff of Lincoln, 12 July, 83 Hen. IIL Inq. {undated.) 

Lincoln. (Unspecified) 8J and J knights' fees, viz. ; 8 bovates land in demesne, 
8 bovates in villenage, meadow, garden, and 9s. 8d. and A^lbs. pepper rent, 
&c. held of the king in chief, by knight's service. 

Kirketon Soke, lis. rent from 4 bovates land, which he rendered yearly 
to Earl Hichard. 

(Unspecified) ^ knight's fee, held of the earl of Albemarle in chief by 
knight's service. (See No. 270.) 

C. Hen. III. File 8. (11.) 

155. William de Roucestria alias de Eoucestre. 

Writ to Henry de Wengham and his co-escheators in cos. Essex and Hertford, 

Norfolk and Suffolk, 24 Oct. 83 Hen. IIL 

Peter de Rouecestre, his brother, age variously stated as 40, 50 and 60 or 
more, is his heir. 

Suffolk. Inq. (undated,) 

Evereswell, 4 carucates land, 112s. rent of assize, 20a. meadow, 2 water 
mills, turbary, garden, fishery, pasture, &c., held of the king in chief of the 
honour of Boulogne by service of 2 knights' fees. 

[Norfolk.] Inq. (undated.) 

Berton Binnedich manor (extent given) held of the earl of Gloucester 
by service of 1 knight's fee. 

Hertford. Inq. and Extent (undated). 

Neuseles manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service of IJ 
knights' fee, whereof Ralph de Handleye holds one quarter. 



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Vestune town, J knight's fee held by Sir Henry de Roucestre of the 
said William, and by him of Sir John de Burg'. 

C. Hen. III. File 8. (12.) 

156, Robert Tuschet alias Thochet, Tuchet, Tuched. 

Writ to the sheriff of Salop, 23 Aug. 33 Hen. HI. 
He died on the quinzaine of St. Michael last. 

[Salop.] Inq. (undated.) 

Lege Cumbrey, 2 parts of 1 carucate land in demesne, 4 virgates and 
2 parts of 1 bovate in villenage, 2 parts of a messuage, garden and mill, 
and IJa. meadow held of the king in chief. After the said Robert's death 
there fell in 2^ virgates land, escheat of the dower of Isabel late his 
mother. 

Salop. Inq. (undated.) 

Lege Cumbrei township (extent given), held of the king in chief by 
service of finding one sergeant with the king in the army in Wales with a 
pack horse, hauberk, lance and iron cap for 40 days. 

Writ to Henry de Wengham, escheator, 2 March, 35 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Salop. Lege Cumbrei (extent given), held as above. 

Three ladies are dowered of the same fee, and a boy, aged 5, of whose 
name the jury are ignorant, is the said Robert's heir. 

Upiton, land (now in the king's hands) held of the king in chief by 
service of 3 parts of 9 parts of one sore sparrowhawk and 1 pair of white 
gloves yearly. 

Chester. The same heir has about 5 marks of land in Tatenhal' town, of which 
a certain lady has her dower. 

C. Hen. III. File 8. (13.) 

157. WiLLUM de London. ^ 

Writ to the sheriff of Nottingham, 23 Aug. 33 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Nottingham, Nettlewrth*, 4 bovates land to which pertains that moiety of the 
messuage in which are 2 granges and an old garden, held of the king in 
chief of the soke of Malmefeud by lOs. rent ; and 46a. arable in demesne, 
13 bovates in villenage, a mill, &c. held of Geoffrey (de) Bakepucio and 
Emicyna (?) his wife by service of J knight's fee and 5«. 4c?. yearly, and they 
hold the fee of Malvesin de Hersi and Theffania his wife, and they of the 
lord of the honour of TykehuU. 

C. Hen. III. File 8. (14.) 

168. Robert de Sevanz alias de Sevont, 

Writ to H. de Wengeham and his co-escheator in co. Kent, 3 Jan. 33 Hen. HI. 
Inq. (undated.) 
Robert, his son, aged almost 40, is his heir. 

Kent. Aldintone, 1 knight's fee (extent given) held of the king in chief, and 14». 
are due yearly to the Castle of Rochester for guard. 

Meletone, 1 knight's fee (extent given) held of the earl of Gloucester. 

Wielmeston, J knight's fee (extent given) held of the archbishop of 
Canterbury. 

Essex. (Unspecified) 2 knights' fees held of William de Shoford. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 8. (15.) 



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159. John de Baiocis alias de Bays. 

Writ to H. de Wingham and his co-escheator in co. Dorset, 1 March. Inq. Sunday 
before the Annunciation, 33 Hen. III. 
Stephen de Baiocis alias de Bays, his brother, aged 60 and more, is his heir. 

Dorset. Waye town, 1 knight's fee held of the king in chief by knight's 
service, which pertains to the barony which he held of the king in chief. 

Edmundesham town, J knight's fee held of Sir Eoger Waspayld by 
royal service. 

Lim, J knight's fee held of Eobert Belet by royal service. 

Lincoln. Writ to Henry de Wingham and his co-escheator, 1 March, 
33 Hen. III. Extent (undated). 

Lindewde, Tho(r)eweye, Stiventon and Keylestorp, in Lindesey, lands 
worth 541. 16s. lOd. yearly held of the king in chief by barony. 

Wellebur' manor, worth 20/. 15«. lid., pertaining to his barony. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 8. (16.) 

160. Hugh son of Robert. 

Writ to H. de Wengeham and his co-escheator in co. Salop, 5 Feb. 33 Hen. III. 
John, his son, aged 25, is his heir. 

Salop. Inq. (undated.) 

Esnebrugg, 1 carucate land, 16s. 3d. rent, 5s. tallage of villeins, &c. 
Rodintun and Erletun, Ss. 8Jd. rent. 

Bewlw' town, 1 carucate land, 19s. 8d. rent, meadow, a mill with 
fishery, 10«. tallage of villeins, 10«. ^d. customs, &c. 

Mestun, 9s. lOd. rent, lis. tallage of villeins, 21. 19s. 5id. customs, &c. 
Kagintun, IB*. 8d. rent. 

All held of the king in chief by service of keeping the king's forests in 
Salopesur : he was chief forester, as were his ancestors. 

Hereford. Inq. The day of St. Peter in Lent, 33 Hen. III. 

Brimfeud manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of 
keeping the king's forest in co. Salop. 

C. Hen. III. File 8. (17.) 

161. Theodore alias Theodoric de Crbmplesham, non compos mentis. 

Writ to the sheriff of Norfolk, 28 April, 33 Hen. HI. Inq. {undated.) 

Norfolk. Wirham, Wretton, and Cremplesham, extent of messuages and lands 
alienated to divers persons by the said Theodore after he was of insane 
mind, now 12 years ago. 

And Walter de Wirham intruded upon 80a. land and Ss. rent in 
Cremplesham, and a messuage and 34a. meadow and 12a. arable and 3$. 
rent in Derham, which Alice mother of the said Theodore held in dower. 

C. Hen. III. File 8. (18.) 

162. Walter Mauntbl alias Mantel. 

Writ to Henry de Wengham and his co-escheator in co. Buckingham, 26 April 
38 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Robert, his son, aged 80 and more, is his heir. 



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Buckingham. Little Messenden, messuage, 115a. land, 2a. meadow, 65. works of 
cottars, 9a. Sd. and 22d. rents, and 6a. wood, held of the king in chief by 
service of being the king's linen-keeper {mwpparius). 

Writ to Henry de Wengham and his co-escheator in co. Northampton, 26 April, 
Hen. ni. Inq. (missing.) 

C. Hen. III. File 8. (19.) 

163. Andrew de Dehleg' alias de Derleie. 

Writ to Thomas de Stanford and his co-escheator in co. Derby, 30 Oct. 
S3 Henry III. 
Hugh, his son, aged 3 at Easter last, is his heir. 

Derby. Inq. (undated.) Derleie and Burlee town and territory, 1 carucate land 
held of the king in chief by service of 16«. 4c{. to the king, (and) Ss. to 
Baucquell manor yearly. 

Derby. Extent (undated and defective). 

Derr, 4 bovates land, and a mill, (extent given) for which he rendered 
to the king 158. 4d. yearly and tallage. 

Of all which Ann ought to have had a third in dower. 

C. Hen. III. File 8. (20.) 

164. Roger son of John. 

Writ to Henry de Wingham, 22 June, 33 Hen. HI. 
Robert, his son, aged IJ, is his heir. • 

Essex. Extent (undated). 

Claveringes manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service of 
one fee of the honour of Releghe. 

Hertford. Thacheworthe town, J virgate land. 

Northampton. Extent (undated). 

Eynho manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service of 1 
knight's fee. 

[Northumberland.] Extent (undated). 

Werkewrth manor (full extent given) including the borough and 
new town, a mill from which the prior of Thinemi^^ receives 3 marks 
yearly, a fishery with a small ship called *cobel,' a little round wood 
called Sunderland and the towns of Aclintone, Birling, Butlesdon and J of 
Togesdene ; out of which are due to Durham church by the deed of Robert 
son of Roger, 20«. yearly for sustaining 4 wax tapers about the body of St. 
Cuthbert, and Sir Roger was accustomed to give yearly for the keeping of the 
castle and manor 132. 6a. 8c2., 3 robes, and hay and oats for 2 horses. 

Werkewrth church is held by the bishop of Carlisle to his own uses. 

Roubiri manor and forest (full extent given) with the towns of Roubiri, 
Tropton, Snither and Newtown ; from which are due to the king's exchequer 
20«. for land called Cherland, and one forester with a horse takes yearly 40«. 
for his service with his robe, and 3 foot foresters take 60«. with their robes. 

Roubiri church is in the gift of the bishop of Carlisle by the collation of 
King Henry I. 

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165. Walter de Skyredon. 

Writ (missing). Inq. {undated and defective.) 

He died the day of the Purification 83 Hen. [Ill] . 
His two daughters, aged 8 and 5, are his heirs. 

[Devon.] Skyredon, 3 ferlings land, 8s. rent and part of a mill. 
Schaplegh, 20s. 4rf. rent. 

All held of the king in chief, rendering 3 arrows when the king shall 
come to hunt on Dertemore. 

Sanford, 3 ferlings land and 3«. rent held of Sir John [Co]urtenay, 
rendering 1 pair of white gloves. 

Nimet, lis. rent held of Sir William de la [Ha]che, rendering 5«. 

C.Hen. III. Filed. (2.) 

166. ViTALis Engaynb alias Engaignb, Engaing', de Engayne. 

Writ 5 Nov. 33 (Hen. Ill), (defective.) 

Henry de Engayne, his son, age variously stated as 30, 30 and more, and 35, 
is his heir. 

Huntingdon. Inq. (undated.) 

Great Gidding, 100s. land held of the king in chief by service of hunting 
the wolf, the fox, and the hare in cos. Huntingdon, Northampton, Oxford and 
Buckingham. 

Dilintune, lOZ. land held of the abbot of Romesheye, service unspecified. 

Cambridge. Inq. (undated.) 

Cotes town, J hide land (extent given) held of the heirs of William de 
Fenes of the honour of Boulogne by service of J knight's fee. 
Cambridge borough, 2 marks rent which pertains to Cotes. 

[Northampton.] Inq. (undated.) 

Laxton and Pictesle, parts held of the king by serjeanty of hunting the 
wolf at the king's command in 3 J counties. 

Blatherwic, Henewic, Multon, Braddetr' and Eiston, 1 knight's fee 
held of Sir Ralph Basset. 

Neuton and Bulwic, parts held of Reginald son of Urse, by service of J 
knight's fee. 

Hertford. Inq. (undated.) 

Hunesdone town, 2 carucates land (extent given) held of William de 
Bello Campo oi Bedeford. 

[Essex.] Extent (undated). ^ 

Upmenistre, land and advowson (extent given) which does no service, 
because the manor of Worthe (co. Somerset) and Upmenistre defend them- 
selves against the king by service of IJ knights' fee. 

Somerset. Extent (undated.) 

Worth, a moiety of the manor (extent given) held, together with other 
lands in co. Essex, of the king in chief by service of IJ knights' fee. 

[Suffolk.] Inq. (undated and defective.) 

Badmundefeld, a moietj of the manor (extent given) held of the honour 
of Mungumeri without service, because King Henry, the king's great-great- 
grandfather, gave the manor in free marriage to Baldwin de Bulers, ancestor 
of the said Vitalis, with Sfbyl de [Falaise] his niece* 



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Essex. Inq. {undated.) 

Coin manor and advowson (extent given) held of Sir Hugh de Cresy by 
service of J knight. 

C. Hen. III. File 9. (3.) 

167. Eliab de Bouelton alias de Boelton. 

Writ to Thomas de Stanforth and his co-escheator in co. Lancaster, 10 May. 
Inq. Monday after the Ascension, SB Hen. III. 
Simon, his son, is his heir, and of lawful age. 

Lancaster. Boelton town, 2 bovates land (extent given) held of the king in 
chief by service of a free farmer, rendering 5s. lOd. yearly and suit at the 
county court and wapentake. 

C. Hen. III. File 9. (4.) 

168. JoHK DE Chaunceus alias de Gancell'. 

Writ to Henry de Wengham or his co-escheator in co. Northampton, 7 Jan. 

83 Hen. III. Inq. {undated and defective). 

Hugh, his son, aged 10 and . . . years at the feast of St. Martin last, 
is his heir. 

Northampton. Hupton manor (extent given), held of the king. 
Herleston, ISs. 4rf. rent from 4 virgates land. 
Pictesle, 1 virgate land of the fee of Ralph Basset of Welledun. 
Flore town, 12s. rent from 2 virgates land of the fee of the earl of 
Ferars. 

[Hup] ton town, 4s. 8d. and lib. cummin rent. 
Neubotelgrave hundred pertaining to Hupton manor. 

C. Hen. III. File 9. (5.) 

169. Gerard de Lindes'. 

Writ to the sheriff of Warwick, 6 Feb. 83 Hen. III. Inq. (missing.) 

C. Hen. III. File 9. (6.) 

170. Richard de Saunford alias de Sontford. 

Writ to Henry de Wengham and his co-escheator in co. Salop, 18 April, 
33 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Ralph, his son, aged 14, is his heir. 

Salop. Sontford and Rothale town, IJ carucate land in demesne, 64s. 9d. rent 
of assize, meadow, a mill, a fish pond, wood, 20s. tallage of villeins, pannage, 
&c. held of the king in chief by service of i knight's fee. 

Derlawstun, 7s. 4d. rent of assize, and 7s. 6d. customs of villeins, held 
of the bishop of Coventry. 

Broctun, J carucate land in demesne with meadow, 46s. Sd. rent of 
assize, and a mill, held of Sir Madoc de Suttun, by service of 2s. yearly. 
Kacheleg*, 8s. rent of assize held of Ralph de Kacheleg.- 

C. Hen. III. FUe 9. (7.) 

171. Richard de Saunford. 

Writ to Henry de Wengham and his co-escheator in co. Salop, 7 May, 
33 Hen. Ill, of assignment of dower to Eleanor late his wife. Assignment 
(missing). ^ 

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172. John Gernbt. 

Writ to Thomas de Stanford and his co-escheator in co. Lancaster, 24 Aug. 
33 Hen. III. Inq. Saturday after St. Nicholas, 34 Hen. III. 
Benedict Gernet, his elder brother, is his heir, and of full age. 

Lancaster. Thistilton town, 2 bovates land, held of John de Thornul, which he had 
by purchase. 

C. Hen. HI. File 9. (8.) 

173. James Husb (Mas Hoese. 

Writ de cavsd captionis to Henry de Wingeham and his co-escheator in co. Wilts, 
26 Nov. 84 Henry III. Inq. (undated.) 

Wilts. Norrige wood, which Henry Huse says pertains to his manor of Stapel- 
ford, was taken into the king's hands by the escheator of co. Wilts ex officio, 
because the said James on the day he died was seised thereof, who held 
of the king in chief 71. rent in Ghuppeham, and an assart in Norrige for 
which he rendered to the king 16d. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 9. (9.) 

174. KOBBRT DE LbSSINGTON. 

Writ of extent to the sheriff of Dorset, 7 June. Extent. Wednesday after St. 
Barnabas, 34 Hen. III. 

Dorset. Bere manor (extent given) including the hundred (held of the king to 
farm). 

C. Hen. in. File 9. (10.) 

175. William db Cantilupo. 

Writ of extent to the sheriff of Salop, 28 June, 34 Hen. III. Extent (undated). 

Salop. Lideham manor (extent given). 

Similar writ to the sheriff of Wilts, 28 June, 34 Hen. III. Extent (undated). 

Wilts. Pulton manor (extent given). ' 

C. Hen. III. File 9. (11.) 

176. John db Bendbng alias de Bennenqbs. 

Writ to the sheriff of Southampton, 13 July, 34 Hen. III. Inq. (undoited.) 

Southampton. Odiham, 3 virgates land held of Thomas de Bennenges, who 
held of the abbot of Certesey, and not of the king. 

C. Hen. III. Fil4: 9. (12.) 

177. Matthew Wake. 

Mandate of H. de Wingeham to the escheator of co. Wilts, with transcript of 
writ, 16 Aug. 34 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Wilts. Christina Wake, aged 28, is his heir, and ought to hold of the king in 
chief i knight's fee in Eblesburne by service of J knight's fee. 

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178. Richard de Haredon alias Hardon. 

Writ to Henry de Wengham and his co-escheator in co. Wilts, 17 Feb. 
84 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
Bichardy his son, aged 25, is his heir. 

Wilts. Harden town, 2J acres land held of the king's demesne by service of 
keeping the woods called * le Bruz ' of Bedewinde ; and 6 bovates land held 
of Robert de Punchardun and Letewaria de Estandbum by service of 
finding them one man with a horse worth J mark with a pack saddle and 
a sack for drafif ? {ad Dras) in Wales when the king shall have his army there. 

C. Hen. III. File 9. (14.) 

179. Alulf de Roking. 

Writ to Henry de Wengham and his co-escheator in co. Kent, 27 Sept. Inq. 

. . . . St. Michael, 34 Hen. Ill {defective). 

Thomas, his son, aged 28 on the Translation last, is his 

heir of the lands held by knight's service, and the said Thomas and Roger his 
brother of the lands held in gavelkind. 

Kent. Roking town, 86a. land held of the king in chief of the honour of 
Hagenet by service of J knight's fee. 

Suthene, 21a. held of the fee of Roger de Markeshale by service of 14d. ; 
and 22a. of gavelkind held of John son of Bernard by service of la. yearly. 

C. Hen. HI. File 9. (15.) 

180. Walter de Hokelton alias Hueelton. 

Writ to the bailiff of Montgomery, 8 June, 84 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
William, his son, is his heir, and of full age. 

[Salop.] Hukelton town (extent given) held of the honour of Montgomery 
by service of J knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 9. (16.) 

181. Walter de Godarvile. 

Writ to Henry de Wengham and his co-escheator in co. Wilts, 8 Jan. 84 Hen. III. 
Joan, age variously stated as 16 and 17, and Margery, aged 6, his daughters, 
are his heirs. 

Wilts. Inq. {undated.) Chyverel town, 2 carucates land held of Sir John de 
Balun by service of 1 knight's fee. 

[Welts.] Inq. {undated and defective.) Chuppeham manor, 2 carucates land held 
of the king in chief by service of i knight's fee, 1 virgate by service of one 
bow {uniua arcv^ de Auburn') ^ and .... of land of purpresture 
by 2 marks rent. 

C. Hen. III. File 9. (17.) 

182. Maud Urri alias Urry. 

Mandate from H. de Wengham to his co-escheator in co. Essex, with transcript 
of writ 7 Jan. 84 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
Isabel de Wicford, her sister, aged 40 and more, is her heir. 



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Essex. Wicford town, 160a. land, 15s. M, from meadow and pasture, 65«. 5d. 
rent of assize in Wicford and Ka. . . wedon, lis. 4Jd. works of villeins, 
and J windmill, held of the king in chief by service of J and ^ knights' fee. 
{See No. 189.) 

C. Hen. III. Fik 9. (18.) 

183. William lb Taylur. 

Wiit to Henry de Wengham and his co-escheator in co. Kent, 7 March, 

34 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

William, his son, aged 22 and married in his father's time, is his 
heir of his free tenement, and the said William with his brothers, John, Robert, 
Baldwin and Ralph, of the land which is partible by the custom of Kent. 

Kent. Middelton Hundred, 100s. land, &c. (unspecified), held of the king in 
chief by free servdce of one sore sparrowhawk yearly, 40s. land and rent, 
partible according to the custom of Kent, held of the king by service of 
8s. 4d., and 40s. land, &c., also partible, held of many lords. 

[Southampton.] Winchester City, 1 mark rent from many citizens, as the jury 
have heard. 

C. Hen. III. File 9. (19.) 

184. Hugh de Essex. 

Writ to Henry de Wingham and his co-escheator in co. Wilts (sic), 
28 Dec. 34 Hen. III. Extent {undated). 
Hugh, his son, aged 5, is his heir. 

Essex. Rywehale town, 180a. land, 8s. from meadow and pasture, 10s. from a 
watermill and 5s. rent, held of Sir WiUiam de Rufpha, by service of 6s. 4rf. 
yearly. This land was seized into the king's hand, because that of the said 
WiUiam was in the king's hand. The said Hugh also held 4a. land of the 
knights of the Temple by service of 2s. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 9. (20.) 

185. GuNNORA DB Maka oiias de la Mare. 

Writ to H. de Wingham and his co-escheators in cos. Oxford and Wilts, 
13 Feb. 34 Hen. III. 
Henry, son of Henry Tracy alias de Tracy, aged 12, is her heir. 

Oxford. Inq. (undated.) 

Elfeiscot, 2 carucates land held of the king in chief by serjeanty of 
being chief usher of the door of the King's Hall. 

Burmerscot and Pithmundiscote in Elfeiscot parish, 1 carucate held of 
Vivian de Staunden by 1 mark rent. 

Wilts. Inq. (undated.) 

Winterburn town, 1 carucate land pertaining to Alveescote manor which 
is held as abovesaid. (See No. 144.) 

C. Hen. III. File 10. (1.) 

186. Adam de Dilun alias de Dylon. 

Writ to the sheriff of Hereford, 27 Aug. Inq. Sunday before the Nativity 
of the Blessed Mary, 34 Hen. III. 
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Hereford. Dylon manor, 2J virgates and 20a. land held of William son of 
Warin by 8s. rent, and finding him yearly in war time for 15 days at Dylon 
or Bochred one man with horse, doublet, iron cap and lance, at the said 
William's cost, and if his horse should die or be slain in the said service 
the said William should give him 20s. for it. 

C. Hen. III. File 10. (2.) 

187. WiLLUM LB Rus of Bassiugburn. 

Wnt to the sheriff of Cambridge, 19 Oct. 84 Hen. HI. Inq. The vigil of All 
Saints, 85 Hen. HI. 
GeoflErey le Rus, aged 86, is his heir. 

Cambridge. Bassingeburn town, 1 hide land held of the king in chief by service 
of i knight's fee. 

Clopton town, IJ hide land held of the abbot of Lesnes by service 
of J knight's fee, and 50«. rent ; and IJ hide held of William de Chejmi by 
service of \ knight's fee and 60^. rent. 

C. Hen. HI. File 10. (3.) 

188. Robert de Lavereeestok alias Lavekestoe. 

Writ to Henry de Wengham, 18 Sept. 84 Hen. IH. Extent {undated). 
Jordan, his son, aged 17^, is his heir. 

Wilts. Laverkestok, a moiety of his ^ourt towards the south and 1 virgate land 
held of the king in chief by service of keeping the forest of Clarendon together 
with James de Puttone and Richard de Muleford ; and the oth^r moiety 
and a mill at Mummewrth held of the prior of Ivychurch (Hederose) by 
, service of 10«. 4d. yearly; two virgates land held of Stephen de Wdesand by 
lOs. rent ; a mill of Winterslewe fee held of Sir John son of Geoffrey by 5s. 
rent ; and 48. rent. 

C. Hen. III. File 10. (4.) 

189. John de Wicford. 

Writ to the sheriff of Essex, 20 Oct. 84 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 

Essex. [Wicford] , 140a. land are held of the gift of Isabel, his mother, which 
descended to her after the death of Maud, her sister, lO^a. meadow, 12a. 
pasture, 5a. wood, 21«. 5rf. rent, J windmill, &c. and the said Isabel holds of 
the king in chief by service of J of 8 parts of 1 knight's fee. {See No. 182.) 

C. Hen. III. File 10. (5.) 

190. Ralph le Waleys. 

Writ to Henry de Wengham and his co-escheator in co. Berks, 16 March, 

84 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

His sisters, Agnes married to John de Mareys, and Juliena married to 
Geoffrey de Wrokeselle, are his heirs : there is a third sister from the same 
mother by her last husband, named Agnes, but the jury know not whether she 
has any right in this inheritance ; all are of full age. 

Berks. Estbiri, 1 carucate land and 70«. 8|d. rent, held of the king in chief, 
and a mill and 1 acre meadow of the fee of Henry de Sewelle, held of the 
king in chief for J knight's fee. {See Nos. 244 and 857.) 

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191. Otuelus alian Otwebus de Insula. 

Mandate from H. de Wengham to the escheator in Lindesey with transcript of 
wHt, 5 Oct. 84 Hen. III. 
Robert, his son, age variously stated as 24 and 28, is his heir. 

Lincoln. Inq. (undated.) 

Saleclife and Apelby in Peverel honour, 101. land held of the king 
in chief by 1 knight's fee ; and J carucate held of Norman Derci by 
^ knight's fee. 

Wyten, 15 bovates land held of the fee of Peter de Facunberge. 

NoRTHUMBERL^D. iTiq. Saturday after St. Luke, 84 Hen. III. 

Gosford, held of the heirs of Roger son of John by service of 15 days 
guard at the Castle of Newcastle. 

Neuton, held of Sir John de Bayllol by service of J knight's fee. 
Berehill and Haukewell, Thurneton and Burneton, Penwic and 
Matfen, held of Hugh de Bollebec by service of 1^ knight's fee ; whereof 
Burneton is held of him (the said Otuelus) by service of 1 knight, and 
Thurneton by doing the foreign service pertaining thereto. 

C. Hen. III. File 10. (7.) 

192. RooEB LE Bretun. 

Writ to the sheriff of Nottingham [and Derby], 16 Oct. 84 Hen. III. 
Inq. (undated.) 
Robert, his son, aged 24, is his heir. 

[Derby.] Waleton town or manor, with 120 acres land in Calehale (extent 
given with names of tenants), held of the king in chief of Peverel fee by 
service of 1 knight's fee. 

Rudich', 2 carucates land held of the heirs of Robert de Duyn. 

C. Hen. III. File 10. (8.) 

193. Philip Mimekan alias MTUYOiLN of Gersindon. 

Writ to H. de Wengham and his co-escheator in co. Oxford, 4 Oct. 84 Hen. III. 
Inq. (undated.) 
Philip, his son, aged 5, is his heir. 

Oxford. Hedindon, 1 hide land held of the king in chief by service andserjeanty 
of keeping the forest of Schotover and Stawude; and J hide of Philippa 
countess of Warwick, from which she receives 12«. yearly. 

Gersindon, J hide land held of the fee of Roger de Akeny, from which 
Payn de la Mare receives 128. yearly. 

Writs to the sheriff, 8 and 9 Feb. 85 Hen. III. Inq. (undated fragment.) 

Writ of melius inquirendo to the sheriff, 25 Feb. 85 Hen. III. Inq. (undat^j) 
King John never conferred upon Hugh de Nevile the land which was of Philip 
Mimekan in Gersindon, nor did the king that now is ever confer the said 
land on Richard de Bello Gampo by reason of the wardship of that land 
or of any other right. (Compare J^o. 856.) 

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194. James Huese alias Heose. 

JVrit to the sheriff of Wilts, concerning lands, &c. granted by the king to the said 
James for life in Boxle (sic), 13 Nov. 34 Hen. III. Inq, {undated.) 

Wilts. Chipeham, Ridlawe and HupehuU, 71. 20^rf. of land in the said manors 
(extent given with names of tenants) including lands in Ruedon, were 
delivered by the king to the said James for life to sustain him in his service. 
{See No. 178.) 

C. Hen. III. File 10. (10.) 

195. Sabr db Wahull. 

Writ to Henry de Wengham and his co-escheators in cos. Bedford and North- 
ampton, 18 June, 34 Hen. HI. Inq. {undated.) 
Walter, his firstborn son, aged 23 and more, is his heir. 

Bedford. Wahull honour held of the king in chief for 30 knights* fees. 
Wahull manor (extent given) held in his own hand. 

C. Hen. in. File 10. (11.) 

196. John Corndeboef alias Gobdbbof. 

Writ to H. de Wingham and his co-escheator in co. Suffolk, 28 April, 34 Hen. HI. 
Inq. {undated.) 
Thomas, his son, aged 21 or more, is his heir. 

Suffolk. Mendelesham, lands (extent given) held of the king in chief by 
serjeanty of staying {commemorand') with his crossbow in the army for 40 
days at his own cost, and three years ago he made fine for himself and his 
tenants for the alienation of the said serjeanty, rendering to the king 30«. 
yearly. 

Buckeslawe, held wholly of earl Richard by service of 1 knight. 

C. Hen. III. File 10. (12.) 

197. BiGHABD DE AnESY olioS DaNESEYE. 

Writ to Henry de Wengham and his co-escheator in co. Wilts, 16 April, 
34 Hen. IH. 
Richard, his son, aged 12, is his heir. 

[Wilts.] Inq. {undated.) 

Dulton and Bratton, 4 carucates land held by serjeanty of being in 
the king's army for 40 days at his own cost. 

Get, 7 marks rent held of Avice de Columbariis. 

Hebeford. Inq. Friday before Whitsunday, 34 Hen. III. 

Tumeyston manor, with Linehales hamlet pertaining thereto (extent 
given), held of Sir Roger de Schandes in chief by service, when there shall 
be war with Wales, of finding 2 footmen, one with a lance and the other 
with bow and arrows for 40 days at SnodhuU at his own cost. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 10. (13.) 

198. Roger de Glere and Maud his wife. 

Writ to Henry de Wengham and his co-escheator in co. Surrey, 20 Dec. 

34 Hen. IH. Extent {undated). 

Alice, daughter of William le Rus and Agatha his wife, daughter and heir of 
the said Roger and Maud, aged 2 and more, is their heir. 



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I Surrey.] Broinle, a moiety of the manor (extent given) held by the said 
Maud of the king in chief by service of IJ knights' fee. 

Writ to Thomas de Stanford and his co-escheator in co. York, 6 Jan. 34 Hen. III. 

Inq. (undated.) 
York. Sivelington, 1 bovate land held by the said Eoger of Sir Roger Bigot, 
the king's Marshal, by knight's service ; and 6 carucates sometime held 
by the said Roger and Maud of Sir Roger le Bigot by knight's service. 

Mart[on] town, the foreign service of 2 carucates land, held (as above) 
of the fee of the said Sir Roger. 

Wilton town, 6 carucates, sometime held (as above) of the said fee by 
knight's service. 

Edeston town, 2 carucates and 2 bovates sometime held (as above) of 
the fee of the earl of Albemarle by knight's service. 

But the said Roger sold all the lands and retained nothing save the 1 bovate 
in Sivelington. 

The said Roger also held a moiety of Brumelay manor * in com' de Ledred, 
juxta London ' of the inheritance of the said Maud, service unknown. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 10. (14.) 

199. Richard de Levinton alias Leventon. 

Writ to Thomas de Stanford and his co-escheator in co. Cumberland, 27 May. 
Inq. Tuesday .... St. Barnabas, 34 Hen. III. 
Ralph de Leventon is his heir, and is legitimate and of mature age. 

Cumberland. Scelton (full extent given) with the advowson of the church. 

Kircandr*, 20 bovates land rendering 81. 28. 5d. 

Leventon (extent given), with the advowson of the church. 

Wescudbrihteby, 5 J carucates land, the farmers paying 4Z. 4d. yearly, &c. 

Hederesford, a moiety, viz. — 2 carucates, the farmers paying 86«. 5^d, 
yearly. 

Houscales, J carucate, the farmer paying 20s. 6d. yearly. 

Westleventon, 6 carucates land. 

Stapleton, a moiety with the advowson in Gillesland barony, held of Sir 
Thomas de Mlton. 

Buchecastre, in the barony of Burgh on the Sands (extent given). 
The said barony was held by 41. comage yearly to the king. 

C. Hen. III. File 10. (15.) 

200. John de Nevill. 

Writ to the sheriff of Kent, 12 March, 34 Hen, III. Inq. missing. 

C. Hen. ill. File 10. (16.) 

201. Walter de Godarvyle alias de Godarville. 

Writ to Henry de Wengham and his co-escheator in co. Bedford, 8 Jan. 

84 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Joan, his daughter, age 16, wife of Sir Geoffrey Gacelin, is his heir. He had 
a younger daughter, Margaret, but the jury know not whether she is alive or not. 

Bedford. Sudgyvel manor (extent given) held in fee of the heirs of Walter de 
Traily by 6d, rent and 1 pair of gilt spurs yearly, and scutage for J 
knight's fee. 

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202. Robert de Muscai^ipis alias de Musghau^tp. 

Writ 16 Sept. [34?] Hen. HI (fragment). Extent {unduted and defective). 

He had 3 daughters, of whom he married Cecily, the eldest, to a son of Sir 
Odenel de la Ford, who of her begat one Isabel who survives, he and his wife being 
dead. The said Isabel, aged 15, is married to a boy named Adam de Wyginton, 
aged 13 or 14, and they are in the wardship of Sir William de Huntercumbe. 

Margery, the second daughter, . . . aged 24 The third daughter, 

aged 20 (?)... married . . . are his heirs. 

Northumberland. Wlour borough and advowson (extent given) with the free 
forest of Chyviot. 

Beleford (extent given), with 41. rent of assize of 

the town and mill of Dichend. 

Hethpol, 11 cottars and other tenants. 

Louwyk', 354a. arable, 18a. meadow, 161. 18s. rent from bondmen, 
works worth 71. 9«. 6d. a mill, herbage, turbary, wood, &c. 
Bollisdun town, 68s. 6d. rent and 5s. works. 
Brankeston town, 16s. rent. 

Ross town (extent given) held of the bishop of Durham and within the 
limits of the bishopric, excepting part of the fields and some salt pits which 
are within co. Northumberland; and the bishop of Durham holds two 
bovates by a farm of lOd. and 1 arrow yearly. 

Knights' fees rendering scutage : — Odelin de Ford 1 fee, Lady Rametta 
la Vescuntesse 1 fee, William de Akyld 1 fee, Robert de Ulcestre 
1 fee, Robert de Manerio J fee, William de Sisainesby J fee, James 
de Houburn J fee, William de Muschaump J fee, Henry de Dichend 
J and yV fee, Richard the Marshal } fee, Robert de Heddon J fee ? 
(4 2>fl^rt(?;rt)> ^Sampson son of Stephen ^ fee, William de Yerdhil and 
Maud Sarp ^ fee, Walter de Extildisham ^ fee, Adam Sarp 
^ fee, Carinus de Beleford, A fee, and William Hunter A fee in 
Wilour. 

C. Hen. III. File 10. (18.) 

203. [William Daneys ?] 

Writ of extent to the sheriff of Rutland, 18 Aug. 34 Hen. III. Extent (undated). 

Rutland. Tikencote alias Tykinghote alias Tykingkote, 2 parts of the manor 
(extent given) now in the king's hands. {See No. 275.) 

C. Hen. HI. File 10. (19.) 

204. William Danbys of Tykekote. 

Writ (missing). Inq. 34 Hen. HI. 

John, his son, aged 18 at the Purification last, is his heir. (See No. 275.) 

E. Series I. File 1953, No. 1. 

205. Alan de la Hale. 

Writ to Henry de Wingham and his co-escheator in co. Northampton, 25 Nov. 
34 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 
William, his son, aged 14, is his heir. 

Northampton. Hale, 1 virgate land held of the king by serjeanty of archery, 
6 acres of the fee of Nicholas de Hale, 19s. 6d. rent of assize, 6s. tallage of 
villeins, customs of villeins, and the advowson of the chapel. Agnes, late 
his wife, has her dower by the king's writ. 

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206. William Gurdun. 

Wiit to the sheriflf of Lincoln, 13 March, 35 Hen III. Inq. {undated.) 
William, his nephew, son of Eoger Gurdun, aged 23, is his heir. 

Lincoln. Aswardeby, 2 bovates land, whereof the said William was in seisin for 
20 years before it came to the king's hands. Thomas le Bretun, who was 
a Norman, held that land in fee and not by reason of wardship. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 11. (1.) 

207. Baldwin de Preston. 

Writ to the sheriff of Lancaster, 27 June. Inq. Saturday after St. Matthew, 
35 Hen. III. 
Henry, his son, aged 18 at Easter next, is his heir. 

Lancaster. Fisvike town, about 18a. land and a moiety of a mill, held of the 
king, rendering 3«. M. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 11. (2.) 

208. BiCHARD DE Barytll olias DB BaREVILL. 

Writ to the sheriff of Lincoln, 22 Aug. 35 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
Bobert, his son, aged 24, is his heir. 

Lincoln. (Unspecified) 36 bovates land held of the king in chief by service of 1 
sore sparrowhawk yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 11. (3.) 

209. BicHARD Laundry alias Landri. 

Writ to the bailiff of Kermerdin, 18 April, 35 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
William Landri, his brother, is his heir, and of full age. 

Carmarthen. Kermerden bailiwick, 2 carucates land (unspecified) held of the 
king in chief by service of 5s. 6rf., and if the king shall lead an army, he 
ought to go with horse and arms or send a sufficient Serjeant in his place. 

C. Hen. HI. File 11. (4.) 

210. Geoffrey de Bokinoham. 

Writ to the sheriff of Northampton, 11 July, 35 Hen. IH. Inq. {undated.) 
Geoffrey, his son, aged 25 and more, is his heir. 

Northampton. Bokingham town, J virgate land held of the king in chief by 
service of collecting the guard (rent) of Bokingham Castle to the king's use ; 
1 virgate of Sir William Mauduyt, rendering 10s. ; 2 virgates and 3a. and 5 
cottages of Sir Bichard earl of Cornwall, rendering 12s. 3d. ; and a 
windmill held of the said earl. {See No. 246.) 

C. Hen. III. File 11. (5.) 

211. Gilbert de Fopham. 

Mandate from Henry de Wengham to the escheator in co. Southampton with 
transcript oj writ, 4 Nov. 35 Hen. III. Inq. {undated and defaced.) 
Bobert, his son, aged 25, is his heir. 

Southampton. Bensted town, land and meadow, 4{. 5s. 4(2, rent from free 
tenants, and villeins' rents and services, held by 4i. 6s, 9d. rent to the king, 
at Aulton. 

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212. Richard le Botilleb alias le Butilleb. 

Writ to Henry de Wingham, escheator, 3 May, 35 Hen. HI. Extent {undated). 
Robert, his son. is his heir, and of full age. 

Cambridge. Waterbeche town, 110a. land, 32a. meadow, 45«. 4d. and ^Ib. cummin 
rent, and customs of villeins, held of the king in chief by service of i knight. 

Hebtfobd. Mesdun manor (extent given) held of the earl of Oxford by 1 knight's 
fee. 

Norfolk. Warham town, 100s. rent held of Sir John son of Geoffrey, service 
unknown. 

Essex. Enefeud town, 100s. rent held of the earl of Hereford, service unknown. 

C. Hen. IIL File 11. (7.) 

213. Richabd de Pbestekote alias de Fbestecot. 

Mandate from Henry de Wengham to the escheator in co. Oxford with transcript 
of rarity 3 Feb. 85 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 
Walter de Prestecot, aged 24, is his heir. 

Oxford. Blechisdon town, 1 hide land held of the king in serjeanty by service 
of bringing a roast of pork {assam porci) before the king when he shall hunt 
in Wychewude forest ; and another hide held by service of J knight's fee of 
the fee of Hervey Bagod, a Uttle fee of Mortain. {See No. 859.) 

C. Hen. III. FUe 11. (8.) 

214. William son of Guy.*^ 

Writ to the sheriff of Essex, 20 June, 35 Hen. IH. Inq. {undated.) 
Alexander, his son, aged 6, is his heir. 

Essex. (Unspecified), 160a. land held of the king in chief by service of 37«., 
and 6d. to the heirs of Nicholas Duket, and 6d. to those of John son of 
Payn for warranty; 80a. marsh held of the prior of the Hospital of 
St. John by service of 25s.; 40a. land of the inheritance of his wife 
held to farm of the hospital of St. Bartholomew, London, for 5 loads of 
wheat, 5 of winterwheat, 5 of beans, 5 of barley, 8 of oats, and 4 cart loads of 
hay ; 28s. 4d. rent of assize of the tenement held of the king ; and 26s. 5d, 
rent of assize of the inheritance of his wife. 

C. Hen. III. File 11. (9.) 

215. Guy de Dunevill alias de Donevil, a Norman. 

Writ to the sheriff of Hertford and Essex, 18 July, 85 Hen. IH. Inq. {undated.) 
He died in war against the king. 

[Hebtfobd ?] Buniton, 160a. arable and 8a. wood held of Earl William de 
Mandevill by service of J knight's fee. The jury do not understand that it is 
escheat to the king, because the said earl is between the king and John de 
Burgo, who gave the land to Henry de Bathonia, who now holds it. 

C. Hen. III. File 11. (10.) 

* The Calendar printed in 1806 desoribes him as of Wodham Ferren, and calls the place Soberj 
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216. Isabel, daughter of the elder daughter and one of the heirs of Eobbrt 
DE MuscAMPis, and sometime the wife of Adam db Wygeton. 

Writ to Thomas de Stanford and his co-eseheator in co. Northumberland, 4 May, 
35 Hen. III. Extent (undated). 
She is aged 16. 

Northumberland. WoUoure, a moiety of the capital messuage and the donation 
of the church, 32a. land in demesne, 8a. meadow, 3^ bovates land, a third 
of the mill, borough and garden, 45. 3rf. rent in Hehtpol, a third of the 
brewhouse, meadow, forest of Chiviot and tallage. 

Beleford, a third of the capital messuage, 120a. land in demesne, 8a. 
meadow, bondmen, cottars, a third of the herbage, brewhouse, garden, 
mill, &c. 

She holds of the king in barony, and has a third of the service of Henry de 
Dichend ; Lady Isabel de Muschans owes her 2 marks for the service of 
BoUisdon ; and she has 16d. of the service of John de Hehtpol. {See No. 202.) 

C. Hen. III. FUe 11. (11.) 

217. KiCHARD DB WrOTHAM. 

Writ to Henry de Wingham, escheator, 27 Dec. 35 Hen. III. 

William de Pleisseiz, aged 30, Custance, the wife of John le Blund, aged 40, 
Geoffrey de Skolonde, aged 24, and Christiana, the wife of Thqmas Pikot, aged 30, 
are his heirs. 

[Somerset.] Inq. (undated.) 

Mongton, Niweton, Katangre and Hamme manors (extents given) held 
of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee. 

Katangre manor, J hide land held of William Luvel by service of 10s. 
rent, and 1 ferling land held of Henry de Erlegh by service of 1 sparrow- 
hawk ; and there are due to the abbot of Muchelnye yearly, 1 quarter each of 
wheat, barley and beans, and 2 quarters of oats. 

Niweton, 2 messuages held of Stephen son of Michael by service of ^Ib. 
cummin, and 2 virgates land held of Roger Stalble by service of 1 white wand. 

Cricc town, ^ virgate held of the prior of Montacute by service of 5*. 

Ceddre, a messuage and 3a. held of William de Clofford by service of 
1 pair of gloves price Id. 

Kent. Heghelande town, land worth 46«. 8d. yearly held of the Archbishop. 

[ ] Inq. (fragment undated.) 

C. Hen. III. FUe 11. (12.) 

218. Roger de Katton alias db Katon. 

Writ to Thomas de Stanford and his co-escheator in co. Lancaster, 5 Oct. Inq. 
Thursday before SS. Simon and Jude, 35 Hen. III. 
John, his son, aged 2 at the feast of St. Martin next, is his heir. 

Lancaster. Liteldale, a pasture held of the king by service of 6s. &d. yearly. 

Katon town, 6 bovates held of Roger de Hesam by service of Is. 2d. ; and 
J of a water mill and fulling mill. 

Burg' town, 1 carucate land held of Matthew (de Burgo), by knight's 
service ; and J of Burg' mill. 

Lee town, J carucate land held of the same Matthew by knight's 
service ; and 1 carucate held of Sir Roger Gemet of Halehton by knight's 
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Of all of the above the said Roger's mother has her third part in dower ; and 
of the residue his wife ought to be dowered of a third part. 

C. Hen. III. File 11. (18.) 

219. BoBEBT DE Pavilli olias D£ Fayelly. 

Writ to Henry de Wengham, 7 Jan. 35 Hen. III. Inq. {undated and defective.) 
Robert, his son, aged 23, is his heir. 

[Northampton.] Peria alias Piry manor and advowson, and part of the manor of 
Hocton (extent given), including 6|<i. from the township of Coluntre, held of 
the king in chief of the honour of Peverel by service of 1 knight. Maud de 
Pavilli, his mother, holds that part in Hocton in dower. 

Sulebi manor and advowson (extent given) held of the abbot of West- 
minster by service of 100«. yearly, and [by payment] to the prior of the 
Hospital (of St. John) in England of 8«. 

Nottingham. Dudinton and Wetleghe, a certain land worth 152. held of 

and of Edmund de Lacy. 

C. Hen IIL File 11. (14.) 

220. Ada alias Eda de Baylloil alias de Baillol. 

Writ to Thomas de Stanford, escheator, 8 Sept. 85 Hen. III. Endorsed with 
return that he had done nothing upon it because it came under the seal of 
the sheriff of Nottingham and not under the king's seal, so that he had no 
warrant. 

Writ to Thomas de Stanford and his co-escheator in co. York, 16 Sept. 
35 Hen. IIL Inq. {undated.) 

YoBK. Stokesley manor was given by Sir Hugh de Balloil in free marriage to 
Ada his daughter, who, after the death of her husband, enfeoffed Hugh and 
Robert her sons thereof in 34 Hen. Ill, who afterwards delivered it to their 
mother to farm for life for 40s. rent. The said Lady Ada died at Stokesley 
on Saturday after St. James the Apostle, 35 Hen. Ill, and the said Hugh 
took and held seisin of the said manor, in the name of himself and his 
brother, until expelled by the king's letters (about the feast of St.) 
Bartholomew in the same year. 

NoBTHUMBERLAND. Inq. Thursday after St. Martin, 36 Hen. IIL 
Neubume manor (extent given). 
Walebotr, rents. 
Bottirlawe, rents. 
Deuelawe, rents. 

Golebrige and Linelis, 120a. land and a mill. 
Walton manor (extent given). 

All the above held in dower. 
Linton manor (extent given) held in marriage. 
Extent or summary of the above. 

C. Hen. III. File 11. (15.) 

221. Roger de Merlay. 

Writ to Henry de Wingham, escheator in co. Southampton, 7 Nov. 35 Hen. HI. 
Extent {undated). 
Mary, his daughter, and Hugh de Turbervill, are his heirs, and^of full age. 



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Southampton. Draytun, a moiety of the town (extent given) held of the king 
for life, of the king's gift of the escheat of the Normans by service of 
^ knight's fee to the earl of Arundel ; and it is the king's escheat. 

Farlingtone town, 20Z. land, which he long ago gave to Nicholas son of 
Thomas de Gyninges, in marriage with Agnes, his daughter, taking in 
exchange certain lands at Ebblesbume in co. Wilts and Bradelegh in 
CO. Berks for life. 

C. Hen. III. F%l4i 11. (16.) 

222. Hugh brother of Geoffrey de Hoyvill alias db Hoivilb. 

Writ to the sheriff of Southampton, 11 June, 35 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Southampton. Funtelye town, J knight's fee is held by the said Hugh of the 
countess of Arundel, who holds that service in dower of the inheritance of 
the heirs of Arundel. Richafd de Hoyvil held that land, after whose death 
it descended to Geoffrey his son ; Philip, the middle brother of the said 
Geoffrey and Hugh, who was of the allegiance of the king of France, 
begat a daughter, but the jury know not whether she lives or not ; and the 
said Philip was never in possession and died before the said Geoffrey, and no 
ancestor of theirs ever forfeited the said land, whereby it ought to be the 
king's escheat. 

C. Hen. III. File 11. (17.) 

223. John lb Flegheb. 

Wnt to the sheriff of Lincoln, 10 Aug. 85 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Ralph, his son, aged 4 J, is his heir. 

Lincoln. Bradeleg', capital messuage, 60a. arable, 7a. meadow and 16a. wood, 
held of the king in chief, rendering to the Exchequer 20 arrows yearly ; 
11^ bovates land held of the king in chief, rendering to the men of Grimesby 
towards the king's farm 4 marks yearly ; 8a. meadow held of Richard de 
Harington, rendering 2 ploughshares ; and 3a. arable held of John de Nevill, 
rendering 6d. wamoth. Of all which Huwelina, his mother, holds onte third 
in dower. 

C. Hen. III. File 11. (18.) 

224. GiLBEBi DB Everleg' alias de Evebesly. 

Wnt to the sheriff of Southampton, 2 Jan. 35 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
Walter, his son, aged 23, is his heir. 

Southampton. Bromsulle, 1 hide land held of the king in chief by service of 20«. 
and 2 suits at the hundred (court) of Odiham. 

Odiham town, 1 messuage similarly held by service of 12d. 
Odiham manor, 1 virgate land similarly held by service of 6s. yearly. 
Everesly, 1 hide land held of William de Wauton by service of i mark ; 
2a. meadow and 2a. land held of Peter de Mattingely by service of 6d. ; and 
15a. land held of Eichard de la Eigge by service of 4«. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 11. (19.) 

225. John de Wokengham alias de Waleingham. 

WHt to Thomas de Saunford, and his co-escheator in co. York, 12 Dec. Inq. 
Thursday the morrow of St. Paul, 35 Hen. III. 
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York. Givildal town, 8 J carucates land, a small water-mill and 2 tofts, held 
of the king in chief by serjeanty, worth 41. Id. besides the lady's part. 

Walkingham manor (extent given) held of earl Eichard in the honour 
of Cnarisburg, worth 61. 2s. 9^d. besides the lady's part. 

C. Hen. III. File 11. (20.) 

226. Matthew son of Guimar' alias Gumar* db Torintun. 

Writ de etate to the sheriff of Cambridge, 12 July, 35 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Cambriogb. He will be 22 at the feast of St. Matthew, 85 Hen. Ill, and his 

inheritance ought to be restored to him. (He is stated in the writ to be in 

the wardship of Peter de Sabaudia.) 

C. Hen. HI. File 12. (1.) 

227. Nicholas de Haversham. 

Writ to the abbot of Pershore, escheator, 16 Sept. 35 Hen. III. 
Nicholas, his son, is his heir, and of lawful age. 

Oxford. Inq. {vndated.) Throp town, SJ virgates land and two cottages held 
of Simon de Sancto Licio by service of i knight's fee, excepting J virgate 
which Peter de Esserung holds. 

Wilts. Inq. {undated and defective.) 

Gumpton town, ^ knight's fee, viz. — a moiety of the town (extent given) 
held of John [de Grimsjtede, by service of scutage. The advowson of 
Hereford church pertains to the said manor. 

Bereford town, 3 virgates land held of Sir William Avenel, rendering 20«. 

C. Hen. III. File 12. (2.) 

228. Eanulph son of Robert de Homw^ell aliaa db Helmeswell. 

Writ to the sheriff of Lincoln, 27 Jan. 85 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
William, his son, aged 24, is his heir. 

Lincoln. Glentewurth, land (unspecified) held of the king in chief by service of 
being usher before the justices of eyre at Lincoln for Common Pleas ; and 
he was in seisin of the office in the time of this king. 

C. Hen. III. File 12. (8.) 

229. Stephen db Hampton alias db Hamton. 

Writ to the abbot of Pershore, escheator, 19 March, 36 Hen. III. Extent {undated) . 
William, his son, aged 2 at the Nativity of St. John the Baptist next, is his heir. 

Oxford. (Unspecified), 8 hides land in demesne, and 14 J virgates in villenage, 
held of the king in chief by service of ^ knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 12. (4.) 

230. Fulk de Coudbay alias de Ghouderi, de Godray. 

Mandate from the abbot of Pershore to the escheator in co. Buckingham, with 

transcript of writ, 26 Nov. 86 Hen. III. 

Peter, his son, age variously stated as 13 at the feast of the Holy Cross in 
May next, 18^, 14, and 15 when Whitsunday comes, is his heir. 



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Buckingham. Extent (undated). 

Moulesso manor (extent given) held of William Talebot and his heirs in 
chief by service of one knight's fee ; and there are 5 knights' fees in co. 
Bucks and 1 in co. Bedford pertaining to the manor, which are held of the 
heirs of the Earl Marshal. 

Southampton. Inq. (undated.) 

Suderope (manor?), held of the king by service of 10s. yearly. 

Herierd manor, held of Sir Eeginald son of Peter in chief by service 
of IJ knights' fee; and 2 virgates land held of Sir Patrick Chauhard 
by service of 6«. yearly. 

Sireburn manor, held of Sir Robert de Sancto Johanne in chief for 
i knight's fee. 

[Berks.] Extent (undated). 

Paddewrh' manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by serjeanty 
of holding a rope (corda) in the Queen's ship whenever she shall cross 
between England and Normandy. 

Writ to the sheriff of Oxford (and Berks) (fragment undated), Inq. (undated^ 

[Berks.] Lifford manor, held of the heirs of the Marshal by service of 1 
knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 12. (5.) 

231. Matthew lb Vinbter alias Vinitarius. 

Writ to the sheriff of Kent, 9 Oct. Inq. Friday before SS. Simon and Jude, 
86 Hen. III. 

Kent. Canterbury, a house which was of Vinard a Jew given by the king to the 
said Matthew for life, by whose death it has become the king's escheat. Sir 
Bertrand de CrioU has since claimed 11. 10s. of the king's debt for Dover 
Castle, and a Gascon named William Alod 40«., but who ought to pay the 
same debts is unknown to the jury. 

C. Hen. III. File 12, (6,) 

232. Avis daughter of Richard lb Masle. 

Writ 29 June, 36 Hen. III. Inq. Tuesday before St. Margaret. 
William de Hauville, her son, aged 80, is her heir. 

Northumberland. Brothirwike town (extent given) held of the king in chief for 1 
sparrow hawk (niso) or J mark. 

Riplington town, 14 bovates land held of the lord of Werkewrthe by 
service of ^ knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 12. (7.) 

233. Geoffrey de Insula. 

Writ to the sheriff of Southampton, 11 Sept. 36 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
William de Insula is his heir, and of full age. 

Southampton. (Unspecified) 7^ fees held of Baldwin, son and heir of Baldwin 
sometime earl of Devon, who is in the king's ward, by knight's service; 
J virgate held of Roger de Aula by knight's service; and J virgate land 
held of Richard de Affeton by service of 7«. 

C. Hen. III. File 12. (8.) 



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234. AujBBEY LE Child of Stowe. 

Writ 25 May, 36 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Aubrey, his son, is his heir, and of full age. 

Cambridge. Stowe town, 29a. land, and 18d. rent held of the king by service of 

108. 

C. Hen. III. File 12. (9.) 

235. WlIiLlAM BuNECLfVE. 

Mandate from G. de Langele, justice of the Forest, to Sir E. de Muscegros, 
keeper of the forest of Savernak, with transcript of ivHt, 4 May. Inq. 
Sunday before Whitsunday, 36 Hen. III. 
He had 3 sisters, all deceased ; Margery, the eldest, had one son, William, who 

died leaving 2 daughters, Juliana, now aged 20, and Isabel, 17 ; Agnes, the second 

sister, had one son, William, now 25 ; and Joan, the third, had one son, William, 

now aged 21. 

[Wilts.] Savernak Forest, a bailiwick held of the king in chief worth 
12«. 8Jd. yearly ; 1 virgate land similarly held ; and J virgate held of the 
fee of the abbot of Battle (La Bataille) ; and of these tenements there are 
two dowers. 

C. Hen. HI. File 12. (10.) 

236. Pbter be Stanford. 

Wiit to the abbot of Pershore, and his mandate to Sir Guy son of Robert, 
escheator in co. Oxford, 28 Feb. 86 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 
Oliver, his brother, aged 26, is his heir. 

Oxford. Netelbedde, 1 virgate land held of the king in chief for 8«., and worth 
6 marks yearly, besides the office of the king's chapel. 

C. Hen. III. File 12. (11.) 

237. Ralph de Gatele. 

Writ, 8 June, 86 Hen. III. Extent (undated). 
Ralph, his son, aged 60 and more, is his heir. 

Norfolk. Gatele manor and advowson (extent given) held of the king in chief by 
service of 2 knights' fees, and 20«. yearly to the guard of Dover (Dorobemie) 
Castle ; and a tenement held of many other lords by 16^. 2d. rent. 

C. Hen. III. File 12. (12.) 

238. Thomas de Inqaldestorp alias Ingoldestrop. 

Mandate from the abbot of Pershore to Sir Simon de Stanford, escheator in co. 
Essex, with transcript oj tvrit, 26 Feb. 86 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Thomas, his son, aged 16, is his heir. 

Essex. Golne town, 120a. arable, 10a. meadow and pasture, 482 works and 
IBs. ^d. rent held of the inheritance of Isabel, his wife, of the fee of the Earl 
Marshal by service of J knight's fee ; and 120a. arable held of the said 
inheritance by means of many purchases made by Hamon father of the said 
Isabel, and the said 60a. (sic) were held by socage. 

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239. Felicia late the wife of William Mabtbl. 

Mandate from the abbot of Pershore to the escheator of Essex, with transcript of 
xcrit 20 Feb. 36 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Ralph Martel, her son, aged 40, is her heir. 

Essex. Rywehal town, 98a. arable, 4Ja. meadow, Sa. pasture, and 14«. 4d. rent, 
held of the king in chief by serjeanty of finding a moiety of an esquire in 
the king's army within England, with doublet, lance and iron cap, for 40 days. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 12. (14.) 

240. Ralph db Bolbbbc alias de Bulebek, de Bollbbbch. 

Writ 6 April, 36 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Osbert, his brother, age variously stated as 30 and more, and 40, is his heir. 

Lincoln. Fuleston town, J knight's fee held of Sir Ralph de Mundewille of the 
fee of Philip Marmiun in Scrifelby. His mother Ellen has her dower 
besides in the same town, and she also holds in Tathewel ^ fee in dower of 
the same fee. 

Writ, 7 April, 36 Hen. III. 

York. Inq. (undated.) Leveszham town, 6 bovates held of the king in chief in 
the socage of Pikering, paying 18s. Sd. yearly ; 20 bovates held of the fee of 
the earl of Albemarle by foreign service, and 2s. 6cZ. to the king for wapentake 
fine ; 6 other bovates held of the fee of the said earl, held by free tenants 
for 185. Id. yearly ; and a cottage, a mill and meadow held of the said fee. 
The whole bailiwick of the king's forest which he held was worth 100«., of 

which he rendered yearly to the king to the exchequer 4 marks ; and he had lib. 

pepper and l^lb. cummin rent, and was patron of Leveszham church, of which 

Robert le Bel is rector. His wife is not yet dowered of these lands, &c. 

York. Inq. (undated.) Levesham town, 6 bovates and a capital messuage held 
of the king in chief of his socage of Pikering by service of 16*. yearly; and 
26 bovates and a water mill held of the earl of Albemarle. 

Loketon town, 16 bovates held of the said earl by service, as well 
for the above lands as for these, of ^ knight's fee. 
Scalleby, 4 bovates held of the king's bondage. 

C. Hen. III. File 12. (15.) 

241. BiLPH PiROT alias Pyrot. 

Mandate from the abbot of Pershore to the escheator of Essex, with transcript of 
writ, 19 Feb. 36 Hen. III. 
Ralph Pyrot, knt., his son, aged 26 and more, is his heir. 

[EssBX.] Extent (undated). 

Lindesel manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of 
2 knights' fees. 

Gahbridob. Inq. (undated.) Sauston town, 2 knights' fees, viz. — 175Ja. and 
Ir. land in demesne, 4Z. 8s. Id. rent of free tenants, 14«. from customary 
tenants and cottars, and 20«. from meadow, held of the king in chief. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 12. (16.) 

242. Bboinald db Golbwik. 

Writ to the sheriff of Nottingham, 2 June, 36 Hen. III. Inq. (widated.) 
Philip, his son, aged 40 and more^ is his heir. . 



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Nottingham. Golewyk town, 1 carucate land held of the king in chief, rendering 
12 iron arrow points on his coming to Nottingham. 

Wiliugeby super le Wolde town, 19 bovates land held of the king in 
chief, rendering 1 horse price Bs. 4d., and a sack with a pin (brocha), 
when the king shall march into Wales with his army. 

C. Hen. III. File 12 (17.) 

243. Hugh de Bubdslbys. 

Writs to the sheriffs of Norfolk and of Cambridge and Huntingdon, 1 Nov. 
86 Hen. IH. Inq. {undated.) 
Geoffrey de Burdeleys is his heir, and of full age. 

Cambridge. He never held any lands of the king in the county. 

C. Hen. in. FUe 12. (18.) 

244. AoMES DE Lanyale aliaa db Lanyeday. 

Mandate from the abbot of Per shore to J. de Tubervill, escheator of Berks, with 
transcript oj writ, 19 Oct. 36 Hen. III. Inq. Thursday before the feast of 
St. Thomas the Apostle, 87 Hen. III. 
She died on the feast of St. Giles, 36 Hen. III. Her sisters, Agnes, married to 

John de Marisco, and Juliana, married to Geoffrey de Workeshale, are her heirs 

and of full age. 

Berks. Estbury, i knight's fee held of the king in chief ; a mill and 2a. land 
held of Henry de Sewelle, rendering iOd. ; and a pasture held of Richard de 
Lagha, rendering 12d. yearly. {See No. 190.) 

C. Hen. III. File 12. (19.) 

245. JoiGB son of Gilbert de Die'. 

Wnt to the sheriff of Lincoln, 80 Jan. 86 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
Joice, his son, aged 21 and more, is his heir. 

Lincoln. Morton and Dik', 7 boYates land held of the king in chief by sendee of 
i knight's fee; and 1 bovate of the heirs of Hugh Wake by service of 
■A knight's fee, 

C. Hen. III. FiU 12. (20.) 

246. Geoffrey de Boeingham. 

Writ to the sheriff of Northampton, 16 Aug. 86 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
Geoffrey, his son, aged 26, is his heir. 

Northampton. Eokingham, J Yirgate land held of the king in chief by service 
of collecting the guard of Bokingham Castle, and distraining for it, with 
the ard if necessary of the constable of the castle ; and he had of right 
for that service housebote and heybote in Cotingham wood, and hay and 
grass in the meadows of the abbot of Peterborough at Eston, and used to eat 
in the said castle when the king or his chief steward sojourned there, and 
had free fishery in Weland water ; also 1 virgate and 10a. land held of Sir 
R[ichard] earl of Cornwall by service of ls.\ and 1 virgate land held of 
Sir William Mauduyt by service of 10«. {See No. 210.) 

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247. Agnes Basset. 

Writ to the sheriff of Buckingham, 27 Aug. 36 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Robert son of Nigel, aged 80, is her heir. 

Buckingham. Bechehampton, Salden and Morton, one knight's fee (extent 
given) held of the king in chief ; and Morton was held of her, which the 
heirs of Paulin Peyvre now hold and do guard at Northampton Castle and 
scutage to the lord of the fee for it. 

Mursle town, J knight's fee (extent given) held of the king in chief. 

C. Hen, III. File 13. (2.) 

248. John de Sanoto Clabo. 

Mandate from the abbot of Persore to his co-escheator in co. Essex, with 
transcript of ivrit, 12 Oct. 36 Henry III. 
John, his son, aged 19, is his heir. 

Essex. Extent (undated). 

(Unspecified) 108a. arable, 5a. meadow, 3a. pasture, 12a. wood, 9$. lid. 
rent &c, held of many lords, rendering 6s. 6d. yearly. 

[Essex.] Inq. Saturday the octave of SS. Peter and Paul. 

Topesfeld town, 84a. arable held of Avice and Letice, daughters of 
Juliana, sister and heir of Aubrey (Albr*) de Wikes, who sold the same to 
Gerebert de Sancto Claro, father of the said John, for homage and service ; 
also 3a. meadow and pasture, 4a. wood, 45d. rent &c., held of the said heirs 
by 28. rent and service of i knight's fee ; also 8a. land, 5a. meadow, 4a. 
wood, 58. 5d. rent &c., held of Ralph de Cameis by service of 2«. ; 12a. land 
held of John Buscard by service of 12^. ; and 4a. land held of William, son 
of Geoffrey, by service of 12d. The heirs of the said Aubrey sold the ward- 
ship of the said land to John Talebot, the others hold the lands pertaining 
to their fees. (See No. 350.) 

C. Hen. III. File 13. (3.) 

249. JocEus Pbesbiterus, a Jew. 

Commission to Edward de Westminster, 4 Aug. 36 Hen. III. 

London. Inq. (undated.) 

Bassieshawe, 3 houses, which were of the said Joceus, now held by 
Henna, daughter of Elias le Eveske, in dower ; and 1 house now held by 
Isaac, son of the said Joceus; 3 houses by the house of Aaron son of 
Abraham, and 2 houses and a garden in Golemanstreet, similarly held. 

St. 01ave*s parish, 3 houses similarly held, but the said Isaac says the 
houses were his and not his father's, and prays for a scrutiny of the rolls of 
the Exchequer of the Jews. 

(The jury consists of Christians and Jews who give separate valuations, 
the Jews in each case valuing the houses at a higher selling rate than the 
Christians.) 

C. Hen. III. File 13. (4.) 

250. Emery Batayll alias Batailhe. 

Writ de melius inquirendo, 8 May, 36 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
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Essex. Lacedone, 80a. arable, and 

Bradewell, a messuage and 68a. arable, with pasture and 28«. 3Jrf. rent 
&c. held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's^fee, 10s. to the keeping 
(custodie) of Dover, and suit at the king's court of Hagle. 

Purle, 100a. arable with a messuage held in dower by John de Aketon 
and Petronilla his wife, mother of the said Emery, of his inheritance, by 
service of i knight's fee of the fee of William de Houbrigge. 

Bradewell, pasture for 120 sheep and 8s. Ad, rent, similarly held in 
dower, whereof hs. 2d. was of the king's fee, and the residue of another fee. 

And the said Emery sold 10a. of the king's fee in Lacedon to John Page, 
and 2a. in Bradewell to Peter Batailhe, on which they built many fair houses. 

C. Hen. III. File 13. (5.) 

251. Walteb Biset. 

Writ, 30 Oct. 36 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

YoBK. He was seised for many years of Ulvington manor, but whether on the 
day he died or not is unknown to the jury^ because he died in Scotland in an 
island called Araan ; some say he died on Tuesday before St. Michael, and 
others on Tuesday after St. Michael ; but on Tuesday before St. Michael 
came a messenger from him with letters patent to his bailiff, Gerard de 
Boghes, containing that he had given the said manor to Thomas Biset, his 
nephew, and that the said Gerard should put him in seisin, which he did on 
Friday, three weeks after St. Michael, the said Thomas saying that his uncle 
was in good health ; but soon after rumour being heard in co. York of the 
said Walter's death, the king's escheators seized the manor into the king's 
hands and they still hold it. 

C. Hen. III. Foe 13. (6.) 

252. Roger Gernet. 

Writ, 11 April, 36 Hen. III. Inq. Saturday before SS. Philip and James. 
Benedict Gernet is his heir, and of full age. 

[Lancaster.] . Halton town, 3 carucates land (and the advowson) held of the king 
in chief by forest service, whereof the church of St. Wilfrid, Halton, is 
enfeoffed of 1 carucate in frank almoin, and the abbot of Fumes of 18a. with 
pasture, and widow Margaret holds 16a. and pays farm to the king ; also 
2 water mills and a fulling mill, and a moiety of a fishery (in theLon' water). 

Leek, 1 carucate land and a water mill held of the king in chief by 
forest service; also 2 carucates v^hich Matthew de Burgo and the heir of 
Katon hold by knight's service. 

Burg' town, 6 carucates, similarly held, which Richard and Matthew 
de Burgo hold by knight's service; (also a mill). 

Fiswyke town, 1 carucate similarly held, whereof Roger de Fyswyke 
holds 1 bovate and others 60a., and pay farm to the king ; also a water mill 
and a moiety of a fishery (on Ribbil water). 

Laylondeschyre, 2 carucates (in Ecliston town), held of Sir William 
earl of Ferires, in chief by service of forestry, and finding one * judicator * in 
Lancaster county (court), and 1 suitor at the Earl's court of Eccleston ; 
whereof 1 carucate is held in demesne, and the other by Warin de Waleton 
by service of 4 s. 

Wytstan (alias Quistan) town, 4 J carucates (with the advowson) similarly 
held, which Richard de Wytston holds by knight's service. 

Speke town, 2 carucates similarly held, which William de Molyneus 
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Of all which lands &c. the Lady Cecily de Mascy, Bometime the wife of 
William Gernet, brother of the said Sir Roger, has a third part (in dower). 

Writ to G. de Lang*, justice of the forest, 8 May. Inq. The morrow of the Holy 

Trinity, 36 Hen. III. 
Lancaster. He was forester in Lancaster forest, and held in Halton &c. as 



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C. Hen. III. File 18. (7.) 



253. QuBNiLDA late the wife of Sir Soger Gbbnet. 

Writ, 28 April. Liq. Monday after the feast of Trinity ? 36 Hen. III. 

Robert de Stokeport and Sir Ralph de Bethum are her heirs, and of full age. 

Lancaster. Brunigg' town, 1 carucate and 1 J bovate land, whereof 12 carucates 
make a fee, held of the king in chief by knight's service. 

Clahton town, 2 carucates held of Edmund de Lasci, earl of Lincoln, in 
chief by knight's service. 

Neusum town, 2 bovates held of the said earl by knight's service, receiv- 
ing therefrom 2 spurs at Christmas. 

Carleton town, 1 carucate held of the heirs of William de Lancaster in 
chief by knight's service. Id. rent, and suit at Gayrsthang court. 

Wyttinton town, 5 bovates and 14a. land held of the heirs of Sir 
William de Lindeshye in chief by service of 4s. 6d., and suit at Lonesdale 
wapentake and Lancaster county (court). 

Lancaster town, 1 burgage and 1 little waste place, held of Sir Richard 
de Vernun, by exchange of a quarter of Apelbi in co. Leicester. 

Bretherton, 1 carucate held of the earl of Lincoln in chief by knight's 
service. 

Achton town in Derbischyre, 1 carucate held of Sir William, earl of 
Ferires, by knight's service. 

Botele town, 1 carucate held of the church of St. Mary, Waleton, by 
service of 40d. 

Kirkeby town, 1 carucate held of E. lord of Lasci in chief by knight's 
service. 

Fomeby town, 2 carucates held of Sir William, earl of Ferires, by 
service of 8s., which Margery de Lamelesburi holds. 

C. Hen. III. File 13. (8.) 

254. Gerald de Frendeg'. 

Writ (missing). 

He had to wife the sister of Theobald Butler (Pinceme), and of her begat one 
daughter surv iving, whom John de Cogan married and of her begat one son, aged 
8 at the feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin, 85 Hen. HI ; afterwards the 
said Gerald married a daughter of Richard de Burgo and of her begat one daughter 
who will be 10 at the feast of St. Patrick in Lent, 86 Hen. Ill ; this boy and girl 
are his heirs. 

[Ireland, Cork.] Inq. (undated.) 

Belnar' alias Benneer, Bellonar', and Dufglas, 11 fees, 8 carucates 
and 13a. land, held of the king < in chief by service of 2 knights, viz. — 
1 fee held by the heirs of Thomas Bloet by service of J fee, i fee by Hugh 
Bigod by service of J fee, 13 carucates by Alan son of Miles by service of i 
and I fee, 1 fee by Patrick de Curcy by service of i fee, 4 fee by William de 
Prendeg' by service of J fee, 6 carucates by Michael de Cogan by service of 



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J fee, J fee by Philip de Borrehard by service of J fee, J fee by Philip de 
Stanton by service of J fee, 3 carucates by Philip Stakepol by service of | fee, 
J fee by Henry de Vitewrthe by service of J fee, and 1 J carucates by Alexander 
de Rnp' by service of J fee, which land is in the lord's hands and put to farm 
for 2 marks yearly, 10 carucates by the burgesses of Bellonar' for 71. 6s. 
yearly, and J fee for 30«. yearly,, and other lands by divers tenants (names 
given) at divers rents, a mill &c. ; and at Dufglas 7^ carucates held in free 
burgage for 81. ds. lOd. and 6 marks from a mill &c. 

pBBLAND, Cork.] Inq. (unduted.) 

Balacha, 14 fees, 4 carucates and 16a. land, held of Sir David de Barry 
in chief by service of 2 knights, and 1 fee held of the bishop of Cloyno {ClorC) 
for J mark, viz. — 3 fees held by Sir John de Cogan by service of 1 knight's 
fee, 1 fee by Richard son of Philip by service of J fee, J fee by Peter son of 
Geoffrey by service of J fee, i fee by David son of Adam by service of J fee, 1 
fee by David de Prendeg' by service of J fee, J fee by John Stakepol by service 
of \ fee, J fee by Maurice de Prendeg' by service of \ fee, J fee by Henry de 
Capella by service of \ fee, J fee by Maurfce de Prendeg' by service of \ fee, 
1 fee byEl(ias) de Prendeg* in free marriage, 4 carucates by William de 
London in exchange without service, 2 carucates by William son of Philip in 
free marriage, 7 carucates by the burgesses of Balache in free burgage for 
7 marks 40d. yearly, and other lands by divers tenants (names given) by 
divers rents ; also 18i marks yearly from the Irish of Muscry, for 2 fees ; 
4 carucates and 21a. meadow in demesne; 3 carucates at Dunhuge ; and 
mills, &c. 

Corkoyhe, a moiety of the Cantref held of David de Barry by service of 
1 knight : John son of Thomas held it by the same service of the said 
Gerald, but never performed it, nor did the said Gerald to the said David. 

Tibemeyvin (?), 7 fees, 7 carucates and 59 Ja. in Desbeg' held of Richard 
de Burgo by service of 2 knights, and 1 carucate held of the bishop of 
Limerick (Limir) for J mark, viz. — 3 fees held by Gerald son of Miles by 
service of ^ knight's fee, 1 fee by Henry de Prendeg' by service of i fee, J fee 
by Alexander Baard by service of J fee, J fee by William Barat by service 
of J fee, and other lands in Tibernevin (?) town &c. held by divers tenants ' 
(names given) by divers rents ; 3 carucates held by the Irish for 3J marks 
yearly ; 5 carucates, 4Ja. land in demesne, let for 201 J crannocks of wheat, 
price of the crannock 40d., and 201 J crannocks of. oats, price of the 
crannock 18d., 34a. meadow, and a mill, &c. (See No. 862.) 

C. Hen. III. File 13. (9.) 

255. Isabel de Evebikgham. 

Writ, 14 July, 36 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Sir Adam de Everingham, her son, is her heir, and of full age. 

Nottingham. Lexington manor (extent given), tenure unspecified. 

Syrewde forest, the keepership (extent given) pertained to the said Isabel 
by hereditary right, and for that keepership there was released to her 
ancestors foreign service of 12J knights' fees by the king's ancestors. 

C. Hen. HI. FUe 13. (10.) 

256. Andbew Hekbobel. 

WrU of extent^ 10 July, 36 Hen. IH. Inq. (undated.) 

OxFOBD. Ludewell town, 3 virgates land (extent given), sometime held by the 
said Andrew. 

C. Hen. III. File 13. (11.) 



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257. Mabel Revel alias Rivbl. 

Mandate from the abbot of Pershore to John de Aure, escheator in co. Somerset, 
with transcript of writ ^ 18 May, 86 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Sabina de Ortiaco, her daughter, aged 40 and more, is her heir. 

Somerset. Stokes, Swelle and Perefc manors held of the king in chief by service 
of 1 knight's fee, a little fee of Mortain. 

Swelle, 10a. meadow held of Ralph Danbeny by service of 2s. ; and 12a. 
meadow of the abbot of Alignye by service of 3s. 

C. Hen. III. File 13. (12.) 

258. Ranulph son of Robert. 

Writ, 7 Dec. 37 Hen. III. Extent {undated). 
Ralph, his Bon, aged 34, is his heir. 

Norfolk. [Stoc?]tone manor, held of the king in chief by service of J 
knight's fee. 

6 knights' fees held of the honour of Richmond, but not in demesne. 
Hedersete manor held with the said fees by a rent of 60s. to the honour 
of Richmond, 6s. yearly to Hubert Hakun, 3s. to a scutage of 40s., and 4s. 
yearly to Costecye manor. (See No. 743.) 

C. Hen. HI. File 13. (13.) 

259. Emma, late the wife of Jordan de Insula. 

Writ to the sheriff of Southampton, 27 Feb. 37 Hen. III. 

Walter, son of the said Jordan and Emma, age variously stated as 14 and 15, 
is her heir, and in the wardship of the said Jordan. 

Southampton. Inq. (undated.) The Isle [of Wight] , 2 parts of 1 carucate land, 
with pasture adjacent, and 71s. 2d. rent and i mark from meadow, held of 
B. de Insula, sometime earl of Devon, (whose heir is in the king's ward), 
service unspecified. 

[Somerset.] Inq. (undated.) Lillesdun, IJ carucate land held of the earl of 
the Isle by knight's service. 

Chefcumbe, 1 hide land held of the abbot of [For] de by service of 20«. 

[Dorset.] Gatemarestun, IJ hide held of Reginald de Albemarle by service of 
1 mark yearly. 
All these lands are in the hands of the said Jordan. 

C. Hen. III. File 13. (14.) 

260. Godfrey de Gamaoes. 

Writ to the sheriff of Gloucester, 27 Oct. 37 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Gloucester. Meone alias Mune manor was in the seisin of Henry de Penebrigg' 
for three years before the death of the said Godfrey, and 10/. land in Dimmuk 
alias Dimmoc for one year and more. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 13. (15.) 

261. William Madut alias Mauduth. 

Mandate from the abbot of Pershore to his co-escheator in co. Essex, with 
transcript of writ, 28 Jan. 37 Hen. III. Extent (undated). 
John, his son, aged 15 at the feast of All Saints next, is his heir. 



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EssBX. Hatfeld Peverel, 76Ja. arable, 7Ja. meadow, 6a. pasture, and 3«. 4d. 
rent, held of the king's fee by service of J knight's fee; 27a. held of the fee 
of Gilbert Maudut by service of 2d., and 1 mark rent held of the same fee ; and 
16a. arable and lia. meadow held of the fee of Langeford by service of 2s. 

CHen, III. File n. (16.) 

262. Robert db Blaebfobd. 

John, his son by Avice his wife, aged 9 and more after the feast of All Saints 
last, is his heir. 

WHt to the sheriff of Wilts, 26 Feb. 37 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

WeEiTs. 655. 4rf. rent (mispecified) held by purchases of Sir Geoffrey le 
Chaumberleng by service of 12d. and lib. cummin. He held no tenement 
of the inheritance of Avice his wife, nor of his own inheritance. 

Writ to the sheriff of Devon, 26 Feb. 37 Hen. III. Inq. {undated,) 

Devon. Bamton, 1 knight's fee held of the inheritance of Avice his wife, of the 
king in chief by service of 1 knight's foe. 

Rews, 1 fee, and Dunesford, J fee, held of Geoffrey de Mandeville by 
service of IJ knights' fee. 

Hockford, 1 fee, which John de Hockford and Maud his wife, mother of 
the said Avice, hold in dower of Henry de Tracy by service of 1 knight's fee. 
All which lands were held of the inheritance of the said Avice, and the said 
Robert held nothing in the county of his own. 

C. Hen. III. File 1^. (17.) 

263. William db Wbllbslbye alias db Wbllbslbg*. 

Writ to the sheriff of Somerset, 20 May, 37 Hen. III. Inq. {undated and defaced.) 
Thomas, his son, aged 20|, is his heir. 

Somerset. The serjeanty on the east of the Perret inco. Somerset held by service 
of one mewed sparrowhawk, price 2 besants ; add no land pertains to that 
office. 

Wellesleg', J- of a hide land held of the bishop of Bath by service of 
the serjeanty of the hundred of Wells F(orum). 

Lutleton, J virgate land held of William de Melesbergh' by service of 
4«.(?) 

These lands were never in the keeping of the king or of any of his 
predecessors. {See Nos. 298 and 860.) 

C. Hen. III. File \Z. (18.) 

264. Theobald lb Botileb. 

Writ de melius inquirendo to the sheriff of Lancaster, 20 Jan. Inq. the morrow 
of St. Matthias, 37 Hen. III. 
Theobald is his heir. 

Lancaster. Brocton, the land which Master William le Saucer holds, was not 
the right of Theobald le Butiler nor his inheritance, but he took it by force 
from Richard son of Ughtred, nor had he it of the gift or bail of any of the 
king's ancestors ; and because of his many transgressions in seizing the lands 
of Robert son of Bernard, Walter son of Osbert, WiUiam son of Swan, and 
others of Aumundernes, and other injuries, the king disseised him of all his 
lands. Theobald is his heir, but has no right in the said land of Brocton. 
{See No. 163.) 

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265. BoBEBT DE Sevatikz alias de Sevanz alias de Sewonz. 

Robert, his son, age variously stated as 8 and 4, is his heir. 

Mandate dc. with transcript oj writ, 20 Jan. 37 Hen. III. Inq. {undated fragment.) 

KjiNT. [Aldintone] manor (extent given). The lady Maud de 

holds in dower. 

Meleton, 182a. arable .... a water mill, held [of the earl of 
Gloucester] . 

[Wielmeston] the manor is held of [the archbishop of Canterbury] 
by service of J knight's fee. 

Mandate dtc, with transcript of writ, 20 Jan. 87 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Essex. Vygeberh town, 300a. arable, 2Ja. meadow, pasture in the marsh, 

375. Sfd. (?) and 2Zft. pepper, &c. held of Ralph de Suford (by service of) 2 

knight's fees with dower. {See No. 158.) 

G. Hen. III. File 13. (20.) 

266. WiLiiiAH de Bavbnt. 

Mandate dtc. toith writ and transcript of ivrit, 4 Sept. 87 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 
JoUand, his son, aged 22, is his heir. 

Lincoln. Maringis town, held of the king in chief ty the serjeanty of 
keeping falcons {falcones lanarios arduarios). 

Billesbi and Winceby, held of the fee of the countess of Bolingbroch by 
homage only, and by the aforesaid service to the king. The said towns are 
in the king's hands. 

C. Hen. III. File 14. (1.) 

267. RooBB de Novo Buboo. 

Writ {missing). Inq. {undated but endorsed in a later hand * 37 H. 8.') 
Alexander, his son, aged 28, is his heir. 

[Salop.] Opinton, 1 virgate and 3 nooks {nokas) land, and 4d. rent from a mill, 
held of the king in chief by service of | part of a sore sparrowhawk (nisi) yearly. 
Newport {in novo burgo), J virgate land, 5s. 6d. rent and J a mill, held 
of Sir James de Alditheleg' by service of 6d. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 14. (2.) 

268. Joan de Febbes alias de Fbbbebs. 

Mandate dtc. with transcript of writ, 16 Nov. 37 Hen. III. 

John de Everenges alias de Averenges, her son, aged 23, is her heir. 

Somebsbt. Inq. {ypfidated.) Brumpton manor held of the king in chief by 

service of J knight's fee. 
OxFOBD. Inq. {undated.) 

Redcot, 8 parts of 1 hide land held of the king in chief by service of J 
knight's fee. 

Grafton, J hide land held of the prior of Nugun for 40«. 

C. Hen. III. File 14. (3.) 

269. John Luvel alias Lovbl. 

John, his son, aged 30, is his heir. 

Writ to the sherifif of Norfolk, 28 Dec. 87 Hen. HI. Inq. {undated.) 
NoBFOLE. Docking, Bomere and Tychewell towns, 1 knight's fee held of the king 
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Writ to the sherifif of Oxford, 23 Dec. 37 Hen. III. Inq. (v/ndated.) 
OxFOBD. Mynistre manor, held of the earl of Leycestre by service of J knight's 
fee ; and 3Ja. of assart held of the king in chief by 2l|d. rent. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 14. (4.) 

270. Alsxandbr de Neyil. 

Writ (mUsing). Inq. Saturday after Shrovetide, 37 Hen. III. 

Lincoln.^ He held his barony of the king in chief by service of 3 knight's fees, 
finding 3 knights in the king's army for 40 days at his own cost. (See No. 
164.) . 

C. Hen. III. File 14. (5.) 

271. BOBERT DB SWARBEBY. 

Writ and mandate dec. with transcript of tority 27 Aug. Inq. Friday after the 
Nativity of the Blessed Mary, 37 Hen. III. 
Hugh, his son, is his heir, and of full age. 

Lincoln; Kbsteven.' Marton town, 11. land, now in the hands of Philip de 
Marton, held of the king in chief by service of J knight's fee. 

G. Hen. III. File 14. (6.) 

272. Emeby de Saoy. 

Writ, 25 July, 37 Hen. IE. Inq. (undaUd.) 

Isabel, aged 25, and Agnes, aged . . his daughters, are his heirs. 

SouTHAHPTON. Boitun town, 3 carucates land held of the king in chief by 
service of 1 knight's fee ; also pasture for 600 sheep, 21a. meadow, 4i. 9«. 
5i^. rent from freemen, 192. 10^. Id. from villeins, and 128. from the cus- 
toms of the hundred, 2 mills, 231 fowls rent, and 44«. lid. from customs of 
villeins. 

Penbere, 6 marks rent, which he gave to Peter his son. 
Selebum, J carucate land, a mill, &c. which he sometime gave to the 
Templars. 

C. Hen. III. File 14. (7.) 

273. Joan db Sauhpobd alias db Sanford. 

Writ of extent to the sheriff of Kent, 16 Dec. The sheriff is also to enquire who 
cut down the wood of Dene, and to sunmaon Hamon de Crevequer to show 
wherefore he intruded upon the land of Dene, a moiety whereof ought to be 
in the king's wardship by reason of Hugh de Plessetis, one of the said Joan's 
heirs, who ought to hold of the king in chief in Moston'. Extent Friday 
after St. Hilary, 87 Hen. HI. 

Ksm. Dene, 100a. land, 24a. wood, 18s. 4^. rent, and a rent of 26 hens 
(Return of names of those who cut down the said wood.) 

Buckingham. Mandate {undated) from the abbot of Pershore to his escheator to. 
extend the lands of the said Joan in Messenden. Extent (missing). 

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274. Pbtbr db Goldinton. 

Denise, aged 24, Isabel, age variously stated as 15 and 16, and Maud, 
aged 12, his daughters, are his heirs. 

Mandate dc. with transcript oj writ, 28 Dec. 37 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
NoRTHAMTON. Cotis manor being his chief manor, (extent given) with 1 carucate 

land in Horpol pertaining thereto, held of the king in chief by service 

of 1 knight's fee. 

Mandate dtc. with transcript of writy 2 Jan. 37 Hen. III. Inq, (undated.) 
Leicester. Wrthinton manor (extent given) held of Sir John de Verdun by 
service of 1 knight's fee. 

Claxton, 12 virgates and IJ bovate in the manor, held of Sir Robert de 
Ros, service unknown. 

C. Hen. III. File 14. (9.) 

275. William lb Danbys. 

Writ to the sheriff of Rutland, 18 March. Extent. Wednesday in Whitsun week, 

37 Hen. III. 

John, his son, aged 21 on Sunday before St. Peter in Cathedra last, is his 
heir. 

Rutland. Thikencot manor (extent of two parts given), held of Sir Robert Grim- 
baud by 1 knight's fee. The king had the wardship of the said John through 
Sir William de Pleiseto, and he through Sir Gilbert de Preston, and he 
through Sir Robert Grimbaud the chief lord. Mabel the wife of the said 
William le Daneis had two parts of the manor by the king's command for 
two years. (See Nos. 203 and 204.) 

C. Hen. III. File 14. (10.) 

276. William Mubibl, of New Castle. 

Writ, 19 Feb. Extent St. Valentine's day, 37 Hen. III. 
John, his son, aged 18, is his heir. 

Stafford. Scholstun town, 1 virgate land held of the king in chief by serjeanty 
of keeping the wood of the castle which is called le Glif. 

Newcastle borough, the house in which he lived, a house held by Jurdan 
son of William, J nook of land and a curtilage. 

Espleg, 1 virgate land held of Robert de Sugenhul by farm of 4d. 
Sclindun, 1 nook of land held of Robert de Sclindun by farm of %d. ; and 
1 selion held of Roger le Sergant by farm of Id. 
Bocchenhale, Qd. from 1 messuage. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 14. (11.) 

277. Gboffrby db^Gostantin alias db Costbntyn. 

Writ, 8 Feb. 37 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Geoffrey, his son, aged 21 on St. Lucy's day 37 Hen. Ill, is his heir. 

[Ireland.] Balyrothery, 7 carucates land held of the king in chief by service of 
1 archer. 

Kilbixy and Kenkelly held of Walter de Lascy by service of 4 knights. 
Dromiskyn, 1 knight's fee held of the archbishop of Ardmach by 
rent of 2lb. wax. 

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278. William Avbnel alias db Avenbl. 

Mandate dtc. with trajiscript of writ, 18 Oct. 37 Hen. IH. 

He died about the feast of St. Luke. Matthew de Forneaus, age variously 
stated as 28 and 29, is his heir. 

Devon. Inq. Thursday before St. Andrew, 38 Hen. HI. 

Batthestorn, land (extent given) given by Earl William de Vernun to 
Nicholas Avenel and his heirs, from whom descended the said William who 
died without heir of his body, whereof he held 16a. of demesne, and 4a. 
meadow of Adam de Tonehill, and the residue was held of the earl of Devon. 

Honeton borough, 8 burgages held of the said Adam. 

Devon. Inq. The vigil of St. Andrew, 38 Hen. III. 

Chillat', lands (extent given with names of tenants) held of the king in 
chief by i knight's fee. 

Schepwayse (extent given with names of tenants) held of the king in 
chief by two parts of 1 knight's fee. 

Morleg', 4 knights' fees, which W. de Morleg' holds, held of the earl of 
Devon. 

Menaschaf, J fee, which Roger son of Simon holds, held of Sir John de 
Cortenay. 

Suideleg', J fee is held by Richard of the gift of the said William, of 
the fee of H. de Traci. 

Wilts. Inq. (undated,) 

Worem' demesne (extent given) held of Sir Nicholas son of Martin by 
rent of a sore goshawk or 10s. 

Bereford, held * as appears in the extent there made.' 

[Southampton.] Inq. Thursday after St. Andrew, 38 Hen. III. 

Esselegh, capital messuage, 12a. land, 9a. meadow, 44s. 7^d. rent of 
freemen, a mill, 35s. Qd. from villeinage &c. ; which are the king's escheat 
as Normans' lands, because William de Vernun, earl of the Isle, held the same 
of the king in chief and gave it to one Hawisia in free marriage with William 
Avenel ; she gave it to her son Nicholas Avenel, a Norman, after whose 
death William his son held it, doing suit twice a year at the earl's hundred 
court of Cristeschirch, and died without heir of his body ; but he had an 
uncle, brother of the said Nicholas, in Normandy, having an inheritance 
named Rocheland, who left sons who are still living. 

SoMEBSET. Inq. (undated and defective.) 

Estinton and Pu [kin ton] held . .of William de • Fortibus by 
service of 2 knights' fees. (See Nos. 307 and 325.) 

C. Hen. III. File 14. (13.) 

279. Richard db Wytsaund alias db Wytsand. 

Writ and mandate dc. with transcript of writ , 11 Jan. 37 Hen. III. 
Baldwin de Wytsaund, aged 30 and more, is his heir. 

Essex. Extent (undated). 

Stamburne town, 132a. land, 3Ja. meadow, ^. pasture, 3s. 6d. rent, 96 
works, 2.hens yearly, and S^a. wood, held of the honour of the earl of Mondevill 
by service of IJ knight's fee ; 8a. land held of Eustace de Grenvill' by service 
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Essex. Extent (undated). 

Great Perendon, 350a. arable, 15a. meadow, 7a. pasture in mores, 40a. 

uncultivated (frische) pasture, 13s. 6d. rent, &c. and the advowson of the 

church, held of the honour of Boulogne ; 16a. arable and 8a. of uncultivated 

(frische) land held of the abbot of Bileg' by 25d. yearly ; and 6a. arable and 

• 2s. rent held of the Hospital by 2s. yearly. 

Writ de melius inquirendo, 28 Jan. 37 Hen. III. Inq. (undated,) 

[Essex.] He held of the honour of Boulogne, which is in the king's hands, 1 
knight's fee in Great Perendon by knight's service ; also IJ knights' fee in 
Stanburn of the earl of Hereford by the like service ; and lands of the abbot 
of Byleg' &c. (as above). 

C. Hen. III. File 14. (14.) 

280. Isabel be Yaloynes alias de Valoiniis. 

Writ, 17 April, 37 Hen. III. 

William Comin alia^ de Valoynes, her son, age variously stated as 16 and 17, 
is her heir. 

Mandate dc. with transcript of writ, 17 April, 37 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Essex. Hecham town, 200a. land, 18a. meadow, 8a. pasture, 46s. 6d. rent, and 
532 works worth 31s. held of the king in chief (service unspecified). 

Mandate dkc. with transcript of writ, 17 April, 37 Hen. III. Extent (undated). 
NoBFOLK. Dersingham, 34a. land, 3Ja. meadow, 6s. M. herbage, 34s. lOd. rent, 
customs of villeins worth 17s. 8Jc?., held of the king in chief by J knight's fee. 

Mandate dx. with transcript of writ, 17 April. Extent. The day of (the Inven- 
tion of) the Holy Cross in May, 37 Hen. III. 

Suffolk. Fakeham manor (extent given with names of tenants) including small 
rents from Sapston and Euston, held of the king in chief rendering 3s. lOJd. 
to the guard of Norwich Castle ; and 1 knight's fee held of the abbot of St. 
Edmund by ^ mark when scutage shall come to 40s. 

Mandate dc. with transcript oj v)rit, 17 April, 37 Hen. III. Inq. (undated and 

defective.) 
Hbbtfobd. Sauecampe town (full extent given) held of the king in chief, service 

unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. File 14. (15.) 

281. Henby de Hauvill' aZias de Hauwill' alias de Havil'. 

Writ to the escheator of Lindsey, . . . July, 37 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Lincoln ; Lindsey. Clysby, 30s, rent held for life and now the king's escheat. 

Lincoln; Kesteven. Mandate dc. with transcript of writ, 12 July. Inq. Sunday 

after St. James, 37 Hen. III. 

Haucunby manor (extent given), held (of the king) by serjeanty in 

augmentation of the serjeanty of Duntun of keeping falcons; also 15a. 

arable and 7a. wood held of Gerard de Hacunby ; and the customary toll 

(lastagium) of Boston held by service of receiving the king's presents as 

well of falcons as of other things. 

The said Henry had three soijs, of whom Ralph the eldest died before his 
father, and had three sons, ages unknown. Henry, son of the said Henry, is 
believed to be his next heir; but he enfeoffed Thomas his son of Hacunby 
manor eight days before his death, so that the escheator, when he went to seize 
the manor into the king's hands, found him in full seisin. 



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HENRY III. 73 

Mmidate d'c. icith transcript oj writ, 12 3uly {fra(pnent). Inq, (undated.) 

Buckingham. Little Linford manor, held of Sir William de Bellocampo 
Bedeford and Idonea his wife of the honour of Neuport Paynel by free 
socage rendering 6«. yearly. But the manor was not held by the said Henry 
as his own right or that of Ellen his wdfe; by her he had a son named Ralph, 
whose eldest son is aged 7 ; afterwards Henry and Ellen had son named 
Henry, to whom Henry son of Peter Norh' gave the said manor of Little 
Linford, making seisin to him by a gold ring. Henry son of Peter held the 
manor and Henry (son of Henry and Ellen) for two years, as guardian and 
afterwards handed them over to the said Henry and Ellen as guardians of 
the said Henry (the younger). 

Mandate dc, with transcript oj writ, 12 July, 37 Hen. IIL Extent {undated). 
Norfolk. ^Duntun manor held of the king in chief by serjeanty of keeping the 
king's falcons. 

Renham, 6Z. homage and rents held of the king in chief by 40«. rent. 
Thomas, son of the said Henry is his next heir, by reason that the said 
Henry enfeoffed him of the said manor, homage and rents, and he was in full 
seisin for 7 days before the said Henry's death. {See Nos. 337 and 361.) 

C. Hen. III. File 14. (16.) 

282. WlIiLIAM LE Rus. 

Alice, his daughter, aged 6 at Christmas next, is his heir. 

Mandate dx. with transcript of writ, 7 June, 37 Hen. HI. Extent {undated). 

NoEFOLK. Stintune manor with the advowsons of Salle and Heydon held of Sir 
Roger de Clere and his heirs, Roger having sold the same to the said William 
for 400 marks of good sterlings, by service of 1 clove of gillyflower, and the 
said Roger held it of Sir William de Say by service of 1 knight's fee. 
Hugh le Rus, aged 30 or more, is his heir of this manor, which he ought to 

hold of the abovesaid Alice, * because she cannot be heir and lady.' 

Mandate dc. tvith transcripts of writs, 7 June and 14 July, and writ, 13 Oct. 

37 Hen. III. 
Lincoln ; Lindsby. Inq. (undated.) Ludburg, held of the inheritance of his 

wife of Roger le Clere and his heirs by service of 12d. The king now holds 

Ludburg. 

Lincoln ; Lindsby. Inq. {undated.) Ludeburg town, held as above. The town 
is in the king's hands as escheat. 

Lincoln ; Lindsby. Inq. {undxitcd.) Lutheburg, held as above, except foreign 
service pertaining to 2y\j knights' fees to the heirs of William de Bj^auver. 

Mandate dc. with transcript of writ, 7 June, 87 Hen. HI. 

[Suffolk.] Inq. Sunday before St. John the Baptist {fragment). Akeham 

town (in Cleydon hundred), held of the bishop of 

Norwich, ,..,..; (held) of Sir R. earl 

Marshal, 10s. to the guard of Lancaster. 

Suffolk. Inq. The day of St. John the Baptist, 37 Hen. HI. 

Wytingham town (in Hoxne hundred), lands, &c. held of Sir R. earl 
Marshal by service of 10s. yearly to the guard of Lancaster and 1 knight's fee. 

Stradebroc manor (in Hoxne hundred), held of R. earl of Cornwall by 
socage and 5 carucates at a rent of 26i., whereof the said earl renders 2 marks 
yearly to Roger de Huntigfeld and 3 marks elsewhere in small amounts. 



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74 INQUISITIONS. 

[Suffolk.] Inq. Wednesday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 
37 Hen. III. 

Hasketnn and Clopton manors held of Roger, earl Marshal, by 1 
knight's fee. {See Nos. 820 and 462.) 

C. Hen. III. FiU 14. (17.) 

283. Richard db Wyvbrton. 

Writ to the sheriff of Nottingham, 21 April, 37 Hen. III. Extent (undated). 

Aline, Idonea and AUce, his sisters, are his heirs and of full age. The two 
elder are widows and Alice the younger is espoused. 

Nottingham. Wyverton and Berneston, 24 bovates land held of the king in 
chief of the fee of Peverel by service of J- knight's fee. Of this land, 12J 
bovates are held of him in fee by others. 

Wiverton and Colston, 16 bovates land held of Sir Ralph Bassett, 
whereof 8 were given by his ancestors in alms, and 13 remain in bondage, 
service unspecified. 

Wiverton, 7 bovates held of Henry del Belk for J knight's fee, whereof 
8 bovates were given in alms. 

C. Hen. III. File 14. (18.) 

284. Hbinby db Dratton. 

Mandate dc, with transcript of writ, 16 Aug. Inq. Thursday before St. Bartholomew, 
87 Hen. IH. Baldwin, his son, aged 80, is his heir. 

Northampton. Drayton and Itteslep', 2 carucates and 3a. land held of the king 
in chief, with one toft in Drayton of Robert son of William de Lofwic by Id. 
yearly, and homage in the same, and in Adinton, Twywell' and Deseburg by 
service of i knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 14. (19.) 

285. Matthbw Hosb alias Hubb. 

Writy 14 Feb. 37 Hen. III. Endorsed : — * retornat est in Com. Susex' et Berk' ' 
Henry, his son, aged 13 at the feast of St. Peter ad Yincula next, is his heir. 

. , . . Extent {undated fragment). 

manor 

Lichton, land of the king of Divises .... 

Sussex. Extent {undated). Hertynges manor (extent given) held of Robert de 
Tatteshale by homage and scutage, but the suit which he used to do at the 
court of Hugh sometime earl of Arundel, was attorned to Isabel now countess 
of Arundel in dower. 

C. Hen. III. File 14. (20.) 

286. Ralph db Picheford. 

Writ to the justiciary and the escheator of Ireland, 16 April, 87 Hen. HI. Extent 
{undated). 
John, his son, aged 16 about the octave of the Annunciation (last), is his heir. 

Irhland. Dunethe manor (extent given) held of Baldwin de Dunethe by service 
of i knight's fee. 

Ijyn manor, a moiety (extent given) held of Stephen de Buterleye by 
service of J knight's fee and one pair of gilt spurs or 6d. ; and the other moiety 
held together with his wife in free marriage by service of i knight's fee. 



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[Salop.] Writ (missing). Inq. (undated,) Pichford manor (extent given) held 
of John de Chetewynde, with 29«. 6Jd. from 1 virgabe land in Pichford held 
of the chapter of St. Chad, Salop, by service of J knight's fee. 

Albricton manor (extent given), held of the king by service of finding 
one knight with the king in the army for 8 days at his own cost. 

Parva Brug*, 30«. 2d. rent held of the king in chief by service of finding 
coal for the king's stove when he shall come in person to Brug'. 

\ • C. Hen. III. File 15. (1.) 

287. William Echingham alias db Echingham. 

Mandate d'c. tvith transcript of writ, 25 March, 37 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Simon, his brother, aged 35, is his heir in Sussex. 

SoMEBSBT. Chizelberge, a moiety of the manor held of the inheritance of Margery 
his wife of the king in chief by barony, Balph de la Haye holding the other 
moiety by reason of his wife. 

SussBX. Extent (undated). Echingeham and Oedymere manors (extents given) 
held of the barony of Hastynges of Sir Edward the king's son by service 
of 7 knights' fees, and 4L 4^. one year and 6Qs. the second year for guard. 

Hastinges, land held of the abbot of Fescamp by 10«. yearly. 

Oedymere, part of the garden held of the son of Bobert de Brede by lid. 
yearly. 

2a. held of Osbert de Horemere by 12d. yearly ; and land held of Bichard 
des Ores by lib. pepper. 

Oedymere, 5^. and 1 rood acquired of the fee of the said abbot, held of 
certain of the abbot's tenants by l|d. yearly. 

5a. acquired of the fee of Echingham ; certain land held by lib. 
pepper ; and 60a. held of Herbert de Burgers by lib. pepper. 

C. Hen. III. File 15. (2.) 

288. Laubbnob db Blumbbbo' alias db Plumbbbg'. 

John, son of Thomas de Plumberg' his brother, aged 25, is his heir. 

Mandate Ac. with transcript of writy 8 Feb. 87 Hen. III. Extent (undated and 
defective). 

EssBX. Sutton town, 294a. arable, 10a. pasture, 20a. wood, 12s. lOd. and IW. 
pepper rent, held of the king in chief; and, 

[Plumbe]rg', 194a. arable, 30a. wood, rent, &c. held of the king in 
chief by service of 2 knights' fees. 

Plumberg' town, 96a and 12s. 4d. rent held of the heirs 

of William de Scobyriby 168. yearly ; and 110a. arable, and 36^. 8d. rent &c. 
held of the fee of Bichard de Buyly. 

The wife of Thomas de Plumberg' holds lOZ. land in dower. 

C. Hen. III. File 15. (3.) 

289. 

Writ (missing). Extent The morrow of St. Katherine, 37 Hen. III. 

John son of John le Seyncler, aged 19 at the feast of SS. Simon and Jude 
last, is heir. 

Suffolk. Bradefeud manor (extent given) held of the abbot of St. Edmunds by 
service of 1^ knight's fee, 14rf. hidage, 6s. OJd. to the guard of Norwich Castle, 
and ^ a load of oats to the abbot. 

C. Hen. III. File 15. ^4.) 



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76 INQUISITIONS. 

290. BooEB DE Shbthegot. 

Writ to the sheriflF of Salop, 21 April, 37 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
Philip, his son, aged 23, is his heir. 

Salop. Tynebnr' and Stocton, held of the king in chief by service of finding 
2 footmen at Montgomery in war time for fifteen days at his own cost, with 2 
bows and arrows. 

C. Hen. III. File 15. (5.) 

291. Ralph db Haya. 

Writ {missing). Inq. Wednesday after St. Peter, 88 Hen. HI. 
John de Haya, aged 80, is his heir. 

LiNOOLN ; LiNDSEY. Borewel held of the king in chief by 1 knight's fee. 
Mncketon, held by Robert Maucofnand by i knight's fee. 
Cartun, held by Joan by i knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 15. (6.) 

292. Alina aUas Alana Wake. 

Writ of ' eape in nianum\ 22 ... 88 Hen. HI. {mtOHated). 
Writ, 27 May, 88 Hen. III. 

Barnabas son of Walter de Stiuecle, aged 17, is her heir. 

[Bbdfobd?] Inq before SS. Philip and James {Jocalins)^ 

88 Hen. HI. {fragment). 

Wake was dowered of the land of Cravehrust for a third 

paxt of Stiuecle held the same in chief of the abbot of 

[Ramsey?] 

Bbdfobd. Inq. Tuesday before St. Botulf, 88 Hen. III. 

Warden manor (extent given) held of the king in chief for } knight's 
fee by foreign service. 

C. Hen. III. File 15. (7.) 

293. RicHASD DB Lamgefobd. 

Writs to the sheriff of Southampton, 30 April and 24 May, 88 Hen. HI. Inq. 
{undated.) 
Boger, his son, aged 6, is his heir ; and his marriage is worth 1001. 

Southampton. The Isle (of Wight), 1 carucate held of B. de Insula, sometime 
earl of Devon, whose heir is in the king's wardship, by service of 1 knight's 
fee ; 22a. land held of Wilham de Glamorgan by service of 6d. yearly and 
4d. of knight's service ; and 40a. held of Jordan de Kingeston by knight's 
service of 5d. to the mark. {See No. 865.) 

C. Hen. III. File 15. (8.) 

294. Baldwin de Preston. 

Writy 19 Feb. Inq. Saturday after SS. Philip and James, 88 Hen. HI. 
Henry, his son, is his heir, and of full age. 

Lancastbb. An assart called Dullescahe, containing 18a. held of the king in 
chief by service of Ss. ; and a moiety of a water-mill. 

C. Hen. III. File 16. (9.) 



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295. Hbnby de la Pombraye. 

Writ de causa captionis, 7 July. Inq. Wednesday before St. Margaret, 38 Hen. HI. 

Devon. Margaret late the wife of the said Henry had the wardship of his land 
and heirs, with their marriage, by fine made with the king after his death ; 
and the land was taken into the king's hands because it is held of him in 
chief. 

C. Hen. III. File 15. (10.) 

296. John de Lunoevilleb' alias de Lunowillebes alias de Lungyylebs. 

Writ, 25 Oct. 38 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 

He died on Friday after St. Michael last. John, his son, aged 24, is his 
heir. 

Lincoln ; Lindsey. Apelby, a moiety held of the king in chief by J knight's 
fee.* 

YoBK. Writ, 25 Oct. 38 Hen. HI. Extent. Thursday the vigil of St. Leonard, 
39 Hen. HI (dejaced). 

Hoton manor in Bichemundsire (extent given) held of Sir Boger de 
Mubray in chief. 

Eyrkeby upon Werf manor (extent given) held of Edmund de Lassi, 
service unspecified. 

Famelay town (extent given), tenure unspecified : Isabel de Wrydeles- 
ford holds part for life, and the abbot of Kyrkestal has 12^. yearly from a 
watermill. 

Akanescale (extent given), tenure unspecified. 

Hetun town (extent given), including a moiety of a mill out of which the 
abbot of Kyrkestal has of the gift of the said John's father 5a. with his body, 
tenure unspecified, but the said abbot has 26s. 8d.yearly of the gift of the 
said John for one pittance. 

Brerelay manor (extent given), tenure unspecified. 

Colling manor (extent given), tenure unspecified. 
Lands held by knight's service in Cravene, viz : — 

Heton, 3 carucates held by Eustace de Byleston by foreign service, 
and 3 carucates by Henry de Sevyle. 

Geregrave, 2 carucates similarly held by John le Flemmeng. 

Akewrthe, IJ carucate similarly held by the said John. 

|]^eusum, i carucate similarly held by Adam de Neusum. 

Tamhil] , 1 carucate similarly held by William de Farnhil. 

[Conotlay ?] 5 bovates similarly held by Elias de Conotlay. 

Cuniglay, J carucate similarly held by William [F?]rapefaute. 

[Farnhyl] J carucate similarly held by Alexander de Famhyl. 

Famhyl, 2 bovates similarly held by Tirille (?) daughter of Adam. 

Geregrave, 2 carucates similarly held by William de Bramton. 

Famhyl and Cuniglay, 1 carucate similarly held by the prior of 
Bouepton]. 

Esseton, i carucate similarly held by Bobert de Esseton, and i carucate 
by the abbot of 

Eirkeby, Famelay and Brerelay manors were held by the said John de 
Lungewylers of Edmund de Lascy by (2 knights and J (?) ) and J knight. 

C. Hen. III. File 15. (11.) 

* The extent made in Yorkshire states that the other moiety was held by Hugh de Keyil, and that by 
reason of this tenure the other lands of the said Hugh, as well as the lands of John, were taken into the 
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78 INQUISITIONS. 

297. Bbbtband db Gayclin alias dk Gaycilin. 

Writ to the sheriflf of Berks, 5 Feb. 88 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Philippa, aged 20, and Lora, aged 17, his daughters, are his heirs. 

BjBBKS. Hest Geynge town, held of the king in chief, service unknown except 
12d. hidage. William Gernun holds one moiety and Urricus de Sancto 
Petro the other moiety by the king's bail. 

C. Hen. III. File 15. (12.) 

298. William de Wellesleye alias de Wblisleg'. 

Writ to the sheriff of Somerset, 21 June, 38 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Thomas (de WeUsleg'), aged 21 at the feast of the Purification last, is his heir. 

Somerset. He held the chief bailiwick of the county on the eastern side of 
the Peret by service of 1 sparrowhawk or 4»., but no land pertaining thereto. 
Welisleg',^ hide land held of the bishop of Bath, service unspecified. 
Littletourie, J virgate land held of Philip de Buctoune, service 
unspecified. 

The said lands were in the king's wardship, who sold the marriage and ward- 
ship of the said Thomas to Agnes de Welisleg' his mother. (See Nos. 263 and 
860.) 

C. Hen. III. File 15. (13.) 

299. BiOHABD de Dovobia aUas de Dovebia. 

Writ, 15 Sept. 38 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 
John, his son, aged 12, is his heir. 

Huntingdon. 160a. land and la. meadow in demesne, 3«. rent and 2 virgates in 
villenage (place unspecified), held of Sir Ivo Quarel by service of 1 pair of 
spurs. 

Bedford. Henlawe manor, which ought to revert to the king, as is said. (Comp. 
No. 322.) 

C. Hen. III. File 15. (14.) 

300. Michael son of Michael. 

Writ (missing). Inq. Sunday after the Ascension, 88 Hen. III. 
Thomas de RyhuU is his heir and of full age. 

Northumberland. Whytincham, Barton and Throunton alias Trowynton town, 1 
carucate land in demesne, 11 farmers holding 20a. each, 60«. from the mill of 
• Whytincham, 7s. rents from cottars, and rents from other tenants, &c. (names 
given), held of the king in chief for himself and his partners by J mark rent. 
RyhuU town, 5 carucates land, whereof 2 bovates are assigned in frank 
almoin to the chantry of Ryhull chapel, a mill and pasture, held of Ralph 
son of Roger in free marriage. (See No. 664.) 

C. Hen. III. File n. (15.) 

301. Ralph de la Hate alias de Haya. 

William, son of Sir WilUam de Munchenesi dlxas Munkanesey, aged 24, is 
his heir. 

Writ and Tnandate dc. with transcript ofwrit, 80 Jan. 38 Hen. III. 



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HENRY III. 79 

[EssBX.] Extent (undated). 

Quendene town, 200a. arable, 528. works, 2a. meadow, and profits of 
wood, held of Sir Warin de Munkanesey by service of 1 knight's fee. 

[Essex.] Extent {undated). 

Legra de le Haye town, 120a. arable, 10a. wood, 2a. meadow, and 1 (?) 
mark rent, held of the king in chief of the honour of Boulogne, and suit of 
court is due therefrom ; l40a. arable, 7a. meadow, 20a. wood, 29«. 8d. rent, 
&c., held of Sir Henry de Esex by 1 knight's fee; and 60a. arable, 8a. 
meadow, and 6«. rent held of the fee of the earl of Ferreres by \ knight's fee. 

Rettendun town, 200a., 6«. (?) rent, &c. held of the bishop of Ely by 
service of ^ knight's fee. 

Sussex. Writs, 22 and 28 June. Inq. 2 July, 38 Hen. HI. 

Torringg', lOZ. 16a. IJd. held by the courtesy of England of the 
inheritance of Eustacia his first wife of the earl of Winchester for 1 knight's 
fee, doing 6«. to guard at the castle of Pevenesel, and half Hetun' {sic), 
Philip de Nevile, knight, aged 40 and more, is the heir of the said Eustacia, to 

whom the manor ought to revert. 

Northampton. Writ, 15 July. Inq. Thursday before St. Margaret, 38 Hen. IH. 
Brampton and Haudeneby manors held by the courtesy of England of 
the inheritance of Eustacia his wife. 

G. Hen. III. File 15. (16.) 

302. BooEB DE Stubmy alias Esturmy alias lb Esturmy. 

Mandate dc. with transcript of writ, 5 March, 88 Hen. HI. 
William, his son, aged 30 and more, is his heir. 

Suffolk. Extent. Sunday after St. Gregory, 38 Hen. HI. 

Ikene manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service of 1 
knight ; and heath held of the prior of Ely. 

Suffolk. Extent. The vigil of St. Gregory, 38 Hen. HI. 

Buxhale manor (extent given) held of the king by service of 1 knight's 
fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 15. (17.) 

303. William de Cardunvill alias de Cardunwile, de Kardunvill. 

Writ, 33 (sic) March. Inq. Tuesday after the Annunciation, 38 Hen. HI. 

He solemnly espoused at the church door one Alice, and they lived 
together as husband and wife for sixteen years and had several children, of 
whom one named Richard, aged 4, lives. Afterwards came one Joan of 
whom long ago he had begotten a son named Richard, now aged 24, and 
claimed the said William as her husband in the Court Christian by a 
promise (fidem) given to her, and intention having been proved it was so 
adjudged, and divorce from the said Alice solemnly pronounced, and so it 
has remained for a year and more. But as the said Joan was never solemnly 
espoused at the church door, the jury doubt whether her son or the son of the 
said Alice is the heir; if neither, then Robert de Cardunville, brother of the said 
William, is his heir. 

[Southampton.] Tederlig', 2 carucates land held of the king in chief. 
La Hale, 1 carucate land with its appurtenances in Rokeburn. 
Merchewude, 6 quarters of salt. 
' Freynsemor', 7a. held of the fee of Sir John Maunsel. 



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One carucate land held of Nicholas de Haveresham. Services 
unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. File 15. (18.) 

304. Henry db Pinkbny alias db Pynkbny. 

Henry, his son, aged 26 and more, is his heir. 

Northampton. Writ, 2 July. Inq. Thursday after the Translation of St. 
Thomas the Martyr, 38 Hen. III. 

Wedon and Wapham manor (extent given) held of the king by barony. 

Barton, 10 marks land held of Sir Henry de Hastinges in free marriage, 
which the deceased gave to Alice his daughter. 

BucKiNOHAM. Writ, 2 July, 88 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Fuhnere and Dachette manors (extents given) held of the king in chief 
by service of 1 knight's fee. 

Essex. Writ, 2 July, 88 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Eumedone, 189a. arable, 29s. 6d. rent, l^a. meadow, 8a. pasture, &c. 
held of the king of the honour of Boulogne by service of 2 knight's fees. 

Grsteshale, 150a. land, 82s. rent, 6a. meadow, pasture in the park, &c. 
held of the honour of Angre by service of J knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 15. (19.) 

305. Henry de Whaddon alias de Wjlddon. 

Mandate dc. toith transcript of writ, 80 Jan. 88 Hen. III. Extent {undated). 
Humphrey, his son, aged 80, is his heir. 

Wilts. Melkesham manor, a pasture held of the king by 10«. rent and tallage. 

Waddon manor, 1 carucate land containing 35a. land, la. meadow, 
profits of a mill and garden, 30«. rent, tallage, &c. held of William Longespee 
by service of J shield {scuti) ; and 2 hides land, containing 26a. arable, la. 
meadow, and 2s. from wood, held of Humphrey de Escovill' by service of 
J shield, except ^ thereof. 

Packelescrofte, 8 cottages held of the abbess of Bomesey by Sd. rent. 

[Waddon,] the advowson of the church pertains to the said fee of 
William Longespee. 

C. Hen. III. File 15. (20.) 

306. Peter de Pelevill'. 

Writ, 4 Aug. 88 Hen. IIL Extent {undated). 

William de Gihey, aged 80 and more, and Sir William de Whithingtone, 
aged 86 and more, are his heirs. 

Norfolk. Bilneye manor, held of the king in chief by service of J knight's fee. 
Bodeneye manor, held of the king in chief by service of | knight's fee. 

C. Hen. IIL File 16. (1.) 

307- William Avenbl. 

Mandate, 27 Feb. 88 Hen. Ill, to the queen and the earl of Cornwall, to 
deliver seisin of the land of Aschleg' late of William Avenel to Bobert 
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Mandate dtc, with transcript of writy 24 May. Inq. Sunday after St. John the 
Baptist, 88 Hen. III. 
Baldwin is the right heir of the land of Battesthorne. 

Devon. Batesthorne in Huneton alias Honniton manor, court and curtilage, 
69a. land, 8a. meadow, la. wood, waste on the hills, 63s. 4Jd. rent, 
4s. 6d. aid, &c., tenure unspecified. {See Nos. 278 and 825.) 

C. Hen. III. File 16. (2.) 

308. Bebtram Gbiffin. 

Mandate dc. with transcript oj writ, 24 May. Inq. Thursday before Whitsunday, 
88 Hen. III. 
Geofi&ey, his son, aged 12 at the feast of St. Martin last, is his heir. 

Staffobd. Pirul hundred, held of the king in chief by homage and service of 6J 
marks. 

Cleyton, 4 virgates land so called, held of John de Lega, lord of Cnotton, 
and Alice his wife by homage and service of 1 mark. 

Chesteb. Lands and rents, value unknown, held of Sir James de Aldithelega, 
Geoffrey Bakepuz and William de Chetilinton. 

Salop. Besford, J virgate held of the abbot of Hawman, service unknown. 

Writ de melius inqidrendoy 6 June. Inq. Monday the octave of SS. Peter and 
Paul, 38 Hen. III. 
Geoffrey, his son, aged 10, is his heir. 

Stafford. PyruU hundred, held as abovesaid. 

Clayton manor, containing 4 carucates land in demesne, &c. held of the 
king in chief by serjeanty of one Serjeant's service in the Castle under Lyme 
for 40 days at the king's cost with horses and arms. 

Salop. Besseford and Preston, 16«. rent, tenure unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. File 16. (8.) 

309. James de Estewode. 

Mandate -from the sheriff of Essex to the bailiff of the liberty of Eocheford, with 
transcript of wnt, 5 Oct. Extent, Friday before St. Edward, 88 Hen. III. 
His seven daughters, aged respectively 11, 10, 9, 6, 8|, 2, and 2 months, are 

his heirs. 

Essex. Lands &c. unspecified, viz. — 154a. land, 50a. heath and pasture, and 5a. 
wood, and 8s. 4Jd. and lib. cummin rent, held of the king in chief by service 
of 1 knight's fee, whereof his mother has in dower 87a. and 2a. 6d. ; and a 
marsh held of the fee of Guy de Eocheford, a windmill held of Thomas de 
Mockinge and Sabina his wife, 6a. wood and 20d. rent held of the countess 
of Kent, and 12d. rent held of John de Birethe, services unspecified. 

C. Hen. HI. File 16. (4.) 

310. William de Apenticio alias de la Pentiz, de Penticio. 

WHt, 29 Dec. 88 Hen. III. Inq. 88 Hen. HI. 

Nicholas de Pontic', aged 80 and more, is his heir. 

[Dorset.] Gussich, J knight's fee (extent given with names of tenants) held of 
the king by the royal service pertaining to J knight's fee of Mortain. 

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311. Robert de Mugegbob. 

Mandate dbc. with transcript oj writ^ 29 Jan. 38 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

John, his son, age* variously stated as 22 and more, and 21 on the feast of 
St. Laurence last, is his heir. 

Somerset. Bryuham manor held in free socage of the heirs of Henry son of 
Richard by service of 6d. yearly. 

Cherleton manor, 1 knight's fee held of John de Burg' by royal service ; 
1 hide land held in socage of William de Insula by service of 6d. yearly ; 8a. 
held of Richard Luvell by service of 6d. ; 1 virgate land held of William de 
Bruham by service of 2«. ; and 10a. held of Lady Sabina de Ortyaco by 
service of a pair of gloves price Id. 

Norton manor, held to farm of Sir Girard de Bleyves. 

Suffolk. Extent, St. Valentine's Day, 88 Hen. III. 

Fineberye manor (extent given) in Stowe hundred, held of the bishop of 
Ely by service of 1 knight. 

Wymermers, a certain rent held for a term of three years. 

Gloucester. Mandate dec. with transcript of writ, 29 Jan. 38 Hen. III. Inq. 
{undated.) 

Kenemerton, a moiety of the manor held of the king's gift as of 
the escheat of the Normans, of the fee of the earl of Gloucester, together 
with other lands pertaining thereto, by royal service of 1 knight's fee. 

Botinton manor, i part held of &Le fee of the earl of Gloucester as of 
Kenemerton msmor by ^ knight's fee ; another third held of the fee of the 
abbot of Westminster, paying to Sir Roger de Derneford 28«. 4d. ; and the 
other held of the fee of the prior of Derherst, paying Is. 2d. 

Hetherle, 1 carucate held of the fee of the earl marshal for ^ knight's fee. 

Norteclive, 6 bovates land held of tiie fee of the prior of Derherst, 
paying 4a. 

Killicot' in the forest of Dene, 1 carucate land held of the fee of Sir 
Emald de Bosco as of Tainton by the royal service of \ knight's fee. 

G. Hen. III. File 16. (6.) 

312. Eleanor, sometime the wife of John, earl of Chester. 

Writ (missing). Partition of her lands between Sir J. de Bayllol, Robert de Brus, 
and Henry de Hasting*, the heirs of the said earl. The eve of St. Martin, 
38 Hen. III. 

[Middlesex.] Totenham manor (extent given), whereof the Sr^ part is worth 
191. 5s. 2d. 

C. Hen. III. File 16. (7.) 

313. Ralph de Bethijm. 

Wnt, 25 April, 88 Hen. HI. 

Joan, his daughter, aged 7J, is his heir, and her marriage is worth 80Z. in 
Lancashire and Westmoreland. She is not married, and is sick from a worm 
which consumes her. 

Lancaster. Inq. Saturday after SS. Philip and James, 38 Hen. III. 

Brunigge and Eelgrimeshar', ISf bovates land held of the king in 
chief by knight's service and 17^^. farm to the sheriff of Lancaster. 

Neusum, 2 bovates held of the earl of Lincoln in chief by knight's 
service, 12 carucates making a knight's fee and 8 bovates one carucate. 
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Botele town, 2 carucates held in chief of the earl of Perars by service of 
8$. 8d. ; 4 bovates held of the church of St. Mary, Waleton, by service of 
20d. ; and 5 parts of a watermill ; &c. 

Kirkebi town, 1 carucate held in chief of the earl of Lincoln by knight's 
service ; and half a mill ; &c. 

Argaremeles, 1 carucate held of the said earl by knight's service. 

Bretherton, 1 carucate held of the said earl by knight's service. 

Wyttinton, 7 J bovates held of Walter de Lindesheye by service of 6«. 8d. 

Westmobeland. Extent (undated). Bethum manor (full extent given with names 
of tenants), including Ondhopp with" the ' fishery of EsbricpoUe and 
Crakintorp, with two mills, Farleton, Hesleslac, Quasheved and the woods of 
Amolheved alias Amholvisheved and Bethume. The manor paid yearly to 
Walter de Lindesey 58s, 8d. 

Writ to the sheriff of Lancaster, 7 May. Inq. The Morrow of the Holy Trinity, 
88 Hen. III. 

Lakcaster. Brining and Eelgrimesarth, 1 carucate, 5 bovates and 8 parts of 
1 bovate held of the king in chief by knight's service, and they are within 
the earldom of Lancaster, which is the king's escheat. 
(See Nos. 338 and 890.) 

C. Hen. III. File 16. (8.) 

314. BoBEBT son of Thomas de Craystoe. 

WHt, 4 May, 88 Hen. III. 

William, son of Thomas de Graystok, aged 80, brother of the said Robert, is 
his heir. 

York. Extent^ Friday before the Ascension, 38 Hen. III. 

Brunnum town, 2^ knights' fees, including capital messuage, lands, &c. 
(extent given with names of tenants), held of the king in chief by knights' 
service. 
Knights' fees: — 

Brunnum, 6 bovates held of the above fee by the prior of Warter, doing 
nothing but foreign service ; and J carucate similarly held by the t)rioress 
of Brunnum. 

Milinton and Gripthorp, J fee similarly held by Sir Philip de la Leye. 

Wapplinton, J carucate similarly held by William son of Ralph. 

Sethon, J carucate held by.Remigius de Poclinton. . 

Folketon, 3 carucates and a mUl held by Ranulph de Folketon by 
I knight's fee, rendering 16s. 8d. yearly. 

Flixton, 2 bovates held by William Dispensator by 2s. rent ; 1 culture 
in the marsh held by Sir William de Ergum by 6d. rent ; and 2 bovates 
held by Lady Isabel de Boythorp, doing nothing but foreign service. 

Spaldington, ^ fee held by Sir l^eter de la Haye of the barony of 
Mubraye, by 6s. Sd. rent. 

Thorp, 8 carucates held by Sir Gerard Salvein of the fee of St. Mary's, 
York, by 12d. rent. 

Brunnum town, 1 bovate held by the Master of the hospital (of 
St. John) of Jerusalem, doing nothing but foreign service. 
Cumberland. Extent, Monday after the Ascension, 88 Hen. Ill (mwcA dejfaced). 

Craystok manor (extent given). 

Grismere. 

Blenkhaw. ' 

Stainton town (extent given). 

Wethermelok (extent given). 

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Ychakwehelytte (?), held by Henry del Lee by Id. rent. 
Eskheved, held by Walter (?) Scotus by 2«. rent. 
Thomthwayt, held by Geoffrey Mawgard by Id. rent. 
8a. land held by John de Patrikdale by 2a. rent. 
Ayrath*, held by Gervase de Timpain by Id. rent. 
Lonktwayt, 6a. meadow held by TuUy the forester by Id. 
Craystok forest (extent given), including 80a. land in Gisdale. 
Craystok, advowson of the church. 

YoBK. Folketon, advowson of the.church. 

[^Cumberland. Daker. 
Swilbye. 

Dalman Aid (sic). 
Threlgeld. 

Staunton (sic) Parva. 
Heton manor. 
Auneby. 
Newbighin. • 
La Gille town.*] 

C. Hen. III. File 16. (9.) 

315. Sabina de Urtyaco. 

Writ (missing). Extent, Tuesday before the Ascension, 38 Hen III (defective). 
The son of Richard de Urtiaco, deceased, is her heir. 

Somerset. Curyrevell manor with two foreign hundreds and the town of Lang- 
port, member thereof (extent given), held of the king in chief by knight's 
service. 

Puttenya manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service of 20«. 
yearly. 

CnoUe town (extent given) held of the abbot of Alingenya and Ralph 
Hese by 13a. 3d. rent. 

Stokes manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by knight's service. 

G. Hen. HI. FU^ 16. (10.) 

316. Roger Ghauvbl alias Gatjvel. 

Writ de dote assignanda, 12 Dec. Extent, Monday after St. Vincent, 88 Hen. HI. 

[Kent.] Renham, capital messuage, 144a. arable, 16a. pasture called La broue (?) , 
a marsh called Werecwrth', and 50a. wood. 
Cheleshurst, 38«. 8^d. rent. 

4:1. Os. Id. rent from Shorne, Escareye and Werkeswrth*, and from the 
heirs of Nicholas de Dene. 

Out of which 26s. 9d. rent is due to the king's manor of Middleton. 
A moiety of all the above is assigned in dower to Joan late the wife of the 
said Roger, according to the custom of gavelkind. 

C. Hen. HI. File 16. (11.) 

317. The lady of Chetinton alias Sibyl de Brok'. 

Writ of extent, 7 July, 38 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

She died without heir of her body, but had two elder sisters, Edelina and 
Clemencia ; Edelina had three daughters married m cos. Sussex and Surrey, and 
Nicholas de Wauncy is kinsman of one of them, John de Bendig' of another, 

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and Peter de Hautot* of the third ; Clemencia had four sons, viz. Auger, of whom 
she was pregnant when William de Maleseveres, her husband, married her, and 
three others begotten in matrimony, viz. Thomas, who before his death begot a son 
named William, Simon, and Adam : whence the jury know not whether the land 
is the king's escheat or not. 

Salop. Chettynton, 2 carucates land (extent given), held of the king in chief by 
service of finding one foot serjeant with a bow and 8 arrows in the king's 
army in North Wales. (See No. 865.) 

C. Hen. III. File 16. (12.) 

318. William db Cantilupo. 

Writ of extent to the sheriff of Wilts, 15 Oct. 38 Hen. III. Extent (undated). 

Wilts. Calne town, including 88«. Id. rent of assize, 4Z. yearly from toll, 
* chepingavel ' and * brewyngavel,' lOs. from a mill, 5a. land, 8a. meadow, 
4 virgates land called Bures, 20«. rent of freemen at Bures, 40«. from the 
foreign hundred and 20a. amercements yearly. 

Suffolk. Extent, Sunday after St. Denis, 38 Hen. III. 
Badmundefeld manor (extent given). 

King Henry I gave the manor to Baldwin de Bulers in free marriage with 
Sibyl de Faleisse, wherefore no service has ever been done to the king for the 
same. 

The advowson of Wichum church pertains to George, son and heir of Sir 
William de Cantilupo, aged 8 ; and the advowson of the chapel within the court 
is free and exempt from the bishop's jurisdiction and pertains to the donation of 
the said heir. (See Nos. 840 and 866.) 

C. Hen. HI. File 16. (18.) 

319. Alan de Moreote. 

Writ to the sheriff of Warwick, 1 Oct. 88 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
John, his son, aged 8, is his heir. 

Warwick. Radewaye, 8 virgates land held of Thomas son of Richard de Warr', 
by i mark. 

C. Hen. HI. File 16. (14.) 

320. AoATHA, late the wife of William le Rus. 

Writ to enquire whether Agatha, late the wife of William le Rus, was daughter 
and heir of Roger de Clere, and whether the same Roger held Ludburg' 
manor of Odinel de Albaniaco, and who is next heir of the same Odinel, 
7 Dec. 88 Hen. III. Inq. (missing.) (See Nos. 282 and 462.) 

C. Hen. III. File 16. (15.) 

321. Henry Gostentyn alias de Costentin. 

Writ^ 28 April. Inq. Monday after the Ascension, 89 Hen. III. 
Geoffrey, his son, is his heir, and of full age. 

Bbdford. Suttun town, 2^ virgates land held of the king in chief by ^ knight's 
fee 

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322. BlOHABD DB DoVOB' (UioS DE DOVEBB. 

Wnt, 4 Feb. 89 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 
John, his 8on» aged 9, is ms heir. 

Essex. Writell town, 124a. in demesne, 7^a. pasture, 2|a. meadow, a messuage 
and 14s. 9d. rent, held of Robert de Brus and William de Fen in socage by 
service of 31«. Id., and suit at the court of the said Robert. {Comp. No. 299.) 

C. Hen. III. File 16. (17.) 

323. Maud de Roghefobd, sometime the wife of John de Bydun. 

NoBPOLK. Writ, 11 Nov. 89 Hen. III. Extent (undated). 

Stowe manor, held in dower of the gift of the said John, who died without 
heirs of his body, and the whole barony ought to descend to his five sisters, 
whose names are unknown. 

BucKiNaHAM. Writ to the sheriff, 14 Dec. 89 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 

John Bidun died without heir of his body, and had five sisters, viz. — Amicia 
who had three daughters, Amabel, Isabel and Agnes ; Amabel died without heir ; 
Isabel had Henry son of Ralph who is her heir; and Agnes, wife of Warin de 
Brageham, still lives. Amabel, another sister, had an heir Miles de Bello Campo, 
who is living. SaraK the third sister had three daughters, Isabel, Maud and 
Philippa; Isabel is living; Maud is dead, leaving a daughter Sarah married to 
Robert de Walton ; Philippa is dead, leaving a son John de Kroxton. Maud the 
fourth sister had a son Robert son of Geofflrey, who is dead, leaving a son Thomas 
son of Robert. Ermigerda the fifth sister had a son Richard (de Gatesden who 
is living (altered by interlineation thus : — * two sons John and Richard ; John de 
Gatesden the elder is dead, and had a son John who is living'). All the above 
are heirs of John Bidun. 

Memorandum of attorney of Miles de Bello Campo and Henry son of Ralph, 
heirs as above, for receipt of seisin. 

C. Hen. III. File 16. (18.) 

324. John de Etnabdbslb alias de Etnabdesleg'. 

Writ to James Fresel, constable of St. Briavell, 25 Sept. 39 Hen. III. 

Writ to the sheriff of Gloucester, 26 Sept. 89 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Hugh, his son, aged 8, is his heir. 

Gloucestbb. Newland (novam terram) in the forest of Dene, 151a. land held of 
the king in chief by 44^. 5d. rent. 

C. Hen. III. File 16. (19.) 

325. William Avbnel. 

Writ de escaeta to the sheriff of Devon, 8 April. Inq. Tuesday before St. 
Barnabas, 39 Hen. III. 

Devon. The jury know not whether the land of Badesthorn' is the king's escheat, 
for William de Vernon, earl of Devon, gave it to Nicholas Avenel, from whom 
it descended to William his son, now dead, of whom they Imow of no heir. 
Joan, late his wife, holds a third part in dower, and the king's escheator 
holds the land by reason of the wardship of the heir of Baldwin, earl of 



Devon. (See Nos. 278 arid 307.) 



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326. BOOBB DB LA MoBB. 

Writ, 8 Dec. 89 Hen. IH. Inq. (mdated.) 
Boger, his son, is his heir, and of fall age. 

[Salop.] La More town (extent given), held by service of keeping one 
constableship {custodiend' imam constabular') in war with the king in Wales, 
receiving from the king 12d. daily, and paying 1 mark yearly to the kmg 
for alienations ; 5 virgates land held of the bishop of Hereford and Adam 
de Acton by service of 5a. 4d. ; and 2 virgates held of Roger de Nortbur* by 
service of 2s. lOd. 

C. Hen. III. File 17. (1.) 



327. Thomas son of Robebt de Walleg' alias de Wallet. 

Writ, 24 April. Inq. Thursday before St. Peter ad Vincula, 39 Hen. HI. 
WilHam, his son, aged 22, the bearer of this inquisition, is his heir. 

[Dbbby.] Walley town, 16a. land, whereof his wife was afterwards dowered of 
b^.y and after his death his mother, who held 8a. in dower, died ; total 24a. 
Bolesourers, ^ mark rent from 1} bovate and la. land, and 8(2. from 
6a. wood and a meadow. 

All freely held of the king by homage and 1 mark rent by the hands of the 
bailiff of Bolesourers. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 17. (2.) 

328. Rboinald be Bathonu. 

WHt, 22 Feb. 89 Hen. III. 

Reginald, his son, aged 15, is his heir. 

[SoMEBSBT.] Inq. (undated.) 

Gumton Durevil', 1} virgate land held of the king's escheat of the fee 
of Eustace de Durevill hanged for felony, doing royal service. 

Radewell, J knight's fee held of Henry de Penebrugge in socage by 
service of 10«., and 2s. to Tanton priory. 

More, 2 virgates held of Nicholas de Meriet in socage by service of 128. 

Bbdpobd. Inq. The Sunday when 'letare Jerusalem* is sung, 89 Hen. HI. 

Wibaudeston, J knight's fee held of Sir William de Bello Campo de 
Eton. 

C. Hen. III. FUe n. (3.) 

329. Rooeb de Gboft. 

Writ, 1 Oct. 89 Hen. HI. Inq. Monday the feast of St. Luke. 

He died on Thursday after St. Matthew last. Henry, his son, aged 
16, is his heir, and was espoused five years before his father's death. 

Lancasteb. Dalton town, 2 carucates land (extent given) held of the king in 
chief by service of 10a. yearly. 

Clagton town, 4 J bovates (extent given) and ^ water mill, held of the king 
in chief by service of 20«. 6d. yearly. 

Kellet town, 7 bovates held of the king in chief by service of 4«. 2d. 
yearly, of which others are enfeoffed paying the same rent. 

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330. Jambs db Putton alias db Puton. 

Writ to Eobert de Stopham, bailiff of Clarendon, 27 Jan. Inq. The day of the 
Holy Trinity, 39 Hen. III. 
William, his son, is his heir, and of full age. 

[Wilts.] Clarendon forest, 1 virgate land held of the king in chief by service of 
keeping the forest by himself or another horseman and two foot Serjeants at 
his own cost. 

[Southampton ?] La Bokolt forest, 1 virgate land held of the king in chief by 
service of keeping the bailiwick of La Bokolt by himself on horseback and 
one foot Serjeant at his own cost, and 20«. to the king's keeper of Clarendon. 

C. Hen. III. File 17. (5.) 

331. BlOHABD DB LiKDON. 

Writ, 29 Nov. 89 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Simon, his son, aged 24 and more, is his heir. 

Northampton. Eston manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service 
of 2 knights. 

Lincoln. Writ, 29 Nov. Inq. The eve of St. Nicholas, 89 Hen. III. 

Creton manor and advowson (extent given) held of Sir Walter de Colevil 
for 1 knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 17. (6.) 

332. Gboffbby db Baogbsatb alias db Bagbssbtb. 

Writ {missing). 

He died on Monday before SS. Fabian and Sebastian, 89 Hen. IH. Alice de 
Froxle, daughter of one of his aunts, and Alice de Tywe and Joan de Homle, his 
aunts, the youngest of whom, Alice, is aged 40, are his heirs. 

[Surrey.] Extent {undated and dejaced). 

Chabeham town, 40a. arable, 5a. meadow, J mark rent and J mark 
services, and there are due yearly to the abbot and convent of Certese, the 
lords of that fee, 10s. 4d. rent, 12 gallons of honey price 65., 2 sheep 
or 2s., 2 quarters oats, 1 ploughshare, 1 horse for carrying a monk to 
Winchester twice a year, and other small services, all the services being 
worth 26s. 5d. 

Berks. Inq. The day of St. Scholastica, 89 Hen. III. 

He held a serjeanty called Bagesset' of the king in chief by a rent of 60s., 
but that serjeanty does not pertain to the land of Bagesset', but to the land of 
Shunigehull and Cowurthe, which are held of the king in chief. 

Bagesset* manor, held of Sir William de Windles [ores] in chief by service 
of i knight's fee and J mark yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 17. (7.) 

333. Margaret late the wife of William de Ferrariis, earl of Derby. 

Stafford. Writ oj extent to the sheriff of lands claimed in dower by the said 
Margaret, 7 May, 39 Hen. III. Extent and appraisement {undated). 

Horecros, 10a. rent paid by Nicholas de Walesh' to Bobert de Meleberne 
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Mereinton, a n^iH held of the earl by Robert Owen, oat of which the last 
earl assigned 40s. to Simon de Tok' in exchange for land. 

Rolveston, 2 virgates land held by William de Rolveston of the gift of 
the last earl. 

Derby. Writ (as above) to the sheriff, 7 May, 89 Hen. III. Extent and appraise- 
ment {undated). 

Arelewasseleg, 120a. land. 

Wyggeleg', Femigleg aluis Fernelig' and Asselewehay alias Asselewes- 

shay, 40«. land. 

Bradebom, 5 marks rent. 

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NoBTHAMPTON. Writ (as above) to the sheriff, 7 May. Extent and appraisement 

Monday before St. Barnabas, 89 Hen. III. 

Bingstede, 12^ virgates land and 2 cottages. 

Stanewigg', 5 virgates land and 2 cottages. 

Caldecot', J virgate land. 

Bissenden, a mill. 

Northampton. Extent and appraisement, Saturday the morrow of St. Barnabas, 
39 Hen. III. 

Neubotteir manor (full extent given). 

Essex. Writ (as above) to the sheriff, 7 May, 39 Hen. III. Extent and appraise- 
ment {undated). 

Wodeham Ferreres manor (extent given). 

JEjSBBX. Extent and appraisement {undated). 
Fayerstede (manor) (extent given). 

Essex. Extent and appraisement {undated). ^ 

Stebbing' alias Stubbingg' manor (extent given). 

G. Hen. III. File 17. (8.) 

334. GiLBBRT DB SbGRAVB. 

Writ {missing). 

Nicholas, his son, age variously stated as 16 and 17, is his heir. 

Lbicbster. Extent {undated). 

Hwetstan town in (S^utlacston hundred, 16 virgates land, excepting one 
toft, each containing 27a., 20a. meadow, tallage, a mill, pasture, &c. held of 
the earl of Winchester in chief by socage. 

Lbicbster. Extent {undated). 

Montsorel manor (extent given), wherein are two holdings, viz. of the 
fee of the earl of Winchester towards the south, and of the fee of the earl of 
Chester towards the north ; for Montsorel mill Hugh le Despenser pays 1 
mark rent ; and of 9a. meadow the countess of Arundel has 8a. in dower. 

[Lbicbster.] Extent {undated). 

Gothes manor (extent given with names of tenants), held of the king in 
socage, rendering yearly one berselet in leash {in ligamine). 

Leicester. Extent {undated). 

Cotes town, a member pertaining to Segrave manor, 10 virgates (?) 
land, 6«. 2d. rent, &c. held of Sir William de Wytthynton, service unknown. 
Houthon, 2 virgates land, each containing 13^a., held of Sir Banulph 
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Warwick. Extent (undated). 

AUespathe town, 44«. 3d. rent of assize, services, tallage, perquisites of 
courts, &c. 

Astleya town, . . s. id, rent of assize, and he held the whole homage 
of the town of Bertin de 

Coventry, 89a. and 4 hens rent of assize of all the free tenants, held of 
the fee of the prior of the town. (See Rot. Fin. 39 Hen. in, m. 13.) 

Writ de escaeta, 24 Dec. 39 Hen. III. Inq, (undated.) 

Cambbidgb. Stanton manor was of the lands of the Bretons, viz. — of Daniel de la 
Roche, after whose death his wife held it in dower. And after her death the 
present king granted it to Stephen de Segrave to hold during pleasure ; bat 
moved with anger against him, the king reseized it and committed it to his 
sister, the queen of Scots, after whose deatii he committed it again to the 
said Stephen. After Stephen's death, his son Gilbert held it for life, but 
the jury know not whether by charter or by grace. And so the manor is 
the king's escheat. 

C. Hen. III. File 17. (9.) 

335. Richard le Gos alias Gos, who died in Neugat prison. 

Writ to the sheriff of Lincoln, 30 Oct. 39 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

John son of Tholy, is his heir, and is of full age according to the custom of 
Lincoln City. 

Lincoln. Lincobi city, 1 toft held of the precentor of Lincoln ; 1 toft of the 
dean and chapter of Lincoln ; 1 toft of Adam son of William son of Warin ; 
1 toft of the grange of St. Sepulchre's, Lincoln ; 1 mark rent of Martjn 
son of Iweyn for life ; and a void place of land. All of which have been in 
the king's hands through the bailififs of Lincoln since the said Richard was 
taken, viz. — from the feast of St. Andrew, 36 Hen. III. 

C. Hen. HI. FiU 17. (10.) 

336. WiLLUM DE LA FaLEIS oliOB PE LA FaLES, DB LA FaLEYSE. 

WHt, 14 July, 39 Hen. HI. 

He died on Monday after SS. Peter and Paul, 39 Hen. IH. Elias, his son, 
is his heir, and of full age. 

[Southampton.] Extent {undated). 

Rughenor, 1 carucate land in demesne, 16s. i^d. rent of assize, la. 
meadow, services, &c. held of the king by serjeanty of finding one footman 
with purpoint, lance, and iron cap for forty days at his own cost in war time 
for the defence of Winchester Castle. Lady Ida late the wife of Sir Elias de 
la Fales, his elder brother, has a third part in dower. The said William 
rendered 40«. yearly to the exchequer for alienation of the serjeanty by 
fine made by his brother Elias. 

Hausingefeld, 8a. land held of Henry son of Philip de Hausingefeld by 
2s. rent. 

Southampton. Extent {undated). 

Fordingebrug' manor (extent given) J carucate of the inheritance of 
Alice sometime his wife held of Sir John de Burgo by service of i knight's 
fee of the small fees of Mortain. {Comp. No. 851.) 

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337. Hbnby de Hatjvill' alias db Haxjtilb. 

Writ de causa capiianis to the sheriff of Lincoln, 28 June, 39 Hen. IH. Inq. 
(undated.) 

Lincoln. Boston town, the toll (lestagium) which was of the said Henry is not 
the king's demesne or escheat ; for the said Henry had two sons Ralph and 
Thomas, and Ralph the elder begot two sons during the life of the said 
Henry ; and the king has only the wardship until the full age of the elder 
son of the said Ralph. 
The wife of the said Henry has 4i. in dower out of that toll. (See No. 281 

and 361.) 

C. Hen. III. File 17. (12.) 

338. Ralph de Bethum. 

Writ, 30 Oct. 39 Hen. HI. 

He died on Sunday beforoNSt. Gregory, 38 Hen. HI. 

[Lancaster.] Inq. Saturday after the Epiphany, 39 Hen. III. 

(Unspecified) 1S| bovates land held of the honour of Lancaster by a 
farm of 17Jd. to the king's use by the hands of the sheriff. 

7 carucates and 2 bovates land, held of Edmimd de Lascy of the barony 
of Penwrtham, 9 carucates making a knight's fee, and they are held by 
fee of the hauberk (hrice), viz. — 
Argarmeles, 1 carucate. 
Warton, 3 carucates. 
- Neusum, 2 bovates. 
Glahton, 2 carucates. 
Bretherton, 1 carucate. 
Kirkeby, 1 carucate held of the fee of Wydnes of Edmund de Lascy 
by knight's service. 

Lancaster. Inq. Wednesday after Palm Sunday, 39 Hen. III. 
As above, with the following in addition : — 

Botele town, 2 carucates land held of the earl of Perrars by service of 
8«. 8d. ; and 4 bovates held of the church of St. Mary Waleton by 
service of 20d. 

Wytinton, 7J bovates land held of Walter de Lindesheye by service of 
6s. 8d. (See Nos. 318 and 890.) 

C. Hen. III. File 17. (18.) 

339. Matthew lb Ybnub alias lb Venour. 

Writ to the sheriff of Leicester, 26 June, 39 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Bobert, his son, aged 28, is his heir. 

Leicester. Kereby, 3 virgates land, 15a. of assart, and 4 cottages, in demesne, 
and 6«. Id. rent, held of the king in chief by knight's service, viz. 2a. for 
each virgate when scutage is at 40^., and V2d. rent held of the fee of the earl 
of Leicester. 

Eoteby, a mill held of the earl of Winchester, service unspecified. 

Hauthime, 10^ virgates land held of the said earl, and 12s. rent of 
the land of Bobert le Venour and Boger his son, services unspecified. 

Watton, 3s. rent &om 1 virgate land. 

Leicester, 4«. 9rf. rent from William de Sadinton and Boger de Cramford 



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The lands, &c. held of the king have come into the. hands of the eseheator, 
and the rest into those of the lords of whom they were held ; William de Keleby, 
the escheator, holds those held of the king, and John de Gramfor those held of 
the earl of Winchester. 

C. Hen. III. File 17. (14.) 

340. Sir Willum de Kalna alias db Cantilupo. 

Writ to the sheriff of Wilts, 18 Nov. 89 Hen. III. 

A boy named George, aged not quite 3, is his heir. 
[Wilts.] Inq. {undated.) 

Calna town, viz. 25 messuages, 4 virgates land called Bures, 4a. land, 

4a. meadow, a mill, foreign hundred, and market with toll, held in fee of the 

king in chief by service of 15Z. to the exchequer. 

[Warwick.] Extent, St. Martin's day, 89 Hen. III. 

Hasten manor (full extent given), including rents in Suckeberg', Hille- 
borewewarth' and Stodleya. 

[Bedford and Buckingham.] Extent made by twelve freemen and twelve 
customary tenants, 89 Hen. III. 

Eyton manor, 12 hides held of the king in chief by service of 1 fee 
(full extent given), including the herbage of Diidenmeshei (?) and Mente- 
more, a mill called SfwifesmuU, and fees in Mentemore town held by 
Sir Ealph le [Po]er, Sir William Eussell, Sir Hugh le Dun, and Roger de 
Argenteim ; and 7 hides held of the heirs of Hugh de Gurnay for J fee. 
All the rents of the 19 hides were assigned by Sir William de Cantilupo to 
John de Montealto, with his daughter, and the rents of three mills were 
assigned for life to Lady Agnes de Verdun. 
Endorsed : — ^Extente facte de terris Domini W. de C in 

com- . . . . et Bedef , Wiltes', Sumers' et Dors'. (See Nos. 818 and 866.) 

C. Hen. HI. File 17. (15.) 

341. Isabel daughter of Odinel de Forde. 

WriU, 12 Feb. and 5 March. Inq. The eve of Palm Sunday, 89 Hen. IH. 

Northumbebland. WUouer, i of the capital messuage, which is a waste mote, 
the advowson of the church, 82a. arable, 8a. meadow, 8J bovates defensible 
land, and i of the mill, of the borough, of toll and markets, of garden, and of 
2 parts of the whole of Chyvioth Forest. 

Hetpol, 4:S. Qd. rent, and i of a meadow and of the tallage of drench men 
{drengorum). 

Beleford, J of the capital messuage, 120a. demesne, 8a. meadow, bond- 
men, cottars, and i of the garden, mill and services of Dichend, &c. 

Hedereslau, 40«. from two drench men, and other rents, &c. 
All these were held of the king in chief by service of li knight. 
The heirs are Isabel de Huntercumb, aged 24, and the two daughters of the 
earl of Strathern, viz. Muriel aged 10, and Marjory aged 6. 

Ford, Crukum and Kenemeriston held of Sir William de Huntercumb 
by service of 1 knight, viz. 400a. by the long hundred {per inajorem numeinun) 
and llSa., 27a. meadow, and 40^. Os. ^d. rent of mills, bondmen 
cottars, &c. 

Ford, the advowson of the church. 
Richard de Ford, knight, her uncle, aged 26, is her heir. 

NoBTHUMBERLAND. DupUcate Inq. The eve of Palm Sunday, 89 Hen. IH. 
Same as the above, except that the acreage in Ford is larger by a score. 



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Writ ofpartUion, 2 April. Partition, Monday before St. Mark, 39 Hen. HI. 

Partition into two parts, between Isabel de Huntercumbe and the daughters 
of the earl of Strathem, Muriel and Marjory, of the above lands, &c. in WUouer, 
Hetpol, Beleford and Hedereslau, including the services of certain tenants and the 
advowson of WUouer church, with details of boundaries, &o. The homage and 
service of Odenell de Ford was [previously] assigned to William de Himtercumbe 
and Isabel his wife, and in recompense thereof that of William de Akild was 
assigned to the earl of Strathem, and that of Robert de Hulecestre to Adam de 
Wygeton and Isabel de Forde his wife, each of whom hold 1 knight's fee, and this 
partition was made soon after the death of Robert de Muscamp' by the assent of 
his heirs. 

C. Hen. III. File 17. (16.) 

342. Robert db Pontefbacto. 

Writ, 27 Nov. 89 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

BoMEBSET. Horchardeslegh, 1 hide land held of Thomas de Horchardesh' by 
service of Id. yearly or one pair of gloves. 

C. Hen. III. File 17. (17.) 

343. Adam son of Gilbebt. 

Writ to the sheriff of Lincoln, 26 April, 39 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Lincoln. He held 15a. land in Muleton on the day he espoused Alice late his 
wife and could dower her thereof. 

C. Hen. III. File n. (18.) 

344. Thomas Picot of Radeclyve. 

Writ, 12 Feb. 39 Hen. IH. Inq. Sunday after St. Matthew, 40 [Hen. III]. 
Peter, his son, aged 28, is his heir. 

[Nottingham.] Radeclive, 14^ virgates land (excepting 2a.) in demesne, 12^ 
virgates in villenage, 2 water mills, a free fishery, and 16«. 8^. rent from 
cottages and 19«. lOd. from freemen. 

Kynestan, 18«. 9d. from services of free men. 

C. Hen. III. File 17. (19.) 

345. William lb Mat aUas May, le Met. 

Writ to the sheriff of Lincoln, 25 Jan. 40 Hen. III. Inq. (undated,) 
William, his son, aged 24, is his heir. 

Lincoln. (Unspecified) 100«. rent held of the king in chief by service of the 
keeping of a hound (bragetti). 

[NobfolkJ Inq. (undated,) 

Stanho town, 100a. land and 208. rent of assize held of the king in chief. 
Causton town, 40a. land, la. pasture, 10«. Sd. rent of assize, &c., held 
of the king in chief. 

Ingwrthe, J of a mill similarly held. 
' Causton town, 2a. land, la. pasture, la. turbary, and 18d. rent of 
assize, held of John de Burgo. 

Hevingham, 3«. from a windn;iill, whereof Henry le Cat holds the 
other ^art. 

The said land and tenement was held of the king by service of keeping. one 
brachet. 

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346. William lb Prauncbys, 

Writ, 10 Oct. 40 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
William, his son, aged 26, is his heir. 

Salop. Little Sutton, 29a. land and 3Ja. meadow held of the king by service of 
28, 6d. yearly ; and 2a. land held of Osbert de Sutton by service of Jd., and 
Jd. stretward to the king. {See No. 869.) 

C. Hen. III. FUe 18. (1.) 

347. Elizabeth Tayleboys alias Taylbobs. 

Writ to the sheriff of Northumberland, 6 July, 40 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Robert Taylboes, her son, aged 40 at least, is her heir. 

NoBTHUMBERLAND. (Unspecified) one knight's fee worth 49Z. 8«. 4d. yearly, held 
of the king by service of 1 knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 18, (2.) 

348. Gboffbby Tbbgoz. 

Writ (undated fragment). 

He died on Saturday before SS. Simon and Jude, 89 Hen. III. 

Robert, his son, aged 24 on St. Benedict's day last, 40 Hen. Ill, is his heir. 

NoBFOLK. Inq. (undated.) Billingford manor held of the king in chief of the 
honour of Peverel by service of f knight's fee. 

Redeleswrth' manor held of the king by service of J knight's fee, and by 
Peter de Meulinges of the said Geoffrey by the same service. 

Essex. Inq. (undated.) ToUeshunte manor held of the king in chief of Peverel 
honour by service of J knight's fee. 

ToUeshunte, 20a. land held of the abbess of Berkinge by service of 20rf., 
and 20a. pasture of Philip de Bovile by service of 2<. yearly. 

St. Laurence, held of the king by service of J knight's fee, and by 
William de Panencurt of the said Geoffrey by the same service ; and 50a. 
land held of Richard Munvirun by service of 1 mark yearly. 

Blunteshale manor held of the king of the honour of Peverel by service 
of i knight's fee. 

Topingho, held of the king by service of J knight's fee : Richard de 
Welle holds the said land through the queen, and Robert Fillol held it of the 
said Geoffrey by the same service. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 18. (3.) 

349. Ralph le Bbet. 

Writ to the sheriff of Somerset, 24 May, 40 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 

Sombbset. Juliana de Cultura demised her land of Orcherdlee to Ralph le Bret 
for his life, to supply her with all the necessaries of life, and the said Ralph 
held the same in this manner only and not of the king in chief. On his death 
the escheator took the land into the king's hands, but on what ground is 
unknown to the jury. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 18. (4.) 

350. John de Sancto Clabo. 

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EssBx. He did not hold any other land of the king in chief than of the honour 
of Boulogne, of which he held a messuage and 80a. land for J knight's fee 
and 28. rent ; and his ancestors were enfeoffed of the same as well as of 
the lands he held of the abbot of St. Edmund. {See No. 248.) 

C. Hen. III. File 18. (5.) 

351. William lb Abbblastbr alias Arblastab' de Gbvbldale. 

Writ to the sheriff of York, 15 July, 40 Hen. HI. Inq, (undated.) 

He had 3 sisters, viz. — Alice, from whom came Walter her son ; Eva, from 
whom come Cecily and Alice ; and Avice, from whom came Alan ; all of full age, 
who are his heirs. 

York. The two towns called Geveldale, 4 carueates land held by crossbow service 
and doing guard at York Castle in time of war for 40 days at his own costs, 
and if longer, at the king's costs, and conducting the king's treasure through 
the county at the king's costs. 

C. Hen. HI. FUe 18. (6.) 

352. William de Hoeesham. 

Mandate from John Waler[and], the king's escheator, to his co-escheator in 
CO. Devon, with transcript of writ, 2 Feb. 40 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
He lived until the feast of St. Lucy last. William, his son, aged 4, is his heir. 

Devon. Buddelegh hundred held of the king in chief by socage for 3 marks 
yearly. 

Hokesham, held of the heirs of Breweys of Biry honour for 1 knight's fee. 
Bokelond, held of Sir Ralph de Esse for J knight's fee. 
But on the day he died he only held in hand the said hundred, and the 
homage and relief of the other lands. 

[Devon.] Inq. (undated.) 

The wardship of his heir, aged 4 at Easter last, and of the land of Hockesham 
is worth nothing because the said William enfeoffed William de Punchard' thereof 
on Sunday before the feast of the Holy Cross in May, 89 Hen. IH, and afterwards 
he lived until the feast of St. Lucy, 40 Hen. HI. 

Budd(leigh) hundred he held on the day of his death of the king in 
serjeanty, rendering 8 marks yearly to the sheriff; and he enfeoffed the said 
William de Punchard' of the land of Bocland in the hundred of Branton on 
Sunday after the feast of the Holy Cross in May, 89 Hen. III. 

C. Hen. III. File 18. (7.) 

353. William pe Pabis cdias de Pabtb. 

Writs, 28 Dec. and 28 Feb. 40 Hen. HI. 

Kalph Ivaus is his heir on the part of his elder sister, and has a moiety of 
the lands by the king's command, and Eobert le Gustur, aged 28, is co-heir on 
the part of his other sister. 

SoMBBSET. Inq. (undated.) Cnolle manor, held of the heirs of the Lady Sabine 
de Ortiaco by service of i knight's fee. 

Stokes manor, held of Sir William de Monte Acuto by service of i and J 
knight's fee. 

Buckingham. Esaton manor, sometime held of the king in chief by service of 1 
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Oxford. Karsington manor, sometime held of Sir William de Cantilupo in chief 
by service of 1 knight's fee, which the said William de Monte Acuto now holds 
in fee. 

[Buckingham.] Inq, {undated and defective.) Aston manor, sometime held of 
the king in chief by service pertaining to 1 knight's fee, and he conferred 
the same 3 years before his death on William de Monte Acuto for his homage 
and service, who still holds it. 

[SoMEBSET.] [Knjolle manor, held of the heir of Biohard de Hortiaco for 
i knight's fee of Mortain. 

Stok' manor, held of William de [Monte Acuto] by service of 1 knight's 
fee. 

OxFOBD. Eersinton manor, held of William Maudut^ which manor (he gave ?) to 
Sir William de Monte Acuto, who now holds it. 

C.H€n.IILFaelS. (8.) 

354. BoBEBT LB Bel. 

Writ, 24 June, 40 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Adam, his son, aged SO, is his heir. 

SoMEBSET. Gumpton Durevil', i virgate, sometime of Eustace Durevil hung for 
felony, held of the king in chief by service of 6d. yearly ; 8 virgates held of 
Sir Alan de Furnellis by i knight's fee ; and a portion of land and a mill 
held of the heirs of Sir William Malerb' alias Malet by knight's service. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 18. (9.) 

355. Hbmby DE Chaumflub' alias db Gampo Flob[ido]. 

Writ, 28 Nov. Inq. Saturday before St. Thomas the Apostle, 40 Hen. III. 
Hilary, his son, aged 40, is his heir. 

SoMEBSET. Sterte town, Ilia, land, 12a. meadow, 9a. pasture, 19s. 6d. rent, &c. 
held of the king in chief by service of 9s. rent for the price of one crane at 
Michaelmas. 

C. Hen. III. File 18. (10.) 

356. John de Eynabdele alias de Einabdesle. 

WoBOESTBB. Writ to the sheriiff, 30 Aug. 40 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 

Severnestok manor, i knight's fee held of Sir Boger de Cliflford, doing 
royal service. 
He held nothing of the king. 

Hebbfobd. Writ to the sheriff, 80 Aug. Inq. Monday the feast of St. Denis, 
40 Hen. III. 

Bruges, 1 carucate land, a fulling mill and another mill held of Sir 
Boger de Clifford in chief by service of lib. cummin rent. 

Longeford, 1 carucate land held of the said Boger by service of lib. 
pepper ; and these 2 carucates answer for J knight's fee when scutage runs. 

Wurmeton, 1 carucate land held of the heirs of Balph de Saucey by 
service of ^ knight's fee. 
He held nothing of the king in chief. 

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357. Hugh de Essex. 

Writ to the sheriflf of Essex, 7 Nov. 40 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Essex. Rewenhale, 31a. land, 5a. meadow and la. wood were delivered to him to 
farm by Robert de Haselingfeud for 10s. yearly, and after the said Hugh's 
death the king's escheator took the same, together with other lands &c. which 
the said Hugh held of the king in chief, into the king's hands. 

C. Hen. III. File 18. (12.) 

358. William de Bevillb alias de Beuvile. 

Writ, 9 Aug. 40 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 

Randulph, his son, aged 9 on the Srd day after St. Michael, 31 Hen. Ill (sic). 

[Stafford.] (Unspecified) 8 bovates land, a pasture, garden, and 26Jd., 1 pair of 
white gloves and 1 barbed arrow rent, held of the king in chief by service of 
5s. yearly and suit of court at Newcastle under Lyme. 

C. Hen. in. FUe 18. (13.) 

359. Ralph de Gbendon. 

Mandate -from Thomas de Stanford to Sir Peter de Tuk', with transcript of uyrit, 
10 Jan. Inq. Sunday after St. Scholastica, 40 Hen. III. 
Robert, his soil, aged 14, is his heir. 

Derby. Boyleston, 17^ bovates land, with pasture, 6 cottars, 80a. wood, a moiety 
of a mill, and the advowson of a moiety of the church, held of Sir Andrew de 
Grend[on], rendering 2s. or one sore sparrowhawk at the choice of the 
tenant, and when scutage runs he shall answer as attorney of his brother 
Sir Andrew to the earl of Derby (domino Com' DerV) for i knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 18. (14.) 

360. Hugh de Gapis alias de Gapes. 

Writ, 12 Oct. 40 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 

Thomas, his son, aged 15 at the feast of the St. John the Baptist last, is his 
heir. 

Northampton. Falwesleye manor, held of the king in chief by service of 15 J. 
yearly. 

Great Preston town, 9 carucates land held of Sir Hugh de Swyneford 
and other lords in chief by service of 40s. rent ; and 4 virgates land held 
of Richard de Amondewill by service of 10s. yearly. 
Thorp town, 20s. rent of assize, tenure unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. File 18. (15.) 

361. Henby de Haxtvill alias de Hautvill. 

Writ to the sherffi of Norfolk and Suffolk, 28 March, 40 Hen. III. 

[NoBPOLK.] Inq. (undated.) 

Lenn town, toll (lastagium) worth lOZ. was yearly held by the said Henry 
of the king by service of falconry (servicium falconer'). After his death 
Thomas his son held the same, and Amice late the wife of the said Henry 
had her dower thereof. It is not the king's escheat except during th« 
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[Norfolk.] Inq. (undated,) 

Gernemuth town, the toll (lestagium) was held by the said Henry of the 
king in chief, service unknown, but long before his death he demised the 
same to fee farm to William Gerberge of Gernemuth and GeoflErey de 
Benham and their heirs, &c. by a rent of 40«. ; which rent since the death 
of the said Henry 8 years ago, has remained in the hands of the heirs 
of the said William and Geoftey because no one on the part of the said 
Henry has required it, and they knew not to whom they ought to pay it. 
The said toll is not the king's escheat, but the wardship of the said rent 
pertains to the king during the minority of the heir of the said Henry. 

[Suffolk.] Inq. (undated.) 

Gipwic' town, toll (lestagium)^ worth 20«., was held by the said 
Henry of the king by serjeanty of falconry (fcdconarum) , but he sold the same 
to Geoffrey de Reynham and John BoUe of Gipwic' and their heirs, <fec. by 
service of ^ mark yearly, of which nothing has been paid since the said 
Henry's death, because they knew not to whom they should pay. 

Writ to the sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, 6 Dec. 41 Hen. IH. Inq. (undated.) 

Henry son of Ralph, son of the said Heiyry, aged 11, is his heir. After 
the death of Ralph de Hauvill his kinsman, there descended to him 100s. yearly 
in Lenn and Ketleston, and after the death of Peter his kinsman, 40s. yearly in 
Reynh(am). Thomas de Hauvill, who at the feasts of SS. Peter and Paul next 
will have held the said lands, &c. for 4 years, on the day his father died at 
Lynford, co. Buckingham, came to take seisin at Reynham as of the gift of his 
father, and on the morrow at Dun ton. 

NoBFOLK. Dunton and Ketleston manor, held of the king in chief by serjeanty 
of keeping the king's falcons. 

Bisynham, 52s. rent, excepting dower, held of the king in chief by 40s. 
farm, which Ralph de Erlham paid to him. 

Lenn, 47s. (rent), whereof his relict has a moiety in dower. (See Nob. 
281 and 837.) 

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362. William [son of JIobbbt] db Aubemahle alias de Alba Maba, db 
Alba Marla. 

Writ to the sheriflf of Gloucester, 11 Feb. 40 Hen. IH. Inq. (undated fragment.) 

Thomas de Evercy alias Deversy son of Anora his sister, Isabel de Alba Mara 
alias de Gloustre ? his sister, Richard de Stanleye alias de Stalling, de Stanling, 
son of Eatherine his sister, Matilda de Alba Mara alias de Stanleg' his sister, all of 
full age, and William, son of William Hathewy (heir of Agnes his sister ?), aged 
12, are his heirs. 

Glougbsteb of the king, a certain land . . . . ,1 carucate 

land in demesne . . . . , &om which the said Bartholomew shall 
receive yearly .... 

[Glougbsteb.] Inq. (undated.) Ruwardin manor in the forest of Dene (extent 
given), held of the king in chief by service of 28s. yearly. 

[Hbbefobd.] Homme, 1 carucate land held of the fee of the bishop of Hereford 
by service of 8s. yearly. 

[Glougbsteb.] Stintescumbe, 2 carucates land, tenure unspecified. 

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Mandate dkc. with transcript of writ, to the constable of the castle of St. Brevell, 
12 Feb. ExUnt, St. Mark's day, 40 Hen. IH. 

[Gloucbbtbb.] Ruardin manor in the forest of Dene (extent given), held of the 
king in chief by 23«. rent and serjeanty, viz. — Attending the constable of 
St. Brevell with a horse and hauberk (lorica) within the bounds of the forest 
at his own cost, and attending the pleas of the forest, when summoned. 

WHt, 10 March, 40 Hen. HI. 

[Gloucestbb.] Inq. (undated.) Stintescomb', 110a. arable, 8a. meadow, 8a. 
pasture, garden, watermill, pannage, and 100«. rent, and 1 goose worth IJd., 
held of the lord of the barony of Berkele by service of 10s. 6d. yearly. 

[GiiOUOBSTBB.] Inq. (undated.) La Trop, 1 carucate land and 42s. rent'i&c. 
held of the lord of Sudleye by 19s. M. rent. 

Hebbfobd. Inq. (undated.) Homme manor, 2 virgates arable, with meadow, 
garden, and pasture, and 8s. rent which he rendered yearly to the bishop of 
Hereford. 

C. Hen. IIL FUe 18. (17.) 

363. ROBBBT DB PaBGO. 

Writ to Ralph de Covene, steward of the king's forest of Fekham, 29 July. Inq. 
Friday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 40 Hen. HI. 
Henry de Parco, his son, is his heir and of full age. 

[WoBCESTEB.] Fekeham forest, 1 virgate land held of the king in chief for 
keeping the king's park, whereof the king has the herbage and pannage, and 
the said Robert had windfalls up to 5 oaks and dead wood ; 6a. of assart held 
of the kii\g by 2s. 8d. rent by the hands of the sheriff ; 2 virgates of the 
abbot of Bordesle by 2lb. cummin rent ; and 3 virgates of Robert le Chevaler 
of Bradele by service of 1 pair of gloves. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 18. (18.) 

364. Henby le Ohahbebleng. 

Writ to the sheriff of Lincoln, 28 March, 40 Hen. IIL Inq. (undated.) 
John, his son, aged 20 on Friday after St. Matthew last, is his heir. 

Lincoln. iSerston, capital messuage, 11 bovates'and 8 parts of a bovate, 3 tofts, 
pasture, and 2Z6. pepper rent, held of the king in chief by service of finding 
one knight in the king's army ; and 2 marks rent held of Thomas Grelley by 
service of 1 pair of gilt spurs. 

Wykingebi, capital messuage, 13 bovates land and 4 tofts, held of Henry 
de Percy by service of 2J knight's fees for that land and the land of Aufeld ; 
5 bovates land held of the bishop of Lincoln, rents of lib. wax and 3s. 4rf., 
and a wood held of the fee of Percy, services unspecified. And the said 
Henry used to render 16d. yearly to Richard de Buselingtorp for a bovate 
which he gave to the monks of Stainfeld in alms, and 4d. yearly to the monks. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 18. (19.) 

365. Isabel be Bbog alias Sibtl de Bboe alias de la Bbog. 

Writ to the sheriff of Salop, 7 Feb. 40 Hen. IH. Inq. (undated.) 

She had 3 sisters, viz. — ^Edelina, wife of Stephen de Turnham, heirs 
unknown; Alice, wife of William Harang*, from whom issued two daughters, 



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Emma from whom issued Peter Hotoft alias de Hamtoft, and Felicia from whom 
issued Nicholas de Wauncy ; and Clemencia, wife of William Mallesoveres, from 
whom issued Aunger de Tatlinton : these three are her heirs and of full age- 

Salop. Chetelton manor, held of the king in chief by service of finding 1 man 
to go with the king into North Wales with bow and arrows when necessary. 

Writ to the sherijff of Salop, 16 June, 40 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Salop. Chetinton manor, held (as above). As Aunger is from a sister and 
Nicholas and Peter from neices, it seems to the jury that Aunger is the heir. 
(See No. 317.) 

a Hen. III. File 18. (20.) 

366. Walter db Pavbly. 

Writ to the sheriff of Wilts, 8 July, 40 Hen. III. Extent (undated). 
Reginald de Pavely, knt., his son, is his heir and of full age. 

Wilts. Westburi manor, with its appurtenances, viz. — Broc, Heneddingehull, 
Stokes and LoUedon (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of 
1 knight's fee ; 2 carucates land (extent given), held of William de 
Pluggenet, of his mother's marriage, without service ; 2 virgates land of 
the prior of Fernlegh by service of lOs. yearly ; 20a. arable, 10a. pasture, 
8a. meadow and 17s. rent of assize, .held of William Burnel by service of 
10s. ; and a messuage, &c. held of William Morin without service. 

C. Hen. HI. File 19. (1.) 

367. Pbtbb db Rossa, parson of Rewenhale. 

Writ (missing). Inq. Wednesday after St. Andrew, 40 Hen. III. He died on 
Ascension day, 89 Hen. III. 

E'ssBx; Hbrtfobd. The said Peter 8 years before his death demised to the 
Master of the Knights of the Temple in England the manor of Rewenhale 
(co. Essex) for six years for 22Z. yearly, whereof the said Master 
gave him 661. in hand for 3 years. On Saturday before the Ascension, 
39 Hen. III. came Brother William del Estre, preceptor of Kersing 
and Wyham, and other brethren by the will of the Master and returned 
the said manor to the said Peter, who gave them about 100a. land in the said 
manor in frank almoign ; and the same day he granted by charter to Robert 
de Scales (his nephew) the manor of Rewenhale, and to Alice wife of the said 
Robert the manor of Newesel (co. Hertford) ; and on the Sunday following took 
their homage after making them swear to find a chaplain for ever to celebrate 
for his soul, and that if he should recover the said Robert would give him his 
manor of Hoo in co. Norfolk for life, and the said Alice would give him the 
manor of Hecelingfeld in co. Cambridge for life ; and he commanded his 
servants, who on Monday following put the said Robert in seisin of 
Rewenhal manor, and on Tuesday the said Alice of Newesel manor ; and so 
she remained until Friday in Whitsun week when the escheators ejected her. 
The said Peter was of good memory always until his death, and a little 
before his death assumed the dress of the Templars. 

C. Hen. HI. File 19. (2.) 

368. Gboffrby d'Avbnbyb alias Avenb. 

Mandate dc. taith transcript of tvrit, 26 June, 40 Hen. III. Inq. Sunday after 
All Saints. 
John, his son, is his heir, and of full age. 



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Suffolk. Wanford town, 60a. land, a messuage and 31«. 2Jd. rent, held of the 
king in chief by service of J knight's fee, and 12d. to Dover Castle ; and 
SOa. held of the earl of Cornwall by service of 20(2. 

C. Hen. III. File 19. (3.) 

369. William Hbbvit alias Hervey. 

Mandate dkc. with transcript of writy 9 Jan. 40 Hen. HI. Extent {undated and 
defaced). 

[Suffolk.] Boxsted (extent given), .... honour of Langastr' ? by 
^ knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 19. (4.) 

370. Thomas de Dunblm. 

Writ to the sheriff of Huntingdon, 1 Jan. 40 Hen. HI. Inq. {missing.) 

C. Hen. III. File 19. (5.) 

371. John de Mukemuth alias be Munemue. 

Writ to the sheriff of Wilts, 12 April, 41 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Lady Albretha de Boterell* alias de Botereaus, aged more than 60, and Lady 
Joan de Nevil alias de Novilla, aged more than 40, are his heirs. 

Wilts. Langeford and Grimstede townff, 8 carucates land held of the king in 
chief by service of 1 knight. 

Writ to the sheriff of Dorset, 12 April, 41 Hen. HI. Inq. {undated.) 
DoBSBT. Pidele Bardolfeston town, i knight's fee held of Sir Alfred de 
Lincoln by service of i knight's fee.* 

C. Hen. III. File 19. (6.) 

372. Ernisius de Nevill. 

Writ to the sheriff of Wilts, 14 Sept. Inq. The vigil of St. Matthew, 41 Hen. HI. 
Gilbert, his son, aged 27, is his heir. 

Wilts. Durinton town, 2 carucates held of king in chief by service of 1 knight. 

C. Hen. III. File 19. (7.) 

373. JOBDAN LB FrAKCEBLEYN. 

Writ to Stephen Fromund, bailiff of the king's hundred of Dunhameneye, 

10 July, 41 Hen. HI. Inq. {undated.) 

Bichard, son of Bichard his son, aged 16 at the feast of St. Michael, 
41 Hen. HI, is his heir. 

[GjiOUCESTEB ?] (Unspecified) 8 virgates land held of the king in chief by 10s. 
rent ; and J virgate held of Jordan de la Wike by Id. rent. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 19. (8.) 

374. BicHABD Hbybaz of Alwabdeburi alias de Herez, de Heyrez, de Heraz. 

Writ to the sheriff of Wilts and the bailiff of Clarendon, 7 May, 41 Hen. IH. 
Inq. {undated.) 
Balph, bis son, aged 22, is his heir. 

Wilts. [Alwardeburi ?] 1 virgate land held of the king in chief by service of 
28. yearly ; and 2a. land and 8a. meadow held of the fee of Alice le Frensse, 
Bobert Thurstayn and Peter de Jeneyeie. 



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Wilts. Inq. {^undated and defaced,) 

Alwarburi, 1 virgate land held of the king in chief by service of keeping 

a pack of harriers at the king's cost and his pack 

horse and groom ; also of meadow in the 

same town, and 1 little croft of the fee of James de Putton in the same 

town, and la. ? in the same town. 

C. Hen. IIL File 19. (9.) 

375. RoBBBT Taylbboys aZia« Taleboys. 

Writ to the sheriff of Northmnberland, 18 Oet. 41 Hen. III. Inq. held at Hephal 
Tuesday after St. Martin, 42 Hen. III. 
Robert, his son, is his heir, and of full age. 

Northumberland. (Unspecified) 1 knight's fee held of the king, of which 
Margery late his wife is dowered by the command of the queen, who now 
has the wardship of the lands by reason of certain debts which the said 
Robert owed in Jewry {injudeismo). 

C. Hen. HI. FUe 19. (10.) 

376. Richard de Gaterhalb aiias de Oaterale, de Eatbrale. 

Writ to the sheriff of Lancaster, 8 Aug. 41 Hen. III. Inq. Monday the vigil of 
St. Edmund, 43 (sic) Hen. HI. 
Ralph, his son, is his heir, and of full age. 

Lancaster. Gasenarch, 8 bovates land held of the king in chief, service 
unspecified. 

Caterale, 5J bovates and i bovate held of the heirs of William de 
Lanc(aster) by knight's service. 

Hawath and Threlefal, 40a. held of the Hospitalers, service unspecified. 

Writtington, 4 bovates held of John de Kirkeby by knight's service. 

Lancaster. Liq. Monday before St. Gregory, 42 Hen. III. 

Gosenhar' town (as above) held by 4«. 7f d. rent and suit at the county 
and wapentake (courts). 

Kateral town, 5^ bovates held as above. 

Houwat and Threlefal (as above), held by service of 5s. yearly. 

Wyrihtint' town, 2 J and J bovates held (as above). (See No. 847.) 

C. Hen. IIL FUe 19. (11.) 

377. Robert de Barevill. 

Writ, 1 June, 41 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Joan, aged 6^, and Alice, aged 5, his daughters, are his heirs. 

Lincoln. Barthon, 17 bovates land held of the king in chief by service of 1 
^sore sparrowhawk. (See Nos. 527, 570 and 666.) 

C. Hen. III. File 19. (12.) 

378. John db Lbssinton alias db Laxinton, de Lbxinton. 

Writ to the sheriff of Northampton, 16 Jan. 41 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 

Sir Henry de Lessinton, alias de Laxinton, de Lexenton, bishop of Lincoln, 
age variously stated as 40 and 60 and more, is his heir. 



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Northampton. Bifeld and Warcwrth, 18«. rent held of William Lingespeye 
rendering 8 barbed arrows yearly ; 20a. rent of Ralph Giffard ; 2 virgates 
land of William Constantin by service of 2d. ; 1 virgate of the prior of 
Ware rendering Sa. ; ^ virgate of Ralph Giffard, which Ralph had of Elias the 
clerk of Warden, to whom the prior of Esseby delivered it for his life. 

Apiltre and Aston, 202. land held of Thomas doing scutage. 

Writ to the sheriff of Nottingham and Derby, 16 Jan. 41 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 
Nottingham. Takesford manor with Warsope hamlet, held of the king in 
chief by service of 1 knight's fee. 

Lessinton, land held of Sir Adam de Everingham by service, of } 
knight's fee. 

Knesale, a culture with a wood called Herteshorn, held of Sir Edmund 
de Lascy for one sore sparrowhawk or 2«. yearly. 

Marnham, | knight's fee held of Richard de Weston for lib. pepper 
yearly., 

* Scrathawe, 60a. land held of Lady Maud de Luvetot for homage only. 

Soheghawe, 60a. held of Sir John de Eyville for homage only. 

Egrum manor, held of Sir John de Gatesdene by service of 2 knights' 
fees.. 

Eelum, 8 bovates held of Peter son of Peter de Kelum by service of i 
knight's fee. 

[Dbbby.] The Peak (Pecko), land held of the king by service of 1 pair of gilt 
spurs, or 6d. to the keeper of the Castle of the Peak. 

Writ to the sheriff of Oxford, 17 Jan. 41 Hen. lU. Inq. (undated.) 
OxFOBD. Hornle, 10 hides land of the fee of Braundon, held of John de Verddun, 
service unknown. 

Writ to the sheriff of Essex, 17 Jan. 41 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 
Essex. Theyden ad montem manor, held of Sir Robert de Brywes by service of 
2 knigUts' fees. (See No. 402.) 

C. Hen. III. FUe 19. (18.) 

379. Otto alias Ottho son of William. 

Writ to the sheriff of Essex, 6 June, 41 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 

EssBX. Belchamp (BeUo campo)y 1| carucate land held of the king in chief of 
the fee of the honour of Boulogne by service of ^ knight's fee. 

Gestingthorp and Gosfeud, 2 carucates land held of the earl of 
Gloucester in chief by service of 1 knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 19. (14.) 

380. RoGBB the Tailor (Scissor^ Cissor). 

Writ to the sheriff of Nottingham, 29 Sept. 41 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Nottingham. Kingeshagh manor was held of the king for life by 100«. yearly, 
and is the king's escheat through the death of the said Roger. 

C. Hen. III. File 19. (15.) 

381. JoHK DE Blendbce oliaB DE Blendec. 

Writ to William de Appelford keeper of the honour of Boulogne in co. Essex, 
4 Feb. 41 Hen. HI. (Inq. undated.) 
Henry, his son, aged 36, is his heir. 



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Essex. Redeswell town, 80a. arable, 4a. meadow, and Us. 6d. rent. 
Westmerseia town, 65a. land, 5a. meadow, and 10«. 6d. rent. 
All held of the king in chief of the said honour by service of 1 knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 19. (16.) 

382. Alice, late the wife of Philip db Beybrington. 

Writ, 20 Jan. 41 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
Walter, her son, age^ 22, is her heir. 

[Sussex.] (Unspecified), 14a. and 1 rood arable, and 9«. rent, held of the king in 
chief by service of scutage, hidage, castle guard (custodiacastri), and sheriff's 
aid, pertaining to ^ of ^ knight's fee ; and 8a. pasture held of the fee of 
Horshy rendering 12d. yearly to the lord of the fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 19. (17.) 

383. William Fureram alias Foeebam. 

Writ to the sheriff of Gloucester, 29 May, 41 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
His two daughters, aged 12 and 9, are his heirs. 

Gloucesteb. Sturidone town, i carucate and 1 virgate land held of the king in 
chief in socage by service of 15«. 8d. yearly ; and i carucate and 1 virgate 
held of Eichard Fokeram his brother in socage by service of 12s. yearly, 
Henton, J knight's fee held of Sir Ralph Eussel by knight's service. 

C. Hen. III. File 19. (18.) 

384. John Baudet. 

Writ, 17 Feb. 41 Hen. III. Extent {undated.) 
Elias, his son, aged 18, is his heir. 

Southampton. (Unspecified) 1 hide land (extent given) held of the king in chief 
by rendering 100 barbed arrows yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 19. (19.) 

385. Thomas db Hodbeshale alias de Hudebeshale. 

Writ, 1 Feb. 41 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Bobert, his son, is his heir, and of full age. 

Lancaster. Hudereshale town, 2 bovates land held of the king *in theynagium' 
paying 58. yearly. 

Alston, IJ bovate land held of Eichard de Alston in chief by knight's 
service. 

C. Hen. UL File 19. (20.) 

386. Agnes Peyebel alias Pevbel. 

Writ, 8 April, 41 Hen. III. Extent (undated). 
Thomas Peverel, her son, aged 30, is her heir. 

Southampton. Manesbrig', J carucate land, Is. 8^. rent, 4a. meadow, and a 
wood held of the king in chief, rendering 20«. to the Exchequer; and 2 parts 

of 1 virgate land and 2s. rent held of Sir Eioger de Sanford rendering 8s. 4^. 

Ghelewore, ^ carucate land, a wood with pasture and 198. rent held of 
Sir Wufred de Schovil' (?) rendering 5a. 



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Wilts. Writy 27 June, 41 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated), 

Neuton town, 1 virgate land, a messuage and pasture held of Roger de 
Toenye rendering 10s. yearly ; and 2 virgates land and pasture held of Lady 
Christina de Harsefeld rendering 2d. 

Chederinton town, J virgate land held of Adam son of Edmund 
rendering 4». yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 20. (1.) 

387. William Matjduyt alias Maudut. 

Writ, 14 Feb. 41 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 

Sir William, his son, age variously stated as 34 and 86, is his heir. 

Buckingham. Hamslapp manor, held of the king in chief by 1 knight's fee and 2 
parts of 1 knight's fee. 

Southampton. Writ, 25 Feb. 41 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 

Hertlegh, 4 carucates land held of the king in chief by service of being 
Chamberlam of the Exchequer. 

Rutland. Writ, 8 March, 41 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 

Berwedon manor and Wrongedik hundred, held of the king in chief by 
^ knight's fee. 

Cottesmore and Gretham towns, QOl. land held of the earl of War [wick] 
by service of J knight's fee. 

C.Hen.lILFile20. (2.) 

388. Hugh de Ghieehull alias de Ghukbhull. 

Writ, 21 Jan, 41 Hen. HI. Ea^tent (unduted). 
Alan, his son, is his heir, and of full age. 

[Southampton.] Wlvestune, J carucate land (extent given) held of the king 
in chief by serjeanty of finding one footman with bow and arrows in the 
king's army in England at his own cost for 40 days. 

ChukehuU, } carucate land held of the abbot of Hyde by 1 mark rent. 

C. Hen. III. File 20. (8.) 

389*. Stephen Habinood. 

Writ, 20 Oct. 41 Hen* III. Inq. (undated.) 
William, his son, aged 40, is his heir. 

Kent. Stouting hundred, held of the king in chief by service of 20s. yearly, and 
of 6 men and a constable to guard the passage of the sea, if necessary, on 
account of the king's enemies at Sandgate. 

Stouting manor, held of the lord of Elham by service of 1 knight's fee. 
'Stanford, land held of the lord of Sybeton by service of 1 pair of gilt 
spurs or 6d. 

Sturton, rent held of the abbot of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, service 
unspecified. 

Stouting, the advowson of the church. 

C. Hen. III. File 20. (4.), 

390. Balph de Bethum. 

Writ to the 8heri£f of Lancaster, 80 Dec. Inq. Saturday the feast of SS. Fabian 
and Sebastian, 41 Hen. HI. 
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Lancaster. Brining, 18| bovates land held of the king in chief by 17Jd. rent. 

Fenwertham barony, 7 carucates and 2 bovates land held of Edmund 
de Lascy by knight's service. 

Eirkebi, 1 carucate held of the said Edmund of the fee of Widnis by 
knight's service. 

Botle town, 2 carucates land held of the earl of Ferars by service of 
88. 6d. yearly ; and 4 bovates held of Waleton church by service of 20d. 
yearly. 

Witington town in Lonesdale, TJ bovates held of Walter de Lindesay 
by service of 6s. 8Jd. yearly. {See Nos. 813 and 388.) 

C. Hen. III. FUe 20. (5.) 

391. Balph supeb Tbyse. 

Writ {fragment), .... 41 (Hen. III). Inq. {undated.) 

William son of Walter super Teyse, aged 24 and more, is his heir. ' 

NoBTHUMBEBLAND. Nord Goseford town (extent given), held of the king in chief 
by service of 2 parts of 1 knight's fee and suit at the county (court). {See 
No. 786.) 

C. Hen. HI. FUe 20. (6.) 

392. Walban de Hobton. 

Writ {missing). Inq. Friday before St. Michael (41 Hen. III). 
He died on St. Bartholomew's day, 41 Hen. (IH). 

NoBTHUMBEBLAND. He somotimo had land in Northumberland and also in 
Normandy, and when the Normans were disseised of their lands in England 
he demised his land in Normandy to his eldest son Walran, and as an 
Englishman kept himself to his land in Northumberland, where he lived 
peacefully until his death ; but whether it is the king's escheat or not the 
jury cannot judge. It is worth 20Z. 7s. Bd. including the dower of Agnes 
late his wife. He had two sons and a daughter besides the son to whom 
he demised his land in Normandy. 

C. Hen. III. File 20. (7.) 

393. John de Tbaily. 

Writ to the sheriff of Bedford, 28 May, 41 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
John, his son, aged 23, is his heir. 

Bedfobd. Norhgivel, held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee. 

Suggivel township, held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee. 

Gilveldene manor, held of the fee of the earl of Gloucester by service of 
1 knight's fee. 

Chelwinton, held of the same fee for J knight's fee. 

La Hoo, 8 half virgates land held by doing the king's foreigp service 
only, and they are held bjr William de la Suzche in dower with his wife in 
Merstone parish ; and ^ vurgate held of William Beuf oz of the fee of Sir 
William de Bello Campo for 2d. 

Admereshey in Merston parish, 2 virgates held of the fee of John de 
Mortenn by foreign service only. 

Ravenigge in Merstone parish, J virgate held of Hugh Ghnrt by service 
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Buckingham. Lottegarsale township, J knight's fee held of the earl of Gloucester, 
and he renders yearly to the king 2«. 6d. for toll and pannage in Brehull 
manor. 

C. Hen. III. File 20. (8.) 

394. ROOBR DB HUNTINGPBUD alia& DB HoNTINGBFEUD. 

WHt, 10 July, 41 Hen. HI. 

William, his son, aged 20 at the feast of St. Bartholomew next, is his heir. 

Lincoln. Extent and Inq., Saturday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 41 Hen. HI. 

Suthorp manor (extent given) held, with Franton and Thoft manors, of 
Lady Petronilla de Vallibus by service of 2| knight's fees. 

Lincoln. Extent and Inq., Friday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 41 Hen. IH. 
Thoft manor (extent given) held as above. 
Framton manor and advowson (extent given). 

Suffolk. Writ, 10 July 41 Hen. HI. Extent (undated). 

Mendham manor (extent given), held of the king in chief of the honour 
of Lancastre by service of 1 knight. 

Huntingfeud and Benges manors, held of the honour of Eye, but the 
bailiffs of Eye do not permit the sheriff or escheator to extend them. 

C. Hen. HI. File 20. (9.) 

395. William db Est Cabelton alias db Gaslbton. 

Writ, 25 March, 41 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated fragment.) 

[His daughters] Alice wife of William de Brokedis, aged 30 or more, Isabel 
wife of Robert de Welleholm, aged 26, and Agnes, aged 28, and Maud, aged about 
20, who are not married, are his heirs. 

[Norfolk.] Garleton, ^ serjeanty consisting of 15a. land, 28. 9id. rent &c., held, 
with the other half which Eustace de Garleton holds, by service of carrying 
100 herrings in pies from the burgesses of Norwich to the king, wherever 
he may be in England, about Michaelmas; 1 messuage and 30a. land held 
of Balph de Goleneia of the fee of the earl Marshal by service of jV knight's 

^ fee ; and 15a. held of the fee of Ralph de Tyville by service of 4«. yearly, and 
16d. to the king's scutage of 208. 

[Norfolk.] Bretenham, J carucate land and J watermill held of the inheritance 
of his wife, which Roger de Priketon has seized into the hands of the earl 
of Gloucester. 

[SuPFOLKi] Neilond town, 1 messuage held of the fee of Bartholomew 

Hasard. 

Besides he gave, 3 years before his death, to his daughter Isabel in marriage 
with Robert de Welleholm by service of 15d. yearly, 12a. land of the fee of Hugh 
de Gressy which he held by service of 12d. yearly, 2a. of the fee of William de 
Bukenham, which he held by service of 6d., and the services of divers tenants 
(specified). 

C. Hen. III. File 20. (10.) 

396. Geoffrby db Stokbs. 

Writ to the sheriff of Derby, 22 Nov. 41 Hen. HI. Inq. {undated and defective.) 
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Derby. (Unspecified) a toft and 8 bovates land held of the king in chief by 10^. 
rent. He used to hold it of Eichard de Saundiacre, who held it of the king 
in chief, and Matthew de Saundiacre now holds it. 

Nottingham. Stok, 20 bovates land held of the fee of Einnerby by service of 
8 parts of 1 knight's fee. 

Neuwerk, 4 bovates land held of the same lee. 
Balderton, 8 bovates land held of the same fee. 

Stok, 10 bovates land held of the fee of Bekeryg by 6d. rent ; and 
98. rent from land which Margery Eidewylde held. 

Syreston, 4 bovates land held of Geoffrey de Mastres for IW. cummin. 
Screveton, 16 bovates land held of Robert de Hoto by service of 
^ knight's fee. 
Geoffrey [de Einjnerby and Ermetmde his wife now hold the said fee of 

Einnerby ; Geoffrey de Musters of his own fee aforesaid ; Isabel 

late [the wife] of the said Geoffrey de Stok a third part of the same 

: ... the fee of BU^eryg ; and Robert de Hoto now holds the said 

C. Hen. III. File 20. (11.) 

397. BoGEB LB Taillub. 

Writs to the sheriff of Lincoln, 18 Oct. 41, and 1 May, 42 Hen. III. hiq. 
(undated.) 
Thomasia and Emelina, his sisters, aged 40 and more, are his heirs. 

Lincoln. Thorkeseye, Gdja. land, l^a. meadow, 18 tofts, a windmill, and 28. 
rent from the parson of St. Peter's church for a toft, held of the king, 
service unspecified. 

C. Hen. HI. File 20. (12.) 

398. Robert le Velu. 

Writ, 28 Jan, 42 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

John, his son, who is in parts across the sea, aged SO and more, is his heir. 

Bbdfobd. Turveye town, a messuage and 16a. land held of the king in chief by 
free service of i knight s fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 20. (18.) 

399. John son of Nicholas. 

Writ to the sheriff of Essex, 10 Aug. 42 Hen. III. Transcript of tcrit directed 
by the sheriff to the bailiff of the liberty of Rocheford. Inq. (undated.) 
Nicholas de Mordone is his heir, and of full age. 

Essex. (Unspecified) 120a. land and a marsh held of the king in chief by service 
of ^ knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 20. (14.) 

400. Luke be TEBLn^o* alias de Teblynges. 

Writy 22 Oct. 42 Hen. m. Inq. {undated.) 
Hubert, his son, aged 84, is his heir. 

Essex* Terlinges, 1 knight's fee held of the king in chief, service unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. File 20. (15.) 



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401. Robert de Hucham alias db Hugham. 

Writ to the sheriff of Kent, 26 July, 42 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
Robert, his son, aged 8, is his heir. 

Kent. Boxele, 40s. rent held of the king. 

Bocton, J knight's fee held of William de Muntchanesy 
Farlegh, a mill held of the prior of Canterbury. 

Maidestan, 4a. meadow, a weir and 2a. land held of the tenure of the 
archbishop. 

Services unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. File 20. (16.) 

402. Henry de Lessinton, sometime bishop of Lincoln. 

Writ to the sheriff of Nottingham, 28 Aug. 42 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 

Richard de Marcham, aged 50, and William de Sutton, aged 40, are his heirs. 

Nottingham. Tuggesford and Warsop towns, held of the king in chief by 
service of 1 knight's fee ; Lady Margaret late the wife of Sir J. de Lessinton, 
holds them in dower. 

Lessinton, ^ knight's fee held of Sir Adam de Everingham. 
Marnham, i knight's fee held of Richard de Weston. {See Nos. 378 
and 870.) 

C. Hen. HI. File 20. (17.) 

403. Ralph Basset of Welledon alias Welesden. 

Writ, 17 Feb. 42 Hen. IH. Inq. (undated.) 

Richard, his son, aged 80 and more, is his heir. 

Stafford. Maddeleg', 1 small knight's fee of Mortain (extent given), held of 
the baron of Stafford by suit of court and scutage. 

Northampton. Writ, 17 Feb. 42 Hen. HI. Inq. {und<tted.) 

Welledon manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of 
1 knight's fee. 

Sutton and Weston manor (extent given), with 12d. rent or 1 sparrow- 
hawk in Asselle, held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee. 

Leicester. Writ, 18 Feb. 42 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Weleham, 4 carucates land with cottages held of the king in chief by 
service of J knight's fee. 

C. Hen III. File 20. (18.) 

404. Bartholomew de la Ghapele alias de Gapella. 

Writ to the sheriff of Buckingham, 17 July, 42 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Joan, his daughter, aged 1^ at the feast of St. John the Baptist last, is his 
heir. 

Buckingham. Denham manor, held of the abbot &c. of Westminster for 18Z. 
yearly ; and 1 virgate land held of Philip de Gouele for 16a. yearly. 

Southampton. Writ to the sheriff, 17 July, 42 Hen. IH. Inq. {undated.) 

Oterburne manor (extent given) held of Sir Brian de Brampton in chief 
of the fee of Eoger de Mortuo Mari. 

C. Hen. III. File 20. (19.) 



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405. Cecily, mother of Henry, son of Ralph db Hauvill. 

Writ to the sheriff of Leicester, 3 Feb. 42 Hen. IH. Inq, {undated.) 

Leicester. Shenton alias Sheynton, 16J virgates land in villenage, and 
2 virgates. held by 2 free tenants, held in free marriage of the gift of her 
father Hugh de Nevill, of Richard de Harecurt without service excepting 
two attendances at his court for view of frank pledge, and scutage when it 
shall happen. The said lands &c. fall to the said Henry by hereditary right 
and are now in the hands of Richard de Harecurt as in wardship. 

C. Hen. III. File 20. (20.) 

406. Margery de Wynbquike. \ 

Writ {missing). Inq, Monday before St. Gregory, 42 Hen. IH. 
Richard de Thorinton is her heir, and of full age. 

Lancaster. Thorinton, 2 carucates land held of the king in chief by service of 
8«. yearly, and suit at the county (court) of Lancaster and wapentake of 
Amoundemess. 

C. Hen. III. File 21. (1.) 

407. John de Avereng' alias de Aferenges, de Avebyng'. 

Writ, 13 Nov. 42 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

He died on Thursday before St. Martin last. His daughters, Joan aged 9, 
Margaret aged 6, and Elizabeth aged 3, are his heirs. 

E6sEX. Dakeham town, 78a. of worn out land {teira susana), 15a. marsh, 4«. 8d. 
rent, services and pannage, tenure unspecified. 

SoMBBSBT. Writ, 13 Nov. 42 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Bromland, 61. land held of the king in chief by service of J knight's 
fee, worth 61. yearly, which 61. the prior, &c. of Berliz hold of the said John 
and his heirs for 115«. yearly. 

Oxford. Writ, 13 Nov. 42 Hen. III. The escheator is to permit Amice, late 
the wife of the said John, to have her quarentine in the manor of Botcot. 
Inq. Tuesday after St. Hugh, bishop of Lincoln. 

Rettcot manor, held of the king in chief by J knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 21. (2.) 

408. John de Pertone. 

Writ, 19 Dec. 42 Hen. IIL Inq. {undated.) 

Banulph, his son, aged 24 at Easter next, is his heir. 

Stafford. Perton town, 1 carucate land held of the king in cbiel by service of 
going with the king in the army of Wales with a horse for 8 days at his own 
cost, and if he shall stay longer he shall take 8d. daily and eat once daily in 
the king's house {pranderet semel in die in Iwspitio doinini regis). 

C. Hen. III. File 21. (8.) 

409. William de Clifton. 

Writ, 29 March. Inq. Sunday after St. Ambrose, 42 Hen. IH. 

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Lancabtbr. [Kyrkhem?], ten carucates land held of the king in chief by 
service of 40«. yearly, and 1 suit at the county (court) of Lsuicastre and the 
wapentake of Amunderness. 

Gosenarg', 2 bovates land held of the heirs of Robert son of Bernard 
by service of 8s. IJd. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 21. (4.) 

410. William de Plugenet alias Pluqenet. 

Writ, 6 Dec. Inq. Tuesday before St. Thomas the Apostle, 42 Hen. III. (defaced.) 
Joice, his son, aged 20 at Easter next, is his heir. * 

Bebeb. Lamburne town, a tenement (extent given) held of the king in chief by 
service of ^ knight's fee. 

C. Hen. HI. FUe 21. (5.) 

411. BiCHABD DE HaBEGUBT. 

Writ to the sheriff of Leicester, 2 April, 42 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Sir William, his son, aged 80 and more, is his heir. 

Leicestbb. Stretton, 161. land held of the king in chief for ^ knight's fee. 

Boseworth, 50Z. land held of the earl of Winchester by service of 
1 knight's fee. 

Ayleston, 80Z. land held of the same earl by service of 1 knight's fee. 

Borisworth, lOZ. land held of the same earl by service of 1 knight's fee. 

Kybworth, QOl. land held of the earl of Warwick by service of 1 knight's 
fee. 

Neuton and Sheyngton, 201. land held of the same earl by service of 
1 knight's fee. 

Morton, 201. land held of the same earl by service of 1 knight's fee. 

Branteston, 2W. land held of William Burdeyt by service of J knight's 
fee. 

Shepe, lOZ. land held of Richard de Gaumvill in chief by service of 
1 knight's fee. 

OxFOBD. Writ to the sheriff, 2 April, 42 Hen. IH. Inq. (undated Jragmcnt.) 

, 43Z. land held of the king in chief by service of 

(i ?) . . . knight, and 16Ja. of assart by . . . yearly .... in 
Staunton, and he ought to carry a meadow of the king's in Wodestok, and 
to throw down * oram ' (?) and brushwood in the park at Wodestok . . . 

Staffobd. Inq. (undated.) 

Elinhale manor, held of the bishop of Lichfield and Coventry for 
i knight's fee. 

Rontton township, held of the baron of Stafford for 1 knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 21. (6.) 

412. John de Sangto Amando. 

Writ to the sheriff of Suffolk, 30 Oct. 42 Hen. Ill, endorsed with a return. Inq. 

(undated.) 

Lady Lucy, his sister, wife of Sir John de Lymare, age variously stated 
as SO and more, and 40 and more, is his heir. 

Suffolk. Ixningh, land (unspecified) held of Emery de Sancto Amando by 
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Kent. WrU to the sheriff, 80 Oct. 42 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Derente town, a messuage and 188a. arable and 39«. lid. rent, held of 

the prior of Rochester (Roja) by 38s. l^d. yearly, and 8». to Robert de 

Cleyndon and 12d. to Thomas de Cleyndon. 

Derteford, 2 Ja. meadow held of the earl of Albemarle by 2|d. yearly ; 

5Ja. of the Hospitallers by 10|d. yearly ; 5a. of Stephen Costentyn by 18rf. 

yearly; and 89«. lOd. yearly of which he owed lis. 2J<i. to the earl of 

Albemarle yearly. 

Stanes town, 2a. meadow from which he owed 6d. yearly to Simon de 

la P^tte. 

C. Hen. III. File 21. (7.) 

413. Eustace db La Val alias db Laval. 

Writ, 16 March, 42 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Henry de Laval, his brother, aged 60 and more, is his heir. 

Northumberland. Calverdon, Discington and Seton manors, held of the king 
by service of 2 knights. 

Halywell manor, held of Sir John de Balliol in free marriage without 
service. 

Hertelawe, a moiety of the town held of Adam de Jesemuth by service of 
I knight's fee. 

Echewic town, held of Hugh de Bolebec by service of i knight's fee, but 
he had nothing there in demesne. And he was bound to the nuns of New- 
castle-upon-Tyne by his charter in Qs. rent for ever, and to John de Laval in 
7 marks rent for lUe. 

C. Hen. III. File 21. (8.) 

414. Beatrice la Coroner late the wife of William lb Curunbb. 

Writ (missing). Inq. Thursday after SS. Tiburcius and Valerian, 42 Hen, IH. 

Northumberland. She holds 155a. land (unspecified) of the king in chief by 
service of being coroner between the Tuede and Koket, of which 9a. are given 
for ever tathe hospital of Baunbug' to celebrate mass for the souls of the 
king and of William son of Odo father of the said Beatrice. 
Her marriage pertains to the king, and is worth lOOs. only, because she is 
much burdened with debts and the cost of her boys, and is beyond the age of 
child bearing, and great poverty threatens there. 

Annexed are letters patent, dated 7 May, 42 Hen. Ill, granting the said marriage 
to Ralph de Fisseburne. 

C. Hen. III. File 21. (9.) 

415. William de Birton. 

Writ de melius inquirendo, 18 March. Inq. Friday after the Close of Easter, 
42 Hen. HI. 
Bichard, his son, aged 16 and more, is his heir. 

[Nottingham.] Loudam manor, 6 bovates land, with 4 bovates in Birton town 
pertaining to the said manor, excepting 2 bovates which an ancestor gave in 
free marriage with his sister, and which render nothing except foreign 
servicse, leaving 8 bovates whereof his mother holds 2 bovates in dower, and 
for the 10 bovates he used to pay to the king Is. yearly, and did foreign 
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Birton town, 7 bovates land held of Richard de Grey in free service by 
lOs. yearly, and lOd. foreign service for each bovate when 40«. pertains to 
the shield (sc^ito) ; and 7 bovates held of Sir Adam de Everingham in free 
service by 10«. yearly ; and he held 40a. land in demesne, 8a. meadow, and 
a capital messuage of the said Eichard and Adam. 

Eadeklive town, 12 bovates land held of William le Marischal by 18«. 
yearly and foreign service pertaining to J knight's fee. 
His mother has a third of all the above in dower except in Eadeklive where 
she has a full moiety, as well in the name of dower as of warranty. 

C. Hen. III. File 21. (10.) 

416. William Hbyrun alias Hebun. 

Wnt, 20 Jan. Inq. The morrow of the Purification, 42 Hen. HI. 

William, his son, aged 18 on the feast of St. Martin last, is his heir. 

NoRTHUiiBBRLAND. Hadestou manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 
service of 1 knight. 

Herun, 40a. and a mill held of Sir Eoger Bertram of Mitford, service 
unspecified. 

Espeley, 17a. with a toft, a croft and a mill, similarly held. 

Holme wood, similarly held. 

Fynrother, 11a. and about 1 carucate of waste called Wellefordside, held 
of Sir Eoger Bertram of Bothal, service unspecified. 

Aketon town, held of the said William by Nicholas de Aketon for 1 
mark. 

Bokenfeud, i carucate land and 1 cottage held of Sir Eoger Maudut, 
service unspecified. 

Thrastereston, 2a. meadow held of Adam Maufetur, service unspecified. 

Swyneburn manor, held of the said William by John de Swyneboume 
for J knight's fee. 

Espeley town, held by William de Espeley for lib. pepper. 

C. Hen. HI. FUe 21. (11.) 

417. Patrick de Chaworoes alias de Ghaors, de Cha^uurces, de Chawrces, 

DE Chawerches, de Schawrces, de Chawurch, de Chawurces. 

Writ to the sheriflf of Gloucester, 23 Sept. 42 Hen. III. 

Poin alias Payn, his son, age variously stated as 13^ and 14, is his heir. 

Gloucester. Inq. Friday after St. Michael, 42 Hen. III. 

Kinemerford manor (extent given with names of tenants), including the 
fishery of Culna, 12} knights' fees held of the king in chief. 

Gloucester. Extent, Monday after All Saints. 

Kenemerford manor (full extent given with names of tenants). The 
following knights' fees are held of the manor. 

Wilts. Eadene, 1 knight's fee held by William de Eadene. 

Cheldrinton, J fee held by the heirs of John de Aure. 
Herdenehywys and latton, 1 fee held by Simon de Scheverel. 
Eston, 1 fee held by Henry Scheynel. 

Oxford. Burthon, 1 fee held by Eobert Maudut. 

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[Wilts.] Extent {undated), Standene manor, J knight's fee (extent given) 
pertaining to the barony of Kinemersford held of the king in chief; and 
128. 6d. rent, 3a. 4d. herbage, 3«. 4d. meadow, 50a. land, a mill, &c., held of 
Sir William de Sancto Martino of the fee of Ghisingeburi alias ChisBeburi. 

Wilts. Writ, 23 Sept. 42 Hen. III. Extent {undated and defaced). 
Lavinton town (extent given). 
Berewyk town (extent given). 

Wilts. Extent, Friday after St. Leonard. 

Stepellavinthon town (full extent given with names of tenants), including 
a pasture called la Halvehyde. 

Wilts. Extent, Sunday the eve of St. Martin. 

Berewik manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including 
pastures called Kyggesmers and la Sterte. 60«. rent are held by exchange 
for life by Mabel de Cantelo alias de Cantilupe, and ought, with the 
advowson of the church, to revert to the manor after her death. 

Wilts. Extent, Tuesday the morrow of St. Martin. 

Standene, J knight's fee, now in demesne, and J knight's fee in Hokhull 
held of William de Sancto Martino (full extent given), including pastures 
called HochuUe and Isakesmers and a marsh called HochuUemers ; together 
with the advowson of the chapel of the manor, to which pertains a moiety 
of the tithes of the manor, 20a. land in demesne, la. sown with corn at the 
choice of the parson, and la. of oats, and for the chantry of which the lord 
owes 2s. yearly to the prior of Hokburne. Joan late the wife of Hugh de Sancto 
Martino holds i of the above in dower, and Margery late the wife of Peter son 
of Hugh de Sancto Martino i of t of the above. 

Chigelawee, i fee held of the manor of Standene by Hugh de Penedok. 

Southampton. Writ to the sheriflf, 23 Sept. 42 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Sumburne manor with the free hundred of Sumburne held of the king 

in chief by service of two knights. 

Weston town, held of the king in chief by service that the free men of 

Weston township and 4 men and the reeve of the town should do suit at 

{sequntur) the free hundred (court) of Odiham. 

Hosebrigg, 9a. land held of Denise de Sumburne by service of 4«. 

Southampton. Extent, Thursday after St. Martin. 

Sumburne manor and hundred (full extent given), including a fishery 
called * la pecherie del Park,' a wood called Parnholt, a close, pastures, &c. 
called Honwode, Nortpark, la Rugge, Seindon, Kingeslond, Kingesham, 
Dreyhememers, Strathememers and Attenho, and tenements and a market 
in Stokbregg. 

Southampton. Extent, Sunday after St. Martin. 

Weston manor (full extent given) including brushwood {brusca) called La 
Haydone, a wood called Hasmeresgrove, and a pasture called Thordune. 

Southampton. Writ to the steward of the king's forest this side the Trent, 
30 Oct. 42 Hen. III. With return that the wood of La Haydon contains 
20a., and that of Haselmangrave contains 50a. 

Extent or summary of the above lands in cos. Gloucester, Wilts and Southampton. 
Endorsed with a memorandum, that Sumburne manor, excepting 10/. land, is 
assigned to the lady in dower, also Lavynton, Berwik and Standene, and 10 
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holds to farm, from which she shall render 18«. 4Jd. to the king ; besides 
knights' fees and the advowsons of Berwik church and Staunden chapel, 
which are not partitioned. 

C. Hen. III. File 21. (12.) 

418. Edmund db Lasoy alioi de Lacy. 

Writ (missing). 

Henry, his son, age variously stated as 8^ and 1 month at the feast of 
St. Mary Magdalen, 8 at Christmas, and 8^ and 1 month and 6 days at the 
feast of St. James the Apostle, 42 Hen. HI, and 8^ and 5 weeks and 6 days 
'anno Domini 1257,' is his heir. 

[York.] Bouland. Extent (undated). 

Slayteburne town (full extent given with names of tenants), including 
the whole of Hamerton held by Stephen de Hamerton, 40a. in Old Wihekul 
held by Adam Biry, and a mill which pertains to the farms of Clyderh'. 

Grinlington, 24 bovates land, each paying 16^., and doing 8 cart- 
services (cariagia) to Pontefract yearly, and other services. 

Brafford (full extent given with names of tenants). 

Bouland forest, 7 cow pastures. 
All the above lands are held by knights' service. 

[YoBK.] Extent y Sunday after St. James the Apostle, 42 Hen. Ill (defaced). 

Pontefract borough (extent given), including rents of tofts, booths, 
stalls, a fair, tolls, markets, &c. with the toll of Knottynglay, the farm 
[called] Englesher' of the honour of Pontefract, and the farm of Helmishal. 

Tanesolf, 220a. land in demesne (extent given) ; and there were 26a. of 
demesne which the lord gave to the .borough of Pontefract, in exchange for 
a piece of land which he gave to the Friars Preachers. 

Castelford, 56a. meadow, and a pasture called .... and Thilloles. 

Carleton alias Karleton and Herdewyk, 24 bovates land &c. (extent 
given) ; all held of the king in chief, service unknown. 

Kasterford and Cnottingley, mills with fisheries. 

Snayt, two parts of the soke (full extent given with names of tenants), 
held (of the king) by service of 1 knight. 

[York.] Extent, Sunday after St. James the Apostle, 42 Hen. III. 

Ledes manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including 
Lyntwait, and 1 bovate at Wudehus, held of the king in chief by service of 
barony. 

Rowelle manor (full extent given with names of tenants), held of the 
king in chief by service of barony. 

Holton manor (extent given with names of tenants). 

Lofthus, rents (extent given with names of tenants). 

Carleton, rents (extent given with names of tenants). 

Wridlesford, land and rents (extent given with names of tenants). 

Berewyk manor (extent given with names of tenants), including the 
herbage of Blakefen, held of the king in chief by service of barony. 

Barnebu, rents (extent given with names of tenants). 

Scales, 80a. arable and 9s. lOd. rent. 

Morwyk, 4 bovates land. 

Roda, with meadow worth 20s. 

Kypexk manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including the 
pond of Preston, and ploughing at Ledeston, held of the king in chief by 
barony. 

Allerton By water manor (full extent given with names of tenants), 
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[Lancaster.] Blakeburnbshirb, Extent, Saturday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 
42 Hen. Ill (defaced). 

Bronley, 13 bovates land, rents &c. (full extent given with names of 
tenants), including 6 bovates in Merclisden and the mills of Hucnhul. 

Padiham, 24 bovates land, rents &c. (extent given). 

Riston, 16 bovates land, rents &c. (extent given with names of tenants). 

Chatteburn, 9 bovates land, rents &c. (extent given). 

Pennul forest, 5 cow pastures. 

Withiston, 2 carucates land, rents &c. (extent given with names of 
tenants). 

Clyvichir, 18«. rent. 

Briddistuysil, 4«. rent. 

Simondiston, 12s. 9Jrf. from 4 parts of the town, the fifth part being 
held by John de Chelewel by 1 pair of spurs or 2rf. 

Eeind, 12«. 

Oswaldtuysil, 10s. 

Livysay, 29s. 

Samlisbyri, 12s. 

Osbaldiston, 6s 

Ribbilcestre, 2s. and 1 pair of gloves or 4d. 

Dutton, 5s. 

Clayton, 3s. 6d. (?) 

Salebiry, 5s. 

Dunkedeley, 6s. 

Hennethym, 6s. 

Bernesete, 4s. 8d. 

Chipin, lis. 

Queteley, 5s. Sd. 

Thorndeley, 2s. 6rf. 

Wlipschire, 4s. 

Wrthisthorm, 22irf. 

Tuysilton, 20s. 

3s. 6rf. from Simon de Bradworthe and 2s. from Adam de Huluysbothis. 

Chirche, 6d. 

Chipindale ? forest, a cow pasture. 

Clyderhow town (extent given with names of tenants), including Grillig- 
ton mill, and suit at the mill of Chatteburn town. 

All the above held of the king in chief by knight's service. 

C. Hen. III. File 21. (18.) 



419. William de Felminobham. 

Wnt to the sheriff of Norfolk, 24 Sept. 42 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
William, his son, aged 22 and more, is his heir. 

Norfolk. Felmingham and Bechham, 1 carucate land held of the king in chief 
without service except homage. 

Felmingham town, 2a. land held of earl K. le Bigot by service of 
Id. ; and 1 rood meadow and 18rf. rent of Roger de Thurkeby. 

Bechham, 5a. land held of the earl marshal by service of 5d. 

Skegetun, 3a. moor held of Eicherus de Witell' by service of 14d^. 

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420. Balph le Normakd alias le Nobmant. 

Writ to the sheriff of Devon, IS April. Inq. The day of St. Mark, 43 Hen. III. 
Reginald le Norman t, aged 28, is his heir. 

Devon. Buketon, 2 carucates land held of the king in chief for the keeping of 
Exeter gaol. 

C. Hen. III. File 21. (15.) 

421. Ralph de Normanvill. 

Writ to the sheriff of Rutland, 20 May. Inq. Tuesday after St. Barnabas, 
48 Hen. III. 
Thomas, his son, aged almost 2^, is his heir. 

Rutland. Empingeham manor (extent given witH names of tenants), held of 
Sir Roger de Munbray for 2 knights' fees ; and Thomas de Normanvill held 
1 fee for 1 sparrowhawk or 2«. 

C. Hen. III. File 21. (16.) 

422. Godfrey de Aunoh alias de Auno, Dauno. 

Writ to the sheriff of Somerset, 23 Nov. 48 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Alexander Dauno, aged 80 and more, is his heir. 

Somerset. Cumpton Dauno town, 2 carucates, and 2 carucates in Ayston town, 
held of the king, together with lands in co. Wilts, by service of 1 knight. 

Wilts. Rusteshal town, 2 carucates land held of the king in chief, with all his 
land in co. Somerset, by service of 1 knight. 

C. Hen. III. File 21. (17.) 

423. John de Jarpenvile. 

Writ to the sheriff of Essex, 24 June, 48 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
Roger de Jarpenill, aged 24, is his heir. 

Essex. 2 carucates land (unspecified) held of the king in chief by service of 20«. 
yearly to the guard of Dover Castle. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 21. (18.) 

424. Geoffrey de Dynan alias de Dynham. 

Writ, 26 Dec. 43 Hen. IH. Inq. Tuesday after Epiphany. 
Oliver, his son, aged 24, is his heir. 

Devon. Hertilaunde manor, held of the king in chief by service of 2 parts of 1 
knight. 

C.Hen.III.Fik21. (19.) 

425. LuEE DE Eaynes alias de Eaynnes. 

Writ, 4 Oct. Inq. Sunday after St. Denis, 43 Hen. III. 
John, his son, aged 26 and more, is his heir. 

BucsiNaHAM. Middelton manor, 2 parts of 1 knight's fee held of the king in chief. 
Walton, 9a. held of William de Redeot by Jd. rent and foreign service. 

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426. Banulph de Febton. 

Writ, 2 Sept. Inq. Thursday after the Nativity of St. Mary, 48 Hen. Ill 
(defective). 
William, his brother, aged 22 and more, is his heir. 

Stafford. Perton town, held of the king in chief by doing service for 8 days in 
Wales with horse and arms at his own cost, and after that at the king's cost 
if required ; and he paid 5$, yearly to the king for land alienated. . . liana 
de Glaseleye, sometime the wife of John his father, has her third part of the 
above in dower, and Margaret (late the) wife of the said (Banulph) is seeking 
her dower. 

C. Hen. III. File 22. (1.) 

427. William de Eellet. 

Writ (missing). Inq. Wednesday before Palm Sunday, 43 Hen. Ill (defective). 
William, his son, (is his heir and) of full age. 

[Lancaster.] Kellet (?), 25 . . of land held of the king in chief by service of 
40d. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 22. (2.) 

428. BeGINALD de BERNrVAL. 

Writ to the sheriff of Wilts, 26 July, 43 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Wolfram, his son, aged 16, is his heir. 

Wilts. Budeston, the service of 7 hides land held of the king in chief. 

Segre town, 2 virgates land held of Simon de Segre, whereof he enfeoffed 
William de Cleremund, rendering 6d. yearly or 1 pair of gilt spurs. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 22, (8.) 

429. Godfrey de Galous and Sibyl his wife. 

Writ, 21 Oct. 43 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Hugh, son of the said Godfrey, is his heir and of full age. 

[Lincoln.] Clisseby, 32«. 6rf. rent held by the said Godfrey and Sibyl by 
service of falconry. 

C. Hen. III. File 22. (4.) 

430. Simon de Trop alias de Throp. 

Writ, 29 Dec. 43 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Balph, his son, aged 80 and more, is his heir. 

Northampton. Harepol, 4 virgates land, and in Bavenestorp and Cotes, 7 virgates 
held of the king in chief by service of J knight's fee. 

Throp and Weleton, 2 carucates land, with a tenement in Esseby and 
Buckeby, held of others by service of 1 knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 22. (5.) 

431. Margery de Blumenhull. 

Writ, 10 May, 43 Hen. III. Inq. Friday in Whitsun week. 

Phelipe the wife of Geofifrey de Bromle, aged 30, is heir of 3 parts, and John 
son of William de Ipeston, aged 26, is heir of the fourth part. 

Stafford. Ascheleye, ^ part held of the king in chief by service of \ mark when 
Bcutage happens only, and she paid Is. yearly to Sir Fulk son of Warin. 

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432. Adam son of John alias Adam de Overton. 

Wnt, 11 Oct. 43 Hen. HI. Inq. Tuesday before St. Vincent, 44 Hen. HI- 
John, his son, is his heir, and of full age. 

Lancaster. Overton town, 1 bovate land held of the king in chief by service of 
3«. 4d, yearly. 

a Hen. III. File 22. (7.) 

433. Simon de Solar'. 

Writ (missing). Inq. Tuesday the morrow of the Nativity of St. Mary, 43 Hen. III. 
Thomas de Solar' is his heir, and of full age. 

Hereford. Tadinton and Bulinghope, 2 carucates land held of the king in chief, 
service unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. File 22. (8.) 

434. BoGER Corbet. 

Writ, 7 May, 43 Hen. III. Extent, Thursday before Ascension Day. 

His heir is named Thomas, and aged 11 on the eve of the Exaltation of the 
Gross next. 

Stafford. Bromle manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by 4Z. yearly, 
and tallage when the king's demesnes are taxed. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 22. (9.) 

435. William de Dene. 

Writs, 11 Sept. Inq. Saturday before St. Matthew the Apostle, 48 Hen. III. 
Henry, his son, is his heir, and of full age. 

Gloucester. Great Dene, 2 carucates land and 6 marks rent were held by the 
said William, rendering to the king 10^. yearly, and as long as he had his 
bailiwick in the forest of Dene he had a horseman and 2 footmen at his own 
cost to guard the bailiwick, and he should go at the king's cost wherever 
the king goes in the army. His goods and chattels are in the hands of his 
executors, one of whom is Isabel (late) his wife. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 22. (10.) 

436. BiGHARD (sic) DE Hatres otios Ealph de Hayraz. 

Writ to the keeper of Clarendon forest, 3 Sept. 43 Hen. III. Inq. Wednesday 
after St. Michael, 44 Hen. III. 
His daughter, aged 1, is the said Balph's heir. 

[Wilts.] Clarendon forest, 40a. land, 3a. meadow, and 6s. rent, held by service 
of 2s. 9d. yearly to the king ; 3a. held of the fee of William de Putton, 
rendering 15d. yearly ; 2a. of the fee of Peter Geneueu by service of Id. ; 
and la. meadow of the fee of Robert Turstayn by service of Id. 

New Sarum town, 6s. rent held of the fee of the bishop of Sarum. (See 
No. 374.) 

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437. AVICE DB COLUMBARIIS. 

Wnty 28 Sept. 43 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Matthew de Golumbariis, aged 40 and more, is her heir. 

Southampton. La Wodehuse juxta Andevere, 1 virgate land pertaining to the 
forestry of Finkele, and the bailiwicks of Finkele and Digerle in the forestry, 
together with the bailiwick of Chet, co. Wilts, held of the king in chief by 
service of 10«. to the king's exchequer at Westminster. 

(Unspecified), one knight's fee held of the king in chief by service of one 
knight for 40 days when the king and other magnates shall be in the army. 

Writ, 28 Sept. Inq. Thursday after St. Michael, 43 Hen. III. 

Wilts. Chut forest and a moiety of the forestry of the bailiwick of Huppinges- 
cumbe towards the south, which pertains to the bailiwick of Chut, held of 
the king in chief, together with the bailiwicks in co. Hants, rendering lOs. 
yearly to the king's exchequer. 

Chut manor, held of the abbot of Hyde, rendering yearly 60». 

C\ Hen. III. File 22. (12.) 

438. Robert lb Vbnur. 

Wnt, 22 July. Inq. The morrow of the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 
43 Hen. III. 
His two daughters (unspecified), aged 5 and 3, are his heirs. 

[Leicester.] Kereby town, 2 virgates and J bovate land, held in demesne of 
the king in chief by foreign service, viz. — going for 40 days at his own 
charges if the king shall go to Wales, and afterwards at the king's charges ; 
1 virgate held of the said Robert by Roger son of William for Irf. rent ; 
1 toft held by Robert Venator for 2d. ; and 1 toft held by Gervase le Messer 
for 2«. yearly. 

Hauthyrne, 5 virgates held by the said Robert Venator, of which his 
villeins hold 3 and render 27«. and 3 hens, and free tenants hold 2, of which 
IJ virgate renders 12«. to Roger son of Matthew Venator for hunting, and 
Robert le Venur renders an arrow for 1 bovate to the said Robert deceased ; 
those 5 virgates are of the fee of the earl of Winchester and in his 
seisin 

C. Hm. III. File 22. (IS.) 

439. WiLLLiM DB Stdtevill ulias DE Stotbville, de Stotewill. 

Writ to the sheriff of Worcester, 20 May, 43 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Sir Hugh de Mortuo Mari, aged 40, son of Margery sometime the wife of the 
said William, is her heir. 

Worcester. Wychebaud manor, held of the king, of the inheritance of Margery 
sometime his wife, by the courtesy of England, service unspecified. 
Coderugge manor, similarly held. 

Huweleston township, held of the bishop of Worcester, service 
unspecified. 

Writ to the sheriff of Salop, 20 May, 43 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 

Salop. Bureford manor, held (of the king ?) of the inheritance of Marjory some- 
time his wife, by the courtesy of England, service unspecified. 
Wulfreton manor with the free Hay, similarly held. 
Stepelton manor with Wylileg* Welshry, similarly held. 

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440. William Gernon alias Gebnun. 

Writ of mandamus to the sheriff of Essex to make the extent ordered by another 
writ without delay, 10 Dec. 43 Hen. III. Endorsed with return that no other 
mandate had come to him. Extent (undated and defaced). 
Balph, his son, aged 20? and more, is his heir. 

Essex. Estorp and Briche, 8 knights' fees held of the king in chief, by service 
of 8 knights. 

(Lex) dene hundred, (held of the king) by a fee farm of 4 marks yearly. 
Wyremundeford, 1 knight's fee held of Sir Imbert le Pugys and Joan 
his wife. 

Teydone, i knight's fee held of Lady Denise de Montek' ; and part of 
2 knights' fees, the residue being in many counties, held of Baldwin de 
Insula. 

G. Hen. III. File 22. (15.) 

441. Ingram {Hygeramus^ Ingeramus) de Mere'. 

Writ to the sheriff of Essex, 4 March, 48 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
Robert, his son, aged 21^, is his heir. 

Essex. Dommawe, 500a. arable, 8a. meadow, 12a. pasture, 20a. wood, 576 
works, lbs. 8^d. rent, capons, ploughshares, and 4a. garden, held of the 
king in chief of the honour of Boulogne, by service of 2 knights' fees, 
together with ^ carucate land at Bunewell, which Matthew de Matebi held 
of him, and ^ carucate at Bumstede ad Turrim, which Gilbert de Baylol 
held of him. 

C. Hen. HI. File 22. (16.) 

442. Lady Frethesancia alias Frenbesancia de Bcoteny. 

Writ, 1 Sept. 43 Hen. III. Inq. {undented.) 

William, son of Hugh de Wyleby, of full age, is her heir. 

[Lincoln.] Gumberworth town, 1^ knights' fee and i of ^ knight's fee held of 
the king in chief. 

Torp manor, held of Sir Hugh Bygot by service of \ knight's fee. 
Foletteby, i knight's fee held of Sir Richard de Arynton. 

C. Hen. HI. File 22. (17.) 

443. Ralph de Gaheys alias de Kameys, de Eamoys, the elder. 

Writ to the sheriff of Surrey, 6 June, 43 Hen. III. Inq. Monday after the Holy 

Trinity. 

Sir Ralph de Cameys the younger, knt., his son, age variously stated as 40, 
40 and more, and over 45, is lus heir. 

Surrey. Wodeton manor, held of the earl of Gloucester by service of 1 knight. 

Writ to the sheriff of Huntington, 6 June, 48 Hen. UI. Inq. (undated.) 

Huntingdon. Great Stiuekele, ^ knight's fee held of Sir John de Bayloyl and 
Derevagoyld his wife by service of J knight. 

Writ to the sheriff of Essex, 6 June, 48 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Gloucester. (Unspecified), two knights' fees held of the- earl of Gloucester by 
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Writ to the sheriff of Cambridge, 6 June, 43 Hen. III. Inq. 17 June. 

Cambridge. Ditton manor, held of Thomas de Clmton and Lady Maud de 
Stivechale, rendering lOOs. to each. 

Burewell, held of the earl of Oxford for one knight's fee. 

Writ to the sheriff of Southampton, 6 June, 43 Hen. III. Inq. (undated-) 

Southampton. Tistede, 1 J knights' fee held of the (bishop) elect of Winchester. 
Hameledon, i knight's fee held of Robert de Sancto Johanne by knight's 
service. 

Writ to the sheriff of Norfolk, 6 June, [4] 3 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Norfolk. Flokesthorp alias Floxthorp manor (extent given), with the advowson 
of the church, held of the king in chief by service of J knight's fee, 
whenever general scutage happens in England, and he rendered 5«. yearly 
from the mill to the prior of Wymundeham. 

C. Hen. III. FU€ 22. (18.) 

444. Balph Martel. 

Writ to the sheriff of Essex, 5 May, 43 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
John, his first born son, aged 30, is his heir. 

Essex. Bewehale town, 130a. arable, 2a. meadow, 4^. pasture, and 14«. lOd. 
rent, held of the king in chief by service of J serjeant. 

Hardleye town, 101. land held of the earl of Hertford by service of one 
knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 22. (19.) 

445. William de Uppiton aliaa de Uppinton. 

Writ to the sheriff of Salop, 11 May. Inq. Friday aftetSt. Barnabas, 43 Hen. IH. 
Richard, his son, aged 22 on the day of St. Barnabas, 43 Hen. Ill, is his 
heir. 

Salop. Uppinton and Hadinton towns, 4 virgates land held of the king in chief 
for two parts of J of a sore sparrowhawk. 

Drayton subtus Lyme and Gherleton towns, 2 virgates land held of the 
abbot of Salop for 8«. yearly. 

Cherleton town, 1 virgate land held of the church of St. Mary, Salop, 
by 12d. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 22. (20.) 

446. Philip de Bagbsouer aliw de Baogesore. 

Writ, 2 Dec. 48 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Philip, his son, aged 11, is his heir. 

Salop. Bardele, 4^ virgates land held of the king in chief by service of 6^. yearly. 
Bagesore town, held of the prior of Wenlok in chief by service of 20«. 
yearly ; and 2 virgates land and Ba. wood held of Henry de Harecm*t by J 
mark yearly. 

Aclinton town, held of Sir Henry de Hastinges in chief by service of 
60«. yearly. 

Cleybiri North, a moiety of the town held of Sir Robert de Halgweton 
by 23«. 4d. yearly. 

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447. Andrew lb Blukd. 

Writ to the escheator to send in the Inquisition lately ordered to be made, 
23 July, 43 Hen. IH. Extent {undated). 

Essex. Ginge Laundr' town (extent given). 

Ginge Joy herd town (extent given), with a moiety of the advowson of 
the church. 

Bromelegh, a dovecot. 

C. Hen. III. File 23. (2.) 

448. Ralph de Bradbleyb. 

Writ, 12 July, 43 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
GeofiErey, his son, aged 28, is his heir. 

Lincoln. Bradele and Laysebi, a messuage and 10 bovates land, 39«. &d. rent of 
assize, and 41a. Qd. rent of assize of villeins, held of the king in chief by 
service of 38«. 8d. yearly. 

Humberistain town, 2 bovates land held of the countess of Lincoln by 
service of suit at her court of Gretham. 

Leysebi, 3 bovates land held of Geoffrey de Nevill, paying 9«. 8d. yearly ; 
and 1 bovate land of Geoffrey de Roxethon by service of Irf. 

Grimmesbi, 2 messuages held of the abbot of Grimmesbi, paying 2«. 6d. 
yearly ; and a moiety of a water mill held of the fee of the earl of Albemarle 
without service, because it was in exchange of lands. 

Hoi town, 1 toft held of the bishop of Lincoln, and IJa. meadow of the 
fee of the earl of Albemarle, services unspecified. 

Belesbi town, 4 bovates land held of the fee of Bartholomew de Capella, 
service unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. File 23. (8.) 

449. Agnes de Sangto Mauro. 

Writ to the sheriff of WUts, 11 Nov. 43 Hen. HI. 

Henry, son of Geoffrey de Sancto Mauro and the said Agnes, aged 30, is her 
heir. 

WttTS. Inq. St. Katherine's day (43 Hen. III). 

Marleberg town alias borough, 51a. 8(2. rent held (of the king?) in chief. 

Wilts. Inq. The eve of St. Katherine, 43 Hen. III. 

King's Berton, J hide land from whence she paid 8«. yearly rent to the 
castle, which tenement Nicholas de Hampton holds to farm. 

Manton town, one hide land of Wallingford honour, from whence she 
paid 16a. yearly rent to the Templars, and the said Nicholas holds that land 
to farm. 

Wilts. Inq. {undated.) 

Ghuppeham manor, 2 virgates land and 2 mills, held of the king in 
chief, rendering 52a. yearly ; and 42. 18a. rent, held by as much rent to the 
king. 

Langele town, a little plot {hamelV) of meadow held of John Burel by 6d. 
yearly. 

Chupp(eham) manor, a little plot of meadow held of Thomas Bubbe by 
id. rent, and Ja. meadow of John de la Barre by 2d. rent. 

La Boxe manor, 2 virgates land held of Samson de la Boxe by 15a. rent, 
and a mill held of the prior of Fernlegr by 10a. rent. 

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460. Gilbert son of Simon Glutun. 

Writ {missing). Inq. Friday before St. Michael, 43 Hen. III. 

Nottingham. The said Gilbert 4 years before his death enfeoflfed William son of 
Robert de Bulcote of all the lands and tenements which were of Simon his 
father and William his brother, as well within the town of Nottingham as 
without ; and the said William was in full seisin thereof before and after the 
death of the said Gilbert until the sheriff of Nottingham ejected him by 
an inquisition made by the king's command. The said Gilbert had a son 
Gilbert, who was hung for felony at Nottingham ten years before the said 
William was enfeoffed of the said tenements, &c. ; and the said Gilbert 
enfeoffed certain others of lands and tenements of the said Simon and 
William before he enfeoffed the said William, of which the said William 
recovered seisin by the king's command, because they were of the king's 
serjeanty. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 23. (5.) 

451. BoGER Gernet. 

Wnt, 20 Oct. 48 Hen. III. hiq. The eve of St. Martin, 44 Hen. III. 
John, his son, aged 12 at Easter next, is his heir. 

Lancaster. A pasture called Litteldale, held of the king in chief by service 
of 6s. 8d. 

Katon town, six bovates land held in chief of Roger de Heshaym by 
service of 7s. 6d., with a third part of a watermill and of a fulling mill. 

Burgh town, 1 carucate land held of Matthew de Burgo, with ^ of the 
mill, and J carucate land in Lee town, by knight's service. 

Lee town, 1 carucate land held in chief of Sir Boger Gernet of Halton 
by knight's service. {See No. 469.) 

C. Hen. HI. FUe 23. (6.) 

452. BiCHARD DE Percy and William de Percy. 

Wnt {missing). 

Yore. Extent {nndated). 

Tadecastre manor (extent given) ; the mills and fisheries which pertain 
to the king, save 62^. %d. which the prior of Park, Bobert de Brus and Thomas 
le Lardiner receive yearly, and of which the late wife of William de Percy 
ought to acquit a third part, (are worth) 112. 10s. 

York. Extent {undated hut endorsed 43 Hen. {Ill) ). 

Spoford manor (extent given), including a pasture called Wetecroft and 
Tidouerker; and the parson's men owe to the king 3a. M. for 4 carucates 
and 26 swathes {faucUiis) yearly. 

Linton manor (extent given). 

York. Inq. {undated.) 

Toppeclive manor (extent given), including Aystanby. 
Garleton (extent given with names of tenants). 

Grisethwayth, 2 bovates land held by Bobert the forester, rendering 6s. 
yearly. 

Wilton manor, held by John de Bulemer, rendering 101. yearly. 
Marton Grange, held by the abbot of Fountains, rendering 88. yearly. 
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Spoford manor and advowson (extent given with names of tenants), 
including : — 

Kereby mapor, held by Thomas de Arches by 6s. yearly. 
Linton manor (extent given with names of tenants). 
Langestrothe (extent given with names of free tenants), viz. : — 

Betel manor, held by Henry de Percy by 50«. yearly. 

Raheved, pasture held by Rayner de Scotthorp by 5«. 

Swinden, 4 bovates land held by William Pollard by 6d. 

[Halton ?] 2 bovates by Hugh de Halton in the same by id. 

Westby, held by Ada de Westby by 8«. 6d. 

Malgum, held by the abbot of Fountains by 68. 

Treskefeld, held by John de Hamerton by Us. 

Ilkelay, held by Peter de Percy by 21«. 4rf. 

Gersington, held by the heir of Nigel de Plumton by ... . 

YoBK. Inq. (undated but endorsed 43 Hen. III). 

Catton manor and advowson (extent given), including 7 mills on one 
pond in Derewent at Stamford Bridge (Pontem Belli). 

Nafferton manor (extent given), including cottars in Wandesford and 
Foston, members of Nafferton, and 12a. and Ir. land in Lekinfeud. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 28. (7.) 

453. William le Suvagb alias le Salvage, lb Sauvage, le Savage. 

Writ, 2 Oct. 43 Hen. HI. 

Thomas de Ednessouere, son of Thomas and Lucy de Ednesouere his sister, 
and Philippa, wife of Sir Hugh de Meinyl, his sister, both aged 80 and more, 
are his heirs. 

Derby. Inq. Tuesday after St. Luke, 48 Hen. HI. 

Octhorp, 8 virgates land held by the said William of the heir of William 
de Gresseleg, which 15 days before his death he gave to his two foster sons, 
who had full seisin of them in his lifetime. 

Derby. Inq. Tuesday the morrow of St. Edward the king, 43 Hen. IH. 

Tiscenton, held of the earl of Ferrars in chief by service of J knight. 
He held nothing in the county of the king in chief. 

Worcester. Writy 2 Oct. 43 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Estwode, 2 carucates land held of Sir Thomas de Arderne by service of 
I knight's fee. 

Stafford. Writ, 2 Oct. 43 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Hintes manor, held of the bishop of Coventry and Lichfield by service 
of \ knight's fee. 

Warwick. Writ, 2 Oct. 43 Hen. III. Inq. The morrow of AH Souls, 44 Hen. III. 
Neuton, held of the king in chief by service of J knight's fee. 
Pouelee (alias Powelee), held of William Burdet, clerk, by service of one 
sparrowhawk or 2«. yearly. 

Baddesleg, held of Sir William de Haroucurt by service of 1 knight's fee. 
Bathekinton, held of Sir Thomas de Arderne by service of J knight's fee. 
Wotton (alias Wutton) and HuUe, two parts held of John Peyvere by 
service of 1 knight's fee. 

Letter from Hugh le Bigod, justiciary of England to the king, with transcript of 
the above Inquisitions, excepting that for Octhorp. 

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454. John de Gatesdenb, the younger. 

Wnt to the sheriff of Bedford, 4 Feb. 43 Hen. III. 

He died on the feast of St. Catherine, 48 Hen. HI. Margaret, his daughter, 
aged 18 on St. Vincent's day (l&st), is his heir. 

[Herts.] Inq. The day of St. Edward the king, 48 Hen. HI {much defaced). 
Gatesden town (extent given). 

[Bedford.] Inq. Wednesday after the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 
48 Hen. IH. 

Stanbruge manor (extent given with names of tenants) ; and the said 
John was bound to pay to the house of Neuham 4Z. yearly of the king's alms, 
and 8{. to the king's exchequer for chief falconer's service, and there remains 
to the king 10«. 6^. excepting perquisites of courts. 

[Sussex.] Extent {undated). 

Tratinton manor (extent given), with the advowson. 

Demeford manor (extent given). 

Wakeford, 20a. bd. rent of assize. 

Elnestede manor (extent given), with the advowson. 

Dedeleng manor (extent given). 
Lady Glemence, late the wife of Bartholomew de Elnested, receives annually 
10/. in dower from Elnested manor, which is held of the bishop of Exeter by 
service of J knight's fee ; the manors of Tratinten with Dudeling and Demeford 
were held of Franco de Bouin by service of J knight's fee ; and from Dedeling 
manor ought to be paid 9>j. 4d. yearly to the heirs of Sir Gilbert Basevile. 
{Comp, Nos. 551 and 706.) 

C. Hen. III. File 23. (9.) 

455. Walter lb Wudeward. 

Wnt, 25 Oct. 43 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

He had no heir, and the land which he held of the king is the king's escheat. 

Southampton. (Unspecified) 5 Ja. held of the king in chief, service unspecified ; 
a curtilage held of William de Port ; and \a. held of William de la Punfaud. 

G. Hen. III. File 28. (10.) 

456. Beatrice de Glissebt? 

Writ to the escheator in co. Lincoln, 1 Sept. 48 Hen. III. Inq. {missing.) 

C. Hen. III. File 28. (11.) 

457. William de Sancta Ermina. 

Wnt of extent, 18 June, 44 Hen. III. Extent {undated). 

[Essex.] Havering apud Waldam manor, capital messuage, 200a. arable, 6a. 
meadow, 16a. pasture, 40«. rent, and customary works worth 6s. yearly ; and 
there is owing to the king 71. 6s. lOd. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 28. (12.) 

458. John de Yenuz. 

Writ, 12 June, 44 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
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Southampton. Werldham manor, 8 carucates land held of the king in chief by 
serjeanty and rendering to the king 81. Is. 4d. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. FOe 23. (18.) 

459. Thomas be Welles. 

Writj 2 July, 44 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Robert, his son, aged 21j^, is his heir. 

[Essex.] Little Reynes manor and advowson (extent given), held of the king 
in chief by service of one knight's fee, of the honour of Hageleye. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 23. (14.) 

460. William le Clebo alias le Glebe, of Gumbe. 

Writ to the sheriff of Oxford and to the bailiff of Wudestok, 10 July, 44 Hen. III. 
Inq. {undated.) 

OxFOBD. [Cumbe] , 1 virgate land held of the king rendering \0s. yearly, and 
doing customs worth 16Jd. yearly. The land is not the king's escheat 
because the said William died seised thereof, and Juliana late his wife holds 
it by reason of the wardship of Adam son of the said William and Juliana. 

OxFOBD. Writ of venire facias to the sheriff of Oxford, 4 Aug. 44 Hen. III. Inq. 
Wednesday the morrow of St. Matthew. 

Cumbe, 1 virgate land held of the king in chief by service of 6s. yearly, 
and doing customs at Wodestok worth 16d., and he owed 4rf. for marrying 
his daughter, or one lance, and tallage. The said William had a son John 
by one Juliana his wife, and after her death he had a son Adam by one 
Juliana whom he married ; but the said John was outlawed for killing a man 
during the lifetime of his father, who died seised of the lands on Friday 
before St. Ambrose in this year; the said John would be the heir but for the 
outlawry. The land is not the king's escheat, &c. (as above). 

C. Hen. III. File 2S. (15.) 

461. Mabgabet, countess of Kent. 

Writ, 25 Nov. Inq. Saturday the vigil of St. Andrew, 44 Hen. III. 
Sir John de Burgo alias de Burk, of full age, is her heir. 

SuBBEY. Benstede manor (extent given) held of Roger de Munbrey for 8 knights' 
fees. 

Bedfobd. Writ, 25 Nov. Inq. Thursday after St. Nicholas, 44 Hen. III. 

Aspele manor (extent given). Reginald de Sancto Walerico sold the 

manor to Hubert de Burgo, but the jury know not of whom it ought to be 

held, because they have never heard the charter of enfeoffment. 

Guy de Sancto Walerico, father of the said Reginald, impleaded Simon de 

Bellocampo of the whole barony of Bedeford, and for peace the said Simon 

gave to tiie said Guy and his heirs the manor of Aspele, which was of the 

said barony, and ever defended it from foreign service against William de 

Bellocampo. (See No. 873.) 

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462. William le Bus. 

Wnt to the sheriff of Norfolk, 8 March, 4i Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Alice, his daughter, age variously stated as 14 at Christmas, and at the feast 
of the Circumcision last, and 15, is his heir. 

Norfolk. Stinton manor, in Eneford hundred, held of William de Say by 
service of 1 knight's fee. 

Lincoln. Writ to the sheriff, 3 March, 44 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Luburgh manor held of William de Albiniaco by service of 3 knights' 
fees. 

WHt to the sheriff of Suffolk, 3 March, 44 Hen. III. 

Suffolk. Extent of lands in the hundreds of Bosemere and Cleydone and 
Carlisford (undated). 

Akeham, Hasketone and Cloptone manors held of Sir B. le Bygod, earl 
of Norfolk, of the honour of Lancaster, by service of 2 J knights' fees, 
and 20«. yearly to the guard of Lancaster. 

[Suffolk.] Extent of lands in the hundred of Hoxne (undated). 

Wytingham manor held of Eoger le Bygot, earl of Norfolk, of the 
honour of Lancaster, by service of 1 knight's fee. 

Stradebrok manor held of Bichard, king of Almain, of the honour of 
Eye, by fee farm rendering 40 marks yearly. 

Byrcholt, pertaining to Stradebroc manor, held of William de 
Huntingefeud by service of 2 marks yearly. (See Nos. 282 and 320.) 

C. Hen. III. File 2S. (17.) 

463. Oliver de Stanford. 

Mandate from the king's escheator citra Trentam to the escheator in co. Berks, 
with transcript of writ 23 Jan. Inq. Sunday the day of St. Peter in Cathedra, 
44 Hen. m. 
Isabel and Amice, his sisters, of full age, are his heirs. 

Berks. Stanford manor held of Sir Eoger de Someri by service of 1 knight's 

fee. 

Burhildebyry, a tenement held of the abbot of Bading by service of 

10«. yearly. 

The lady who was the wife of the said Oliver is dowered of the above manor 
and tenement. 

Writ to the sheriff of Berks, 16 March, 44 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) On the 
petition of the abbot of Bading. 

[Berks.] After the death of William de Stanford, father of the said Oliver, the 
said abbot seised the above land in Burwaldebuiy into his hands and held it 
to the full age of Peter his son, brother of the said Oliver ; and after the 
death of the said Peter the escheator intruded upon the said land and held 
it about a month, and took thence 28. tallage, and the abbot took the rent. 
The said Oliver held of the abbot in socage and not by knight's service ; 
and the abbot and his predecessors have held the manor of Burwaldebury in 
frank almoin of the king from the foundation of the house of Bading. 

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HENRY III. 129 

464. BoGER DE La More, 

Writ, 28 July, 44 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Eoger, his son, aged three parts of a year, is his heir. 

Salop. La More town (extent given), held (of the king) by service of keeping one 
constableship in war with the king in Wales, taking 12d. daily of the king. 

La (More ?), 2 parts of 1 virgate land held of Adam de Acton by service 
of Irf. 

Ritton, lis. rent of assize held of Sir John de Verdon without 
service 

C. Hen. III. File 28. (19.) 

465. Nicholas de Bykere alias de Bygrb. 

Writ, 16 Jan. 44 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

John de Bycre (his son), aged 30 and more, is his heir. 

Northumberland. Bycre, Selingfeld and Pampeden (extent given), two parts 
held of the king by serjeanty, viz. being chief serjeant of the king, as his 
predecessors were, in instituting and removing all Serjeants between Tyne 
and Koket, but a certain sheriff, Philip de Ulkotis, unjustly prohibited him 
from doing so ; he shall cause the beasts taJien for the king's debt in Northum- 
berland to be kept at Bycre, and if they shall die shall answer for their skins 
at the king's castle in Newcastle (in Norhu Castro), and if sold for the said 
debt it ought to be by his view; and he shall cause the king's writs to be 
carried to barons between Tyne and Koket. And because his predecessors 
enfeoffed certain persons of some small messuages, part of the serjeanty, he 
made fine with the king for 40«. yearly payable at the king's castle. He 
oft€n did the office of coroner between Tyne and Koket when the 
coroner could not come, presenting afterwards to the coroner, but this 
Boger de Turkilby at his last eyre forbade. The heir of Bycre was never 
in the wardship of anyone, except the sheriff of the king's castle ; and the said 
Nicholas was in the wardship of Bobert son of Eoger sometime sheriff of 
Northumberland, who sold his wardship to Reginald Basset of Uffirton. 

Writ to the justiciary of England, 1 March, 44 Hen. Ill, to cause seisin to be 
given to the said John, taking security for his reasonable relief. 

C. Hen. III. File 23. (20.) 

466. OsBERT DE Dagwrth alias de Daobwurth. 

Writ, 15 July, 44 Hen. HI. Inq. Tuesday the day of St. Margaret. 
John, his son, aged 9, is his heir. 

[Essex.] Duddingehurst town, S8a. arable, 2a. meadow, 14a. pasture, 6a. wood 
in the king's common forest, and 7s. lOd. quit-rent, held of the king of the 
honour of Eeleg', now in the king's hands through the escheat of Henry de 
Essex, in socage, by service Of 3 arrows feathered with eagle feathers and 
bound with gold thread. 

C. Hen. III. File 24. (1.) 

467. Walter de Sancto Johanne. 

Writ, 9 Aug. 44 Hen. III. 

Margery, his sister, aged SO, is his heir. 



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180 INQUISITIONS, 

Kent. Inq. (undated.) Nessindene manor (extent given), including 8rf. new 
rent in Wald', held of the king for J knight's fee ; and Sir Roger de Leybum 
used to receive 5 marks yearly from the said manor for 3 years. 

Essex. Inq. (undated.) 

Great Wakering town in Rocheford hundred, 1 carucate land held of 
the king in chief by service of J knight's fee ; which land he demised 
for a term not yet expired. 

C. Hen. III. File 24. (2.) 

468. John son of Bernard. 

Writ, 30 Oct. 44 Hen. III. 

Ralph, his son, age variously stated as 13, 14 and 15, is his heir. 

Essex. Extent (undated). 

Tundr* manor (extent given), held of the king of the honour of Reyleye 
for 1 knight's fee ; and 80a. land there held of Christiana de Plumbere by 
service of :^ knight's fee, a piece of heath of Robert de Watele by Id. yearly, 
and 10«. rent of Hugh de Nevile by service of 1 sore sparrowhawk. 

[Hertford.] Extent (undated). 

Bisseye, 120a. land and 16«. rent and customs, held of the earl of 
Hereford in chief by knight's service, viz., 2«. when scutage is set at 20«. 

Buckingham. Inq. The morrow of St. Leonard, 44 Hen. III. 

Estun and Ylmer manor, worth, for so much as he used to hold of the 
king, 16?. 88. 7^(1. 

Adinton manor, worth, for so much as the said John held, 71. 13«. 2d. 
yearly. All held by serjeanty. 

[Kent.] Inq. (undated.) 

Kingesdun manor (extent given), held of the king in chief, service 
unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 24. (3.) 

469. Roger de Gaton alias de Katon. 

W^it ofplenius certiorari, 28 July, 44 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

John, his son, aged 12 and more, is his heir, and now holds the land, and 
had seisin through the king's writ to the sheriff of Lancaster. 

Lancaster. A pasture called Litteldale, held of the king in chief by service of 
68. 8rf. yearly. 

Katon town, 6 bovates land held of Roger de Hesham by service of 
78. &d. yearly, and i of a watermill and fulling mill. 

Burg' and Leek towns, 12 bovates land with i of a watermill in Burg', 
held of Matthew de Burg' by knight's service. 

Leek, 1 carucate land held of Roger Gernet of Halton by knight's 
service. 

William de Bussay had the wardship of the land and heir, of the king's 
ffift (coUacione) at the instance of Sir Geoffrey de Lesinan and Sir W. de 
Valences, and after the death of the said Roger the land was in the king's 
hands until he conferred it upon the said William. (See No. 451.) 

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HENRY III. 131 

470. William db Kyma alias db Kyme. 

Writ {of certiorari) de feodis to the sheriff of York, 13 Oct. 44 Hen. III. 
Inq. {undated,) 

York. Wlsingtoii, 2 carucates land, whereof 12 make one knight's fee, held by 
Mauger le Yavasur of the said William directly. 

Neuton town, 2J bovates land, whereof 14 carucates make a fee, held by 
Hugh de Brinkel ; 2 bovates held by John de Oxkumbe in the same town ; 
4 bovates held by Elias, son of William Clerk ; 1 bovate held by John 
Broket ; and 1 J bovate held by John Clerk, of the same fee. 

Touleston, IJ carucates, whereof 14 make a fee, held by William de 
Elkenton. 

Coningeston and Smawes, 3J carucates, whereof 12 make a fee, held by 
Ralph de Normanvile. 

Torneton and Ylkelay, 1 carucate whereof 12 make a fee, held by Peter 
de Percy in free marriage. 

Tornet[on], 2 bovates held by William le Rus. 

Kellebrok, 2 bovates of the same fee held by Matthew de Kelbrok. 

Euerby, 1 bovate held by Geoffrey Wyllun ; and 2 bovates held by 
Godfrey de Alta Ripa, whereof 12 carucates make a fee. 

Catherton, 2 J carucates, whereof 14 make a fee ; of which the prior of 
Park holds 9 bovates and 40a. of William de Katherton, who held of the 
said William de Kyme ; the abbot of Furnes holds a toft and 20a. ; Adam le 
Cerf of York holds 8 tofts, and J carucate of the said W. de Katherton, who 
held of the said W. de Kyme ; Walter de Grimeston similarly holds a toft 
and 1 bovate land ; and the rest the said W. de Katherton held direct. 

Touleston, 1 carucate, whereof 14 make a fee, is held by Thomas de 
Katherton of W^illiam de Katherton, and J carucate similarly held by the 
prior of Park, and the said William held them of Wilham de Kyme. . 

Neuton in Cravene, 4 carucates, whereof 14 make a fee, held by 
William de Katherton direct. 

EUeslake in Cravene, 2 carucates, whereof 14 make a fee, held by Ralph 
Darel of William de Catherton, who held of the said William de Kyme ; 
and 1 carucate held by William de Marton direct of the same W. de Kymb*. 

Thometon, 1 bovate held l)y William Tempeste direct ; and 1 bovate by 
Robert de Stock. 

Wylberfoss, 6 carucates, whereof 23 make a fee, Were held by foreign 
service, viz. — ^William son of Simon de Wylberfoss held 9 bovates direct ; 
William le Rus 3 bovates, whereof Thomas de Boulton holds 2 in wardship 
of the gift of W. de Kyme, and the wife of W. le Rus holds one in dower ; 
Robert Burdun 6 bovates of Alan de Katherton, and he of W. de Kymb' ; the 
prioress of Wylberfoss 3 bovates of Robert Burdun, and he of Alan de Kather- 
ton, and he of W. de Kyme, 3 bovates of William son of Simon, and he of W. 
de Kyme, and 1 bovate of the heir of William le Rus, and he of W. de Kyme ; 
Peter le Rus holds 2 bovates of the said heir, and he of W. de Kyme ; 
Thomas son of Randolph holds 1 bovate of William son of Simon, and he 
of W. de Kyme ; Peter le Rus similarly holds one bovate ; Goscelin de 
Wylberfoss holds 2 bovates of Robert Burdun, and he of Alan de Katherton, 
and he of W. de Kyme ; Hugh son of Hugh similarly holds 2 bovates ; 
Laurence son of Thomas 2 bovates ; Laurence son of Alan 2 bovates ; 
Robert son of Simon 2 bovates ; and Nicholas Walding and Agnes daughter 
of Alexander de Wylberfoss 1 bovate. {See No. 690.) 

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182 INQUISITIONS. 

471. William de Fortibus alias db Ford, db Forz, Earl of Albemarle. 

Writ {missing). 

Thomas, his son, aged 7 on the morrow of the Nativity of the Blessed Mary 
next, is his heir, and as yet in the wardship of his mother. 

Suffolk. Extent Tuesday after the Translation of St. Bennet, 44 Hen. III. 

Clopton manor with the chapel of Bech (extent given), held, together 
with his other tenements in England, of the king in chief by service of one 
sparrowhawk. 

[York.] Extent (undated and defaced), 

Fockelington manor (full extent given) with n^mes of tenants, including 
tenants in Beleby, Brunneby, Gevildal, Meltenby, Ulvestorp, [Yolttorp ?] and 
Fangefosse, held of the king for one mewed sparrowhawk \niso). 

[York.] Holdernbsse. Extent .... after the Translation of St. Thomas 
the Martyr, 44 Hen. Ill (dejaced). 

Brustwyk (extent given) including a heronry, pasture [called] Gumerske, 
a place called Brademire, lands, &c. in Bugeomont, Bondarrustwick, Pidese- 
burton, Preston, Lelle and Dick, and eel fisheries in Piddese and Lambwat 
water. 

Hedon town (extent given). 
Pahilflit (extent given), with the ferry. 
Wahen (extent given). 
Little Humber (extent given). 
Kayngham Merske (extent given). 

Sckefling (extent given with names of tenants), including a place called 
Noutegange. 

Eilnese (extent given with names of tenants). 

Hesinton (extent given with names of tenants), including 8 bovates in 
Dimbilton. 

Baveneser Hodde (extent given). 

Wytthoren alias Hutthom and Wythorense (extent given with names 
of tenants), including pasture called Heynglant, and eel fisheries in the 
lake called Wythorense Mar. 

Gleton and Skipse (extent given with names of tenants) including Le 
Neuhithe, eel fisheries in the meres of Skipse and Withonker, and lands in 
Horneseburton. 

Killing (extent given with names of tenants). 

Castle guard vdtii foreign rents (extent given with names of tenants), 
including 5s. for Holume in Holdemese. 

Holdemese Wapentake was held by the earl by serjeanty for 60s. ; the above 
lands (fee. were held of the king in chief by knight's service ; and 2 knights' fees 
were held of the archbishop of York. Eight knights' fees were held of the earl in 
Holdemese by knight's service, and he had a rabbit warren there. 

There are 4J meres there, viz. — Lambwad, Skipse mere, Witthonker, 
Wythomse mere, and a moiety of Piddese mere with fishery over the whole, and 
the other moiety is of Sir Wilham de Eos with fishery over the whole. 

The earl had the advowsons of the churches of Esinton, Kahingham and 
Skipse, and he ought to present to the abbot of Aumale, and he to the arch- 
bishop of York. He had warren throughout his fee in Holdemes ; and Geoffirey 
Berchot and Amand de Buda were in his wardship. 

York. Summary of the above lands &c. (undated)^ viz. — 
Brustwyk manor with Hedon. 
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HENRY m. 188 

Skeftling, Eilnese, Esinton, Odravenser, Withthornese, Uouthornese, 
Skipse, Gleton and Eilling, and the castle guard with foreign farms, and 
wapentake of Holderness. 

PokUnton. 

Skipton in Cravene. 

Thorenton. 

Cokermue in co. Cumberland. 
Endorsed with a memorandum of certain parts of the above, and a note that 
they exceed reasonable dower of the lands, &c., north of the Trent. 

Writ to the escheator, 1 Aug. 44 Hen. Ill, to extend without delay the manors 
of Borele, co. Essex, Rodeston, co. Northampton, Helewell, co. Lincoln, 
Wymeringes and Polhanton, co. Southampton, Stretton, co. Rutland, 
Keninton, co. Surrey, and Derteford, co. Kent. 

[Southampton.] Extent {undated). 

Polhamptun manor (extent given), held of the king, with his other 
lands, by barony. 

Southampton. Extent (undated). 

Wimering manor (extent given), held of the king in chief. 

[Kent.] Extent {undated). 

Derteford town (extent given), including 28 yokes of land, whereof 24 
owe *erthe selver' and 'medgavel,' lands called Maktildesland, Inlaunde, and 
Okolte, and rents in Graneford, Ghiselherste, Gumbe and Gobeham, held of 
. the king in chief, service unknown. 

EssBX. Inq. 8 Sept. 44 Hen. IH. 

Borle manor and advowson (extent given), held of the king of the 
honour of Skipton without any service separate from that of the honour, but 
the manor gives 5a. to sheriff's aid, and 2«. Qd. to the bailiff of the hundred 
of Hainford for view of frank pledge. 

Northampton. Extent {undated). 

Rodeston manor (extent given), including Overe and Nethere Rodeston, 
held of Sir R. de TateshaJ by service of i knight's fee. The prior of Ware 
holds the church of Rodeston to his own uses. 

[Rutland.] Extent {undated). 

Stratton manor (extent given), held of Henry de Hastinges by service 
of one knight's fee. The Templars hold the church of Stratton to their 
own uses. 

[Lincoln.] Extent {undated). Helewell manor (extent given), held as pertain- 
ing to his barony. The abbot of Thorniton holds the church of Helewell. 

C. Hen. III. File 24. (6.) 

472. William de Lascendon. 

Writy 80 July, 44 Hen. IH. Inq. {undated.) 

Hugh, his son, aged 22 and more, is his heir. 

[Essex.] Lascendon, Tholeshunt and Purle, 160a. land, 2a. meadow, pasture 
as well without as within the marsh for 50 sheep, and 22«. 6d. rent of assize, 
held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee of the honour of 
Hagelee, and 10«. yearly to the guard of Dover (castle). 

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134 INQUISITIONS. 

473. Peter db Muneton. 

Writy 18 July, 44 Hen. III. Extent {undated and defaced), 
John, his son, aged 20J, is his heir. 

[Salop.] Muneton manor (extent given), held by service of keeping the king's 
forest of Longemund and hays of Bismor and Hauekehurst. 

Wl . . . deston town, held of Sir J. son of Alan by service of 
i knight, which town Miles de Hope holds of the said Peter by service 
of one pair of gloves worth Jrf. yearly. 

Lerdegren, i virgate land held of the prior of Wenlock by service of 
i mark. 

C. Hen, HI. File 24. (8.) 

474. Hugh Peverel. 

Writ to the sheriff of Devon, 6 Nov. 44 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

John, his son, of full age on Friday before Whitsunday, 43 Hen. Ill, is his 
heir (and is now a prisoner in the hands of the king's Welsh rel:)el8). 

Devon. Weston, held by service of 1 knight's fee of Peter de Ayleston, who 
still holds the land in wardship. 

Ermington, held of Baldwin de Insula by service of 1 fee, and it was in 
the queen's wardship, but she re-delivered it after the coming of age of 
the said John. 

Mammehavede, held of William le Spec', and Nicholas son of Martin 
held it after the coming of age by the Queen's ? consignment {de tradiciofie 
Begin'), but re-delivered it before Michaelmas. 

Merlewill, held of William de Fischacre, who held it until Christmas, 
44 Hen. III. 

C. Hen. III. FUs 24. (9.) 

475. Andrew db Suleny. 

Writ, 8 Jan. 44 Hen. III. Jnq, {undated.) 
Geoffrey de Suleny, his uncle, is his heir. 

Somerset. Kynemersdon, J knight's fee held of the king in chief. 

Middelcote, J knight's fee held of Sir Robert de Gurnay in chief. 

IVrk to Hugh le Bygod, Justiciary of England, dated St. Omer, 17 Feb. 
44 Hen. Ill, to cause full seisin of the said lands to be made to the said 
Geoffrey, who on account of his debility cannot come to the king's presence, 
receiving his fealty and taking security for his relief. 

C. Hen. in. FOe 24. (10-) 

476. Richard Fylloll alias Fillol. 

Writ, 20 May, 44 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
Jolin, his son, aged 23^, is his heir. 

[Essex.] Kelleveden manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by service 
of 3 knights' fees of the honour of Hael. 

Acle manor, viz. 2 carucates land, held of Robert son of Walter {sic). 
Little Badue, viz. 1 carucate land, held of the said Sir Walter of the 
inheritance of Anne sometime the wife of the said Richard, and he defended 
them against the said Walter son of Robert by service of 8J fees. 

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HENRY III. 186 

477. Nicholas Hachabd, deceased. 

Writ to Walter de Surges, guardian of the bishopric of Winchester, 29 July, 
45 Hen. IH. Inq. {undated.) 
He has heirs (unspecified). ' 

[Southampton.] The office of marshal of Winchester was held by him at the 
will of the bishop, who could remove him at will, and the king likewise 
when the see is vacant ; the marshal ought to receive from the bishop 2d. 
daily, and 2 robes yearly. 

Durnegate, a mill and tenement held to farm at the will of the 
bishop. 

Winchester soke, divers tenements held of divers lords by divers rents, 
which in no wise can be the escheat of the said bishopric, because he has 
heirs who claim them, viz. — 

A messuage outside the gate of Kingate, held of the bishop in chief by 
service of 8«. 8d. 

La Strode, 29a. land held of the said bishopric for 14«. 6d. yearly. 

Swanemere, 1 virgate land held of the prior of St. Swithun's, Winchester, 
for 21d. and 2 bushels of wheat yearly, of which the said Nicholas and Alice 
his wife were enfeoffed to them and their heirs and assigns. 

Reweleye, a croft held of the said bishopric for 5«. yearly, which ought 
to descend to his heirs. 

Gaterigg, 2 J virgates and 1 ferling of land, which is servile (scrva), and 
ought to descend to the right heirs of that land according to the custom of 
the country. 

St. Giles's hill, 12 shops which the merchants of Due and Ipri held of 
him, which he had by purchase to himself and his wife, and bequeathed to 
the abbot of W^awerley and to Alice his wife ; and 2 shops held of the said 
bishop, which he had by similar purchase. 

Vylehal, 28«. quit rent. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 24. (12.) 



478. Constance de Flaunvill alias de Flanwill. 

Writ, 8 Oct. 45 Hen. HI. Liq. {undated.) 

Bobert Batayle, her eldest son, is her heir, and of full age. 

Northumberland. Vytincham, Trovinton and Barton, a third part (extent given) 
held of the king in chief by service of ^ of ^ mark. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 24. (13.) 



479. Robert de Pteeshull. 

Writ, 27 Dec. Inq. Sunday before St. Gregory the Pope, 45 Hen. IH {defective). 
, his ... , aged 80 and more, is his heir. 

[Bedford ?] [Carltun ?] 16a. land and . . rood meadow, held of the king in chief 
by service of finding one (man) with a horse, hauberk and lance, in the king's 
army wherever he shall go ; and he shall give for relief 20«. for ^ of one 
knight's fee. His wife is dowered of a third part. 

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186 INQUISITIONS. 

480. BaIiPh de la Tunb alias db la Thun. 

Writ, 24 Feb. 45 Hen. III. Inq. (ufidated.) 

Richard, son of Lucy his sister, aged 26, is his heir, and holds the land. 

Kent. Wodechurche, 36a., and in Roking 4ia., with 26«. rent yearly, whence 
are due 5«. yearly to Dover castle for guard, 2d. yearly to the sheriffs farm, 
and suit at the king's court of Redleuett, held of the king in chief for 
^ knight's fee, paying scutage when it comes. 

C. Hen. IIL File 24. (16.) 

481. GiLBEBT MaUDUT. 

Writ, 18 Aug. 45 Hen. III. Inq. Monday before the Nativity of the Blessed 

Virgin Mary (defective). 

John, his son, is his heir, and of full age. 

[Essex.] Terlinge, 160a. land and about 80«. rent, held of the king by service 
of 1 knight. 

Henie, 100«. rent with the advowson of the church, held of the heir of 
Simon de Cantilupo by service of one knight. 

C. Hen. HI. FOe 24. (16.) 

482. Beginald son of William (dias William ^e Lullewobthb. 

Writ, 8 April, 45 Hen. III. Inq. (missing.) 

Writ ofplenim certiorari, 22 May, 45 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

DoBSET. (Unspecified), one knight's fee held of Boger son of Henry, who held 
it of the king in chief, by service of 1 knight's fee in relief and scutage. 
And the said Boger died and the service of that fee descended to Emma de 
Boches his daughter and heir, who neither did homage nor relief for it to 
the king nor would receive the said Beginald's homage ; and for the defect 
of the same Emma, the said Beginald twice paid scutage to the king by the 
distraint oi Thomas de Gyrencestre, then sheriff, and once by the hands of 
Sir Walter de Burges, and also an aid for making the king's son a knight. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 24. (17.) 

483. William son of Otho. 

Wnt, 24 June, 45 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Thomas son of Otho, his brother, aged 30 and more, is his heir. 

[Essex.] Belchamp Otten (in BeJlo Campo Othon'), 1 knight's fee held of the 
honour of Boulogne, which is in the king's hands. 

Gosfeud and Gestlingethorp, 2 hamlets held of the earl of Gloucester 
by service of one knight's fee. 

Gosfeud, J virgate land held of the heir of Balph de Hodeng', service 
unspecified. 

C. Hen. IIL File 24. (18.) 

484. Alice de Cobmaylles. 

Writ, 28 Nov. Inq. Monday the vigil of St. Thomas the Apostle, 45 Hen. Ill 
(defective). 
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[Hereford.] Tatiuton, Bolinghope and Glehungre, 2 earucates land held of the 
king in chief. 

Hope Solers and Astun, two fees jointly held by the said Alice and 
Isabel her younger sister of the king in chief. 

[The said Alice and] Isabel held the said fees and tenements by service of a 
third part of the service pertaining to the barony of Cormeiir. 

C. Hen. III. File 24. (19.) 

485. Alan de Ghykenhill alias de Chikehull. 

Writ, 19 April, 45 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
Hugh, his son, aged 7 years, is his heir. 

Southampton. Wolveston, J carucate land held of the king in chief by 
serjeanty, viz. finding one man with bow and arrows in the king's army 
in Wales. 

The Isle (of Wight), J knight's fee (unspecified), held of Baldwin de 
Insula. 

C. Hen. UI. File 24. (20.) 

486. William Pach. 

Writ, 20 Jan. Inq. 23 Feb. 45 Hen. III. 

Essex. Reyl', 24a. land pertaining to the honour of Reyl' are held in the 
king's hands, as escheat through the death of William Pach, who had 
no heir apparent. One Sueyn, who held the whole barony of Reyl' of 
the gift of King Edward, enfeoffed (the ancestor of ?) the said William to be 
summoner of his barony. 

C. Hen. III. File 25. (1.) 

487. WiLLUM LB BOTILLER aliaS LE BoTYLER, LB BuTILER. 

Writ, 25 May, 45 Hen. III. 

Hugh, his son, age variously stated as 17 and 21 and more, is his heir. 

[Essex.] Inq. 10 June, 45 Hen. III. 

Pritelwell, 80a. land held of the king in chief by service of \ knight's 
fee. 

Wakering, 40a. land in a marsh held of Hugh de Nevil by service of 16«. 

Scopiland, 102a. land and a marsh held of Robert de Typetot by service 
of 86«. 

[Essex.] Inq. {undated.) 

Prittelwelle, 64a. held of the king in chief by service of \ knight's fee. 
Schopilande, 106a. and a marsh which can carry 240 sheep, held of Sir 
Robert de Tibetot by service of 36s. yearly. 

Magna Wakering, 17a. held of Hugh de Neville by service of -^ knight's 
fee, and a marsh which can carry 240 sheep by service of 16«. 8rf. ; and 16a. 
held of Sir John son of Bernard by service of lOs. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 25. (2.) 

488. Bobert de Sottesbroc. 

Writ, 16 Aug. 45 Hen. III. * Inq. {undated,) 
John, his son, aged 3^, is his heir. 



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Bebks. Bottesbroc, 1^ carucates land held of the king in chief by knight's 
service, viz. — 20«. to the keeper (custod') of Wyndlesor castle, and service to 
the king in his army for 40 days at his own cost; 4a. meadow held of 
William de la Garstone of Schorninggefeld by service of 6(L yearly ; and 2a. 
land of John de Benetfeld by service of 6<L yearly. 

C. Hen. IIL FU^ 25. (8.) 

489. John Martel. 

IfVif, 22 Feb. 45 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

William Martell, his brother, aged 30, is his heir. 

[Essex.] Rywehal', 126 Ja. arable, 3a. meadow, 8a. pasture, 4a. wood, 13«. lOd. 
rent of assize, and 4 capons yearly worth 6rf. held of the king in chief by 
service of J serjeanty, viz. finding J a Serjeant to go with the king into 
Wales or Scotland at his own cost for 40 days. 

Ardleg', a knight's fee held of the earl of Her(e)ford. 

C. Hen. III. FU^ 25. (4.) 

490. William lb Scot. 

Writ, 27 May, 45 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

John le Scot, his son, aged 22 on the eve of SS. Peter and Paul last, is his 
heir. 

[York.] (Unspecified), a capital messuage, 40a. land, 4 marks rent, pasture, 
and a water mill and ^ mill, held of Edmund de Lascy by service of i knight's 
fee 

C. Hen. HI. File 25. (5.^ 

491. WlLLIA3I LE BrETUN olias LB BrBTON. 

Writ, 3 April, 45 Hen. III. 

John, his son, age variously stated as 24, 24 and more, and 28, is his heir. 

[Cambridge.] Inq. Friday before Palm Sunday, 45 Hen. III. 

Burg, 120a. land held of Sir Thomas de Burg, by service of 18rf. yearly ; 
and 20a. in the fields held of Randolph son of Alan de Burg. 

DuUingham fields, 52a. and ^., held of the same Randolph by service 
of 3». 9^. yearly. 

Brinkele fields, 56a. and IJr., held of Sir William de Moun, service 
unspecified. 

Willingham and Karleton fields, 26a. held of the said Sir William by 
service of 5«. yearly ; and 3a. of Laurence de Willengham by service of 12rf. 
yearly, and he received 9Jd. rent yearly. 

Essex. Inq. (undated.) 

Boxstede town, capital messuage, 1 carucate land and 40^. rent, held of 
Robert de Hastinges by J knight's service and 1 pair of gilt spurs; a 
water mill, 2 parts of 1 carucate land and 20«. rent, held of Walter de 
Horkeleg' by service of J knight ; and 7a. land held of Hugh de Nevile by 
service of 18d. yearly. 

[Northampton.] Inq. 11 April, 46 Hen. III. 

Dodinton town, 50a. assart held of the king, rendering 1 pair of gilded 
spurs to the king's exchequer ; and a place of wood, of which Randolph Brito 
was enfeoffed, for 1 pair of gilt spurs. 



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Blatherwik town, capital messuage and one carucate of land held of 
Richard Basset of Welledon by service of J knight's fee ; and 30a. arable 
held of Henry Engayne, service unspecified. 

Wakerle, a watermill held of John de Burgo, service unspecified. 

Haringworth, 5 virgates land held of the heirs of Robert son of Roger, 
service unspecified. 

Cambridge. Inq. Thursday before Palm Sunday, 45 Hen. IH. 

Harlestoh town, 40a. land held of Sir John de Burg' by service of 14d. 
yearly and llh. cummin ; 40a. held of Lady Sibyl de Crauden by service of 
12fZ. ; 6a. of Sir Robert de Mortuo Mari by service of 12^Z. ; 14a. of Walter 
•Clement by service of 3«., saving foreign service ; 9a. of Richard Martin by 
service of 12rf. ; and 2Ja. of William son of Eustace by service of \d, ; also 
23«. &iL rent from free tenants, and 88. 9d. from villains. 

C. Hen. III. File 2b. (6.) 

492. Christiana de Glantbdon alias de Glanteton. 

Wi'ity 8 July, 45 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

John de Glantedon, her son, is her heir, and of full age. 

[Northumberland.] Vitincham, Thowerton and Barton towns, 98a. land in 
demesne, 191a. enclosable lands, a mill, and 10^/. and 12^/. from two tenants, 
held of the king in chief by J of a mewed sparrowhawk or J of J mark. 

C. Hen. III. File 25. (7.) 

493. William de Lesseborwe alias de Lassebebge. 

Writ, 9 July. Inq. Friday after St. James the Apostle, 45 Hen. III. 

His only daughter Agatha, aged 20, whom Henry de Dene married in her 
father*s lifetime, is his heir. 

Gloucester. St. Brevell, 12a. land held (of the king in chief) in the name of 
his bailiwick in the forest of Dene, by service of finding 1 serjeant in the 
forest for a year to attach for vert and venison. 

La Boxe, 1 carucate land held of the earl of Hereford by service of 
J knight. 

La Planche, 1 carucate held of Thomas de la Planche by service of 
i mark, and suit at Durseleg* court. 

Lasseberge, 1 knight's fee held of Sir William de Kaines by service of 
1 knight. 

C. Hen. III. File 25. (8.) 

494. BicHARD DE Htalande. 

Writ, 22 May, 45 Hen. III. Inq. Friday before St. Margaret, 1261. 
William, his son, is his heir, and of full age. 

Northumberland. Matfen West, 98a. arable and 3a. meadow. 
Nafferton, 26a. arable. 
Lourbotle, 4 marks rent of assize. 

Matfen, 13«. 4d. farm of the mill, and 2«. rent, rendering to the king 
408. and -^ knight's service. 

C. Hen. III. File 25. (9.) 



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495. GrILBEBT DE HaU .... olioS DE AlTECLO, DE HaLTECLO. 

Writ, 23 Feb. (defective). Inq. The morrow of St. Ambrose, 45 Hen. lU. 

William, his son, aged 21 at the feast of SS. Philip and James 1261, is his 
heir. 

[Cumberland.] Halteclo, 81a. of purpresture which were sometime in the king's 
forest of Halteclo between the king's highway and Galdew water, held of the 

king, rendering 2^ 

Soureby manor, 4^. held of the Queen of Scotland, rendering 2«. ; 62a. in 
demesne, 2 bovates land and a fulling mill, held of Sir Alan de Multon and 
Alice his wife by 12d. rent, lib. cummin, certain services in ploughing, 
harrowing, mill toll, pannage, and making his hedge {or park) in Garrok, 
and suit of court ; and 20a. held of Bichard Bidel, rendering 4b. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 25. (10.) 

496. OsBEBT Babdolf alias Babdol. 

Writy 26 May. Inq. The morrow of the Apostles Peter and Paul, 45 Hen. III. 
Bobert, his son, aged 22 and more, is his heir. 

[Suffolk.] Hagele, 20a. land held of the king in chief, rendering IM. to the 
exchequer. 

Sellond, a messuage and 20a. land held of the abbot of St. Edmund's 
and others. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 25. (11.) 



497. Balph DE Fbeschevill alias de Fbbschebvill. 

Wnty 5 Feb. 45 Hen. III. To the escheator in co. Derby. Liq. (missing.) 
Aukerus, his son, is his heir, and of full age. 

Nottingham. Writ, 5 Feb. Liq. Friday after St. Peter in cathedra, 45 Hen. III. 
Boney manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of one 
knight. 

Botinton, ^ knight's fee held of John de Musters of the fee of Biphmond, 
rendering 58. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 25. (12.) 

498. Waleband Attepet of Merdon alias Atte Putt'. 

Writ to the guardians of the bishopric of Winchester, 8 Feb. Inq. Sunday the 
eve of St. Valentine, 45 Hen. III. 
Henry, son of Peter his son, aged 18, is his heir. 

(Unspecified) , 30a. held in socage of the bishopric of Winchester, render- 
ing 2«. M. yearly, whereof he gave 2a. to his sister for 2d. yearly, and 2a. to 
Nicholas Achard for ^Ih. cummin yearly, leaving 26a. whereof Christina 
sometime the wife of the said Peter ought to have a third part in dower ; 
and a croft in which his houses are built, for which he gave to one Walter 
lOd. (yearly). The wardship of the lands pertains to the next (of kin) on 
the mother's side. 

C. Hen. III. File 26. (18-) 



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499. William db Caluwbleyb alias de Kalulby. 

Writ, 28 Oct. Liq, Saturday before St. Nicholas, 45 Hen. HI. 
Gilbert, his son, is his heir, and of full age. 

Northumberland. Ealui alias Kalu]ey and Jettelinton, held of the king in chief 
by 8 marks and 16rf. rent, and the men of Kaluley and Jettelinton carry 30 
loads to the castle of Bamborc and do suit at the county (court) of 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

C. Hen. III. File 25. (14.) 

500. IsABBL Basset. 

Writ de escaeta, 26 Nov. Inq. Friday after St. Lucy, 45 Hen. III. 

William, son of BegiAald de Moun and the said Isabel, age variously stated 
as 6 and 7, is her heir. 

[Southampton.] Grewell manor was sometime the king's escheat through the 
death of Gilbert de Aquila, and the king that now is gave it to Gilbert 
Marescall to hold at the king's will for 41. yearly, and by service of 
sending 10 men to reap for a day at Odiham in the autumn, the king 
feeding them, and doing suit at the hundred (court) of Odiham. 
Afterwards the said Gilbert gave the manor to Gilbert and Isabel Basset 
to them and the heirs of their bodies, and it was put in the charter 
that if the said Gilbert Marescall could not warrant them the manor 
against the king, he should give them land to the same value between 
Caversham bridge and Saverne water. And because the said Gilbert 
Marescall held at the king's will, and there is no heir left born of the said 
Gilbert and Isabel, the manor is the king's escheat through the death of 
the said Isabel. 

Wilts. Inq. Saturday before St. Peter in cathedra, 45 Hen. III. 

Mildehal manor, held in free marriage of the gift of Sir William de 
Ferers her father, in chief * de Marscalsia,' and no service was held of 
that manor. And whatever else she held in the county was of the dower of 
Sir Gilbert Basset. 

[Southampton.] Writ {de jnelius inquirendo), 24 Feb. Inq. Tuesday after St. 
Matthias, 45 Hen. III. 

Grewell manor was the ancient demesne of King Henry the king's 
grandfather, and he gave it to Juliana de Aquila mother of Gilbert de 
Aquila. 

C. Hen. Ill File 25. (15.) 

501. Maeumus son of Biohard alias Maym, Mayim, Maim son of Biohard db 

Eytrop. 

Writ, 13 June, 45 Hen. III. 

Beatrice, his daughter, age variously stated as 8 and 9, is his heir. 

Berks. Inq. Saturday after SS. Peter and Paul, 45 Hen. III. 

Winterbum, 4 carucates land, 41. lis. 4d. rent of assize, customs of 
tenants, pasture and meadow, were held by the said Bichard of Balph 
Musard by service of one knight's fee, and similarly by the said Maeumus 
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[Oxford.] Inq. Saturday after SS. Peter and Paul, 45 Hen. III. 

Eyrop, principal messuage, 7 J virgates land with meadow in demesne, 
and 10 J virgates land in villenage, with customs of villeins {nistkorum), held 
for life of Balph Musard, paying for hidage to the king 35. 4d., and to the earl 
of Gloucester J mark, and doing suit at the hundred (court) of ChadelintoD. 
Lideneston town, 1 hide land let to tenants for 21a., held of Robert de 
Broc by (l?)<i. yearly and lib. cummin; 1^ virgate land with meadow, 
tenure unspecified ; and 8a. held of Robert de Bradeneston by 2«. rent. 

C\ Hen, III. File 25. (16.) 



502. Nicholas Bulluc. 

Writ (missing). Inq. Thursday the feast of St. Augustine, 45 Hen. III. 

^ Richard de Coterfold, aged 85 and more, and Christina daughter of 
Maud de Batsate, aged 18, are his heirs, according to the custom of Farnham 
manor. 

Surrey. Farnham, 2 virgates land held of Aymer sometime (bishop) elect of 
Winchester, the king's brother, by ancient ten^ire, rendering 10«. yearly 
and 2d. * wudepanies ' ; and besides he mowed in the lord's meadow with 
one man for one day, and had 2Jrf., and lifted and carried the same; 
found 2 men who had their victuals for 2 days, for weeding the lord's com ; 
4 men, who had their food, at * cuttederip ' for reaping the lord's corn 
for one day, and 2 men for 1 day at * reverip ' ; and at the lord's great 
harvesting {magnum hcderip) he ought to come with his whole family, 
excepting his wife, shepherd and nurse, and they had their, food at the 
lord's court. At ' nedrip ' he -ought to reap 1 Ja. of corn, and carry 
the lord's corn with his neighbours, receiving nothing for the same. At 
* laghewudringe ' against Christmas day he ought to carry firewood with 
one cart for pne day, at Easter for 1 day with two carts, and to carry 
firewood with his neighbours against the coming of his lord or of the 
king. He ought to plough for winter seed la. and have 2Jrf. for food, and 
at *nedhurthe' to plough for the same seed IJa. without food, and la. 
for winter seed without food; and if he had his own plough he ought 
to plough la. and have 2Jd. for food. At * rusthegginge ' if he had a horse 
of his own he ought to harrow with his horse for 1 day until the ninth 
hour. And he ought to thrash once a year 1^ quarter of corn and carry 
it to the nearest market for sale ; to fence 8 perches at the lord's park 
of Farnham when necessary without food, and 1 perch at Burgheye; 
and to give Id. pannage for a boar over a year old and Jd. for 
a hog. And he gave 1 bushel of oats according to custom to the parkers ? ; 
and ought to do *averagium,' viz. — to carry the lord's food from the 
manor one day's journey (per nnam dietam). He also held 32a. and more 
of new land (de nova terra) of the said Aymer by a yearly rent of 18«. 4d. 
The above lands are in the king's hands. 

C. Hen. III. File 25. (17.) 



503. Adam de Bbtsin alias de Beisin. 

TFrit, 4 May, 45 Hen. III. Inq. (undated and deforced.) 

Robert, his son, aged 19 at the Assumption of the Blessed Mary 



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Salop. Billingesle manor (extent given), held of the abbot of Ses by service 
of ... . 

Silviton manor (extent given), held of the abbot of St. Kemy by ser- 
vice of 24s. yearly. 

Burwardele manor (extent given) held of the prior of Wenlok by service 
of eating with the prior on St. Milburgh's day to .... his dinner, and 
(doing suit at the court) of Burton. 

Wrkiton and Warkeslawe manor (extent given), held of the king in chief 
by service of keeping one goshawk until Michaelmas, or until at the king's 
command he shall bring it to the king, where he shall be during the season 
with the king at the king's cost, taking 5Jd. per day and feeding in the 
king*s house, and he shall take 2 robes of the king, and the king shall 
restore to him his horse .... and when the season is over, he ought 
to take the goshawk back to his own country and mew it at his own cost 

(See ^0.557.) 

C, Hen. III. File 25. (18.) 

504. William db Bodham. 

Writ, 26 Feb. 45 Hen. III. On the complaint of the abbot of Creek that a 
messuage and the services of divers tenants whereof the said William had 
enfeoffed him, had been taken into the king's hand. 
Ranulph, his son, aged 22, is his heir. 

[Norfolk.] Inq. {undated and defective.) Suhtcrek, 127a. land and 63«. 6d. rent 

held of the king in chief by service of 2 knights' fees, 20«. for the guard of 

Dover (castle), and 2 parts of 1 suit at the court of Hagenet. 

Full extent given of enfeoffments made by the said William to many persons, 

including the abbot of Crek, the master of the hospital of Jerusalem, the prior 

of Castelacre, the prior of Wausingham, and the prior of Petreston. 

[Norfolk.] Inq. {undated and defective.) 

Bodham and Becham, messuage, la. and Ir. land, ... a , 

43a. heath ?, 6a. pasture ?, and the advowson of Bodham church, held of the 
king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee, ... for the guard of Dover castle, 
and doing suit at the hundred (court) of Holt, and i of 1 suit at the court of 
Hagenet ? 
Full extent given of enfeoffments to many persons. {See No. 510.) 

C. Hen. in. File 25. (19.) 

505. Richard Lunoespete. 

Writ to the sheriff of Sussex and Surrey, 27 Dec. 46 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Surrey. Brumleghe manor was held of the king in chief by John de Fay by 
service of 3 knights' fees, after whose death it was parted between his two 
sisters Maud and Philippa, and from the said Maud issued a daughter 
Agatha, and from her Alice, who was the wife of the said Bichard (and still 
survives) ; and the said Richard and Alice held a moiety of the manor in 
chief of the king by service of 1 J knights' fee. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 25. (20.) 

506. Ingram de Pbrct. 

Writ, 24 Oct. 46 Hen. III. Extent {undated). 

William de Percy, his brother, aged 26, is his heir. 



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York. Levyngton manor (extent given), held (of the king in chief), service 
unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. File 26. (1.) 

507. Elias db Sutton. 

WnU 20 July, 46 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
Elias, his son, aged 24 at least, is his heir. 

[Salop.] [Sutton,] 25a. land, held of the king in chief by service -of 2«. yearly, 
also 1 carucate land and a messuage, &c. 

Sutton Major, 1 carucate land, held of the king of Almain in chief by 
semce of 10«. yearly, also 6a. meadow, 10«. rent of assize, 2 gardens and a 
dovecot. 

C. Hen. HI. FUe 26. (2.) 

508. Pbtronilla db Vallibus alia^ de Vaus. 

Wnt, 28 March, 46 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Henry de Longo Campo alias de Lungchaump, age variously stated as 40 
and more and 50 and more, is her heir. 

Southampton. Warneburue manor, held of the king in chief, service unspecified ; 
she also held 22J knights' fees in co. Lincoln in demesne by barony. 

Writy 80 March, 46 Hen. III. To the sheriff of Southampton to take the lands 
into the king's hands and deliver them to the escheator, and in his presence 
to make inquisition, &c. 

Southampton. Inq. {undated.) Sutwarneburue manor, tenure unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. File 26. (3.) 

509. Theobald db Englbchevill. 

Writ to the sheriff of Wilts, 2 Sept. 46 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Wilts. Wahull manor ; the said Theobald enfeoffed William de Engleschevill 
of the said manor 10 years ago, who remained in full seisin thereof until 
the escheator took it into the king's hands by reason of the death of the 
said Theobald. {See No. 548.) 

C. Hen. III. File 26. (4.) 

510. Robert Toli alim Toly. 

Writ, 1 Dec. 46 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Norfolk. He held nothing of the king in chief, because William de Boddham 
before his death enfeoffed the abbot of Erec and his church of the homage 
of Bobert Toly, and of all his demesne that remained in Sudk', and 
of all the services of his free tenants and their rents, for 1 J year, saving 
scutage and other things pertaining to the king. The king has had 
80/. by two reliefs in Sudk' and Boddham, viz. — after the deaths of William 
de Boddham and of his son and heir, and all the lands, &c., of the said Bobert, 
and of all the said William's free tenants in Sudk' and Boddham have 
been seized into the king's hands. Endorsed : — This inquisition is 
insuflScient. {See No. 504.) 

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511. Gerard db Hakonby alias db Hacunby. 

Writ, 30 Jdly, 46 Hen. HI. Inq, {undated and defective.) 

Thomas, his son, aged 21 on the day of the Decollation of St. John next, is 
bis heir. 

[Lincoln.] Mort', a moiety of a messuage, 1 bovate land, and 6«. 6Jrf. rent, 
held of the king in chief for | knight's fee. 

Hacunby town, 1 bovate land held of Thomas de Awile for 58. 

C. Hen. III. File 26. (6.) 

512. Nicholas son of Booer. 

Writ, 26 May. Inq. Friday after the Holy Trinity, 46 Hen. III. 
Sir Ralph, his son, is his heir, and of full age. 

[Gloucester.] Hulle and Ninndesfeld manors, held of the king in chief by 
service of ^^ knight. 

Somerset. Tikneham manor, held of the earl Marshal, service unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. File 26. (7.) 

513. OLrV'ER DB ASPREVILL olias DE ASSPERA YlLLA. 

Writ, 10 Oct. 46 Hen. HI. Inq. Thursday after St. Matthias, 47 Hen. HI. 
{defective). 
John, his son, is his heir, and of full age. 

Northampton. Dodinton and Morhey, 35Ja. held by charter of the king, paying 
6d. yearly at the exchequer. 

C. Hen. III. File 26. (8.) 

514. William de Bello Alneto. 

Writ de custodia to the sheriff of Southampton, 26 April, 46 Hen. IH. on the 
petition of William Maudut, Robert de Sancto Johanne, and James le 
Sauvage. 

Writ to the sheriff of Southampton, 6 May, 46 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
Baldwin, his son, aged 13|, is his heir. 

Southampton. He held nothing of the king in chief, save that he held a small 
purpresture (unspecified) of the fee of Sir William Maudut, which was rated 
by Bobert Passelewe at 4^(f. because it was within the regard of the 
forest. 

(Unspecified) J knight's fee held of the fee of Sir William Maudut ; 
\ knight's fee held of the fee of Sir Bobert de Sancto Johanne ; \ virgate 
land held of Walter de Belling' by service of 2«. 4d!. ; and J virgate land held 
of Henry de Burhunte by service of 12d. 

C. Hen. III. File 26. (9.) 

515. Philip de Columbariis alias db Golumbebs. 

Writ {missing). Inq. {undated.) 

Philip de Columbariis, aged 82 and more, is his heir. 

Somerset. Stawey, Puryton and Hunteworthi, held (of the king) by service of 
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to the said manor of Staweye as head of the barony ; and now in the king's 
hands through the escheator. 

Wolavinton, 1 knight's fee held of the abbot of Glastonbury. 

Hunbere, 1 knight's fee held of Hugh de Nevill. 

Writ, 20 Sept. 46 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Suffolk. Batesford manor was bought by Robert de Curtenay of Philip de 
Golumbers, father of the late Philip, under condition that he should give it 
to Egelina his daughter in free marriage with the said Philip the younger, 
and so the manor became the marriage portion (maritagiuin) of Egelina late 
the wife of the said Philip. 

C. Hen. III. File 26. (10.) 

516. William de Bello Campo de Bbdeford. 

Writ, 6 Oct. 46 Hen. III. Inq. {undated and defective.) 

He died on Sunday after the Assumption of the Blessed Mary. 

[Bedford.] Staunford town. On Thursday after the Assumption, before his 

death, came his attorney bringing his letter patent, and seised 

Geoffrey le Bus of all his land in Staunford, and his men were in seisin 
thereof until the escheator came on Friday in the week following, and took 
it into the king's hands. 

WHty 6 Oct. 46 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

[Bedford.] Eavenesden. On Thursday after the Assumption came his 
attorney &c. (as above) and seised the attorney of Bichard de Braham of 
his land and mill in Eavenesden, and he was in seisin thereof until the 
escheator came on Friday after the said William*s decease and took the 
land into the king's hands. 

Writ, 15 Oct. 46 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

[Bedford.] Herdwyk. On Thursday after the Assumption came his attorney 
&c. (as above) and seised the attorney of Gilbert son of Walter of his land 
in Herdwyk, and he was in seisin thereof until the escheator came on 
Friday &c. (as above). 

Writ, 22 Oct. 46 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) on the petition of Ida de Bello Campo. 

[Bedford.] Dilewyk manor is held by Lady Ida de Bello Campo for life by 
fine made in the king's court between her and the said William, and she 
was in seisin of the services of all the free tenants (names given), before 
the death of the said William. 

C. Hen. III. File 26. (11.) 

517. Bichard de Aselakbbt alias de Aslakeby. 

Writ, 12 Feb. 46 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Bichard, his son, aged SO, is his heir. 

YoBE. Aslakeby, messuage and 2 carucates land (extent given with names of 
tenants), held of the king in chief by 40a. yearly at the exchequer in 
London, 

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518. Henry son of Godytha db Bothelton. 

Writ (missing). Inq. Wednesday after St. Edmund the King, 46 Hen. III. 
John, his son, is his heir, and of full age. 

Lancaster. Botheleton, 2 bovates land and ^ watermill, held of the king in 
chief by service' of 9s, 2d. yearly, and doing 1 suit to Lancaster county 
(court) imd Lonesdale wapentake (court). 

C. Hen. III. FiU 26. (13.) 

519. John de Hacunesho. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (ujidated, but endorsed 46 H. 3.) 
Geoffrey, his son, is his heir, and of full age. 

[Lancaster.] Hacunesho and Presho, 6 carucates land held of the king in chief 
by service of crossbows yearly. 

Ham el ton town, 3 carucates land held of the king in chief by service 
of 40«. 

C. Hen. IIR File 26. (14.) 

520. BooER Bertram, of Bothale. 

Writy 21 Oct. 46 Hen. III. Jnq. Tuesday after St. Martin, 47 Hen. Ill (defaced). 
Bobert, his son, aged 19 at Christmas next, is his heir. 

Northumberland. Bothalle and Wetewrthe, 5 carucates in demesne, each^ 
containing 105a. (extent given of free tenancies with names of tenants). 

Hengandelley, 40a. land. 

New Moor (extent given of fifee tenancies with names -of tenants) , 
including 160a. held by Eobert Baynard by 2^5 of the service of one knight, 
and 40a. by Elias de Neuebiging by similar service. 

Pegiswrthe (extent given of free tenancies with names of tenants). 

Pegiz' town, 7J lands held by bondmen. 

Heborin (extent given of free tenancies with names of tenants), 9^/. 
land in bondage, &c. 

Langhurste, a free tenancy. 

Herdisdun and Tyrtlinton, held by Fulk de Tybens (?) by service of one 
knight. 

Also 15a. meadow, 7 marks in Bothalle mill, and pasture in the forest. 
All held of the king by service of 3 knights. 

And Lady Sarah Bertram of Bothall died after the said Boger her son, and 
was holding 320a. land. (See No. 607.) 

a Hen. III. File 26. (16.) 

521. Osbert de Daogord. 

Writ, 46 .... (a fragment). Inq. (undated.) 

[Suffolk.] Bradewell and Daggord manors were held by the said Osbert of 
Baldwin Filiol and his heirs, and John son of Eichard Filiol, who was heir 
of the said Baldwin, holds the said manors and Kelleveden manor of the 
king by 8J knights' fees. Isabel de Daggord held Daggord manor in dower, 
and 4ied on Friday after the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 46 Hen. Ill ; 
and because the heir of the said Osbert is within age and in the wardship 
of the said John Filiol, the manor of Daggord of right pertains to the said 
John only because he is intermediate between the king and the heir. In 
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and died vested as of fee, and Bichard his son and heir (being) within age, 
the king, because of some offence done by Baldwin Filiol, gave the marriage 
and wardship to Sir William de Huntingf(eld), who married the said Isabel 
his daughter to the said Bichard, Afterwards the said Baldwin made peace 
with the king, and the said William made peace with him for having the 
wardship. Thus the said Isabel was dowered after the death of Bichard her 
husband of Daggord manor, and died seised thereof. After the«death of the 
said Bichard, the steward of the earl of Cornwall intruded upon the manor 
for 8 or 4. days, but Bichard father of John Filiol forthwith ejected his men 
and sold the wardship and marriage of the said Osbert, son of the said 
Bichard, to the said Isabel, who sold them to the archbishop of York, and 
he had the marriajge of (maritavit) the said Osbert. John Filiol has the 
wardship of the heir of the said Osbert. 

C. Hen. ILL File 26. (16.) 

522. BicHERus DB Whytbwbll alias DE WiTBWBiiLE, knt. 

WnU 13? Jan, 46 Hen. III. 

WilUam, his son, age variously stated as 19 at the feast of St. James next, 
and of full age, is his heir. 

Dorset. Inq. (undated,) Kyngeswinterburn, 1 carucate land held of the king 
in chief by service of 40«. yearly. 

[Norfolk.] Inq. undated. Wytewell, J knight's fee (extent given) held of the 
earl of Gloucester. 

Wychingham, 40«. 7d. rent of assize held in socage of the fee of 
the prior of Lungevill rendering 11». 5d. to the prior ; and one piece of 
meadow held of Eoger de Holebec rendering 14rf. yearly. 

Wytevell, Ss. rent held of Simon de Fleg' rendering 4rf. ;-and 11a. held 
of Bartholomew ? (Berth') de Antingham rendering 8«. Qd. 
Alice (the wife) of the deceased, is dowered of the above lands, &c. 

[Norfolk.] Inq, (undated.) 

Sceketon, J of 2 knights' fees (extent given) held of Fulk Baniard. 

Tybeham, 7«. rent of assize held of the said Fulk rendering 13d. 

Aylesham, 12a. land held of the king's manor rendering 88d. yearly, 
and tallage as other sokemen. 

Also 21a. held of the abbot of Hulme rendering 3«. 6d. ; 9a, held 
of Thomas de Berham rendering . . . ; a tenement held of Andrew de 
Bramton rendering 8d. ; a heath held of William de Wybryg rendering lOd. ; 
and a heath held of Bartholomew de Burl' rendering 3rf. Alice, the wife of 
the deceased, is dowered of the above lands, &c. 

Writy 23 Sept. 46 Hen. III. Inq. (undated,) 

[Dorset.] Kyngeswinterburne, &c. (as above). 

C Hen. III. FUe 26. (17.) 

523. Matthew Luveyn aUaa de Lovayne. 

Writ, 11 Nov. 46 Hen. HI. 

Matthew, his son, aged 24 and more, is his heir. 

[Essex.] Extent (undated). 

Eystanes ad Turrinj manor (extent given), held of the king by barony, 
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[Suffolk.] Inq. {undated.) 

Bilteston alias Bildeston manor and advowson (extent given), held of 
the king by service of 1 knight's fee, pertaining to his barony of Eystanes; 
and 20^. ought to be paid yearly for the guard of the castle of Windlesoueres. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 26. (18.) 

624. Robert Strecche alias Strboh, sometime the king's forester of Feckeham. 

Writ to Alan la Zuche, justice of the forest, 18 May, 46 Hen. III. Inq, (undated.) 
Ralph, his son, aged 7 on St. Luke's day last, is his heir. 

Worcester. Fecham manor, 8 virgates land held by charter of the king in chief 
by service of 20s., 7a. of the king's demesne meadow at will by service of 
7»., 9Ja. of new land by pervice of 3s. 2d., 1 virgate land by service of being 
the king's woodward in the wood called Le Wercwode at his own cost, and the 
profits of the bailiwick of Fecham forest, with the lawing (expeditaciane) of 
dogs ; a messuage and 8 virgates land held in chief of Robert de Morton of 
his fee by service of 4». yearly, and royal service when it shall happen, of 
which 8 virgates 4 remain in the hands of free tenants to acquit the royal 
service due from the 8, i virgate is alienated to the prioress, &c. of GochuU 
in frank almoin, and others rented to divers tenants ; 1 virgate land held 
in chief of the abbot of Bordesle by service of 12<2., and 2 suits yearly at his 
court of Terdebigge. 

La Wike, 6«. held of the said abbot in exchange for Ss. rent in Wich, 
and he rendered lib. pepper to Robert de Bruly for the same. 

[Warwick.] Sauford, 1 virgate land held of the prior of Kenilewrth, service 
unspecified. 

[Warwick and Worcester.] Alincestre borough, a messuage held of Simon le 
Barber by service of 12rf. yearly ; a croft (unspecified) held of the prior of 
Sonwell by service of 4«. 

(Fecham ?) 9a. wood pertaining to the above 8 virgates land held of the 
said Robert de Morton. 

Inteberge manor, ^ knight's fee held in chief of the countess of 
Lincoln, and by royal service, and suit at the countess's court of la 
Neubir' (?), and the prioress of Kochull holds it in frank almoin of the 
gift of the said Robert's ancestors. 

C. Hen. HI. FUe 26. (19.) 

525. Ralph de Mepertbshal. 

Writ, 10 June. Inq- The day of the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr; 
46 Hen. III. 
Nicholas, his son, aged 22 and more, is his heir. 

[Bedford.] (Meperteshal,) 1 carucate land held of the king in chief by 
serjeanty, viz. — ^finding one man in the army with the king for 40 days at 
his own cost. 

Fehnesham, 20s. rent yearly held of Hendr' de Hastingis, also rent of 
the term of St. John the Baptist 14^., and pasture 12d. in Meperteshal. 
His wife claims a third part of the above tenement. 

C. Hen. III. File 26. (20.) 

526. William de E[ardredbshull alias j^ Hardrigheshull. 

Writ, 17 March, 46 Hen. III. 

Robert, his son, aged 22, is his heir. 



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[Lincoln.] Inq, (undated^ 

Cukewald manor, held of the king in chief by service of finding one 
footman with an axe (luichia) in the army. 

[Lincoln.] Inq. (undated.) 

Suthkelleseye, 2 bovates land held of the king rendering 16d. 
Northkelleseye manor (extent given), held of the chapter of Lincoln 
rendering 20«. yearly. 

[Lincoln.] Inq. (undated.) 

Salebi town in Lindres', 1 knight's fee (extent given), whereof 5 parts 
are of the fee of the heirs of Petronilla de Vaus, and the sixth part of the 
fee of the heirs of William de Wodetorp', by knight's service and lis. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 27. (1.) 

527. BoBBBT DE Babvill alios DE Babbvile. 

Writ, 18 May. Inq. Sunday after the feast of the apostles Peter and Paul, 
46 Hen. III. 
His daughters [Joan] , aged 10, and Alice, aged 7, are his heirs. 

Lincoln. !l^arton (extent of lands given with names of tenants enfeoffed by the 
said Bobert). 

Writ, 11 July. Inq. The morrow of St. Peter ad Vincula, 46 Hen. III. 

Lincoln. Barton, 29^ bovates and 4a. land, and 18 tofts, held of the king 
in chief by service of one sore sparrowhawk ; whereof 18 bovates and 
4a. are held by charters of enfeoffment from the said Bobert, 14 tofts 
render 32«. lljd. yearly, 7 bovates and 2 tofts are held for 43«. ; and his 
relict, holds in dower 4| bovates and 2 tofts, from which she receives S4«. 
yearly. (See Nos. 377, 570 and 666.) 

C. Hen. HI. FUe 27. (2.) 

528. Hugh de Bolebbk aU(u de Bolebech. 

Writ of extent to the sheriff of Northumberland, 23 Oct. 46 Hen. III. 

His daughters, Philippa, aged 23 and more, married to Boger de Launcastre ; 
Margery, aged 21 and more, married to Nicholas Corbet ; Alice, age variously 
stated as 16 and 17 and more, married to Walter son of William de Huntercumb 
alias Hountercumbe ; and Maud, aged 13 and 1 month, who is at Angerton 
with lady Theophania (Teffan' alias 2'hephan') her mother, and in the king's 
hand, are his heirs. 

Northumberland. Extent, Sunday before St. Martin, 47 Hen. HI. 
Dodington manor (extent given). 

Nesebith township of the same fee (extent given with names of tenants 
who pay 5s. 5d. yearly for the guard of the castle of Alnewic). 

Wethuude (alias Wettwod) town, held by Thomas de Wethwde of the 
heirs of the said Hugh of Dodington fee, by service of 1 knight's fee. 
All held of the lord of Veschi (alias J. de Vescy) by service of 1 knight's fee, 
1 mark yearly for the guard of the castle of Alnewik, and suit at the court of 
Alnewik. 

Northumberland. Extent, Tuesday (jpfore St. Martin, 47 Hen. IH. 

Angerton manor (extent given), including the brewhouse of Herteburn, 
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NoBTHUMBBBLAND. Extent, Sunday the morrow of St. Martin, 47 Hen. III. 

Stiford manor with its hamlets of Thornbg (alias Thorneburi), 
Merchingley, Spyriden, Ryding, Syeldeford (alias Seldefurd), and Le Pare, 
and the town of Bromehalwe, and tenants outside the fields of Bromehallehau 
(extent given). 

Schotley town (extent given), with 

Allerseth alias Alleriset assart, «518a. Ir. land and 194a. waste held 

by 3 free tenants. 
Waskerley hamlet, Sr. held by a cottar. 
Blakedeley (alias Blakhedley), 56a., 21a. waste, 5a. held by 8 cottars, 

and 382a. held by 4 free tenants. 
Byrkinside, 105a. 

Neubiging, 89 Ja., held by bondmen and cottars. 
The house of Kyppeyer owes 5 marks yearly, the profit of coal is 
worth J mark, the abbot of Blanchland renders 2s. 6d., and 
Thomas de Aslacbi 12d. 
Hedon (alias Heddun) manor (extent given), including hawking? for 
woodcocks (volata ad Wydecokes capiend' alias volatiV galli palustrini) worth 
2s. yearly. 

Knights' fees (in the barony of Bolebek) : — 

8 townships (unspecified), held by Richard de Gosebek andr Thomas 

de Bekering by service of 2| knights' fees. 
6 towns (unspecified), held by Robert de Insula by service of 

IJ knight's fee, excepting J fee. 
J (Echewik) town and J (Benwel) town, held by Henry de Laval 

by service of J and | knight's fee. 
4 towns (unspecified), held by Philip de Craudon (alias de 

Crawden) by service of 1 knight's fee. 
i (Biwell) town and Stokesfeld manor, held by William de Ryhill 
(alias de Riel) and Gilbert de Caldesrother, by service of 
1 knight's fee. 
(Slaueley), 1 knight's fee held by William de Slaueley. 
(Est Hidwin and Hun thank) town, held by Roger de Areynes 

(alias Darejnis) by service of J knight's fee. 
(Hidwin and Appeltreley) town, held by Robert de Westhidewin by 

service of i knight's fee. 
(Normidelton) town, held by the heirs of William de Bollesdon by 

service of J knight's fee. 
J (Benwell) town, held by Richard Kynebel (alias Kenbel) by 

service of J knight's fee. 
4 (Benwell) town, held by Joan de Ryhill (alias de Riel) by service 
of 4 knight's fee. 
There arS no advowsons of churches pertaining to the heirs of Bolebech, but 
a pension of 10 marks is due from the abbot of St. Albans, which Hugh de Bolebech 
conferred on Master John Clarel for life, and of which he is seised. 

NoBTHUMBBRLANn. Liq. Tuesday after St. Martin, 47 Hen. III. To the same 
effect as the above Extents. 

C. Hen. III. File 27. (8.) 

&29. William de S . . ibenae alias db Schybnac. 

Writ to Alan la Zuche, justice of the king's forest, 7 Feb. Inq. Wednesday 
after St. Oswald the archbishop, 46 Hen. III. 
Walter, his son, aged 36 and more, is his heir. 



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[WoRCESTBK.] Feckenham forest, a certain bailiwick held of the king in chief, 
service unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. File 27. (4.) 

530. BicHABD DE Clabe, earl of Gloucester and Hertford. 

WHt (missing). Inq. {undated.) 

On what day the earl died is unknown to the jury. 

[Wilts.] He enfeoffed John de Sulbye of 1 carucate land in Knuk and 
1 carucate in Orcheston, and the said John was in peaceful seisin thereof 
from Friday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 46 Hen. Ill, 
until Saturday after St. James the Apostle. 

WHt to the keepers of the honour of Clare, 10 Aug. Inq. Sunday after the 
Decollation of St. John (the Baptist), 46 Hen. III. on the petition of the 
earl's executors. 

[Suffolk.] Kediton manor was held by the earl in wardship through the death 
of John de Essex, who held of him in chief, and he had nothing there in 
his own demesne. 

Similar u-rit, 10 Aug. 46 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

[Norfolk.] Paneworth manor was held by the earl in wardship through the 
death of Peter de Nerford, and he had nothing there in his demesne. 

Similar writ, 10 Aug. Inq. Tuesday the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 
46 Hen. III. 

[Suffolk.] Gaysleyh manor was held by the earl in wardship through the death 
of Robert de Halsted, and he had nothing there in his own demesne. 

Similar writ, 10 Aug. 46 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) , 

[Norfolk.] Quitewell alias Wytewell manor was held by the earl in wardship 
through the death of Richerus de Quitewelle, who held of him in chief and 
he had nothing there in his own demesne. 

Similar ivnt to the escheator in co. Surrey, 10 Aug. 46 Hen. III. Inq. {undated,) 

Surrey. Acstede manor was taken to farm of Roland de Acstede by John de 
Stanegrave and William Essewyth, who demised their term to the said earl, 
but he had nothing there in fee except a tenement which he bought of John 
Carun. 

Buckingham. WHt {missing). Inq. Wednesday before the Nativity of the Blessed 
Virgin Mary, 46 Hen. III. 

Cincleberge manor was held by the earl to farm on the day of his death. 

[Essex.] Wnt {missing), Inq, St. Giles's day, 46 (Hen. III). 

Hausted manor happened to the earl in wardship after the death of 
Abel de Sancto Martino, who held it of him in chief, but the earl had 
nothing there in his demesne. 

[Glamorgan.] Inq. Sunday after Ash Wednesday, 47 Hen. III. 

Mairescross manor was held by the earl in wardship through the death 
of Richard le Butiler, with the wardship of Joan la Butilere his heir, 
daughter of William Pincerna deceased, son of John le Butiler brother of 
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of the said William claimed the manor, and also a sister of the said 
Bichard ; on account of which contention the earl retained the manor, but 
had nothing there in his demesne on the day of his death. 

Writ (missing). 

Northampton. Extent {undated). 

Rowelle borough (extent given) held by the burgesses, tenure unspecified. 

Northampton. Extent (undated). 

Eowell manor (extent given) including 704a. land in villenage in 
Overton and Fowell, tenure unspecified. 

Surrey. Extent (undated). 

Bletchingele borough (extent given), tenure unspecified. 

Surrey. Extent (undated). 

Bletchingeleye manor and advowson (extent given), tenure unspecified. 

Sussex. Extent (undated). 

Butherefeld manor and hundred (extent given), tenure unspecified. 

Hertford. Extent (undated). 

Standon borough (extent given), tenure unspecified. 

Hertford. Extent (undated). 

Standon manor (extent given), tenure unspecified. 
Popeshale, 121. rent, which the earl bought of Sir Nicholas de Kiriel, 
hospitaller of Jerusalem. They have the church to their own uses. 

Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk. Liq. (undated) of lands, &c. acquired and held in 
socage. 

Essex. Clarett manor, bought of Bobert de Valle, rendering lOL yearly at the 
king's exchequer. 

Suffolk. Couling, 20«. rent bought of Warin de Wadesel'. 

(Bury St. Edmunds), 3 parts of a mill outside St. Edmunds, with a dry 

pasture and 12a. meadow pertaining thereto, bought of Luke son of John de 

Sancto Edmundo. 

The Earl held nothing in socage in co. Norfolk of his own acquisition. 

All the above are in the extent of Desnigg', excepting Claret, which is 
extended by itself. 

And the said earl had the following from the abbot of St. Edmund for the 
restoration of peace between them. 

Essex. Manhal', Gestreford, Brening and Waleden, a messuage and 2 carucates 
land, held by John de Litleburi and his wife for life. 

Suffolk. Suthwaud manor. 

Geysleye, land and rent to the value of 4 marks. 
Brechenham, the advowson of the church. 

Gyselingham, the advowson of a moiety of the church, for which he 
renders 1 bezant or 28. yearly to the shrine of St. Edmund. 

Norfolk. Brecham, the advowson of the church. 
Bichamwell, the advowson of the church. 
Caldecot, the advowson of the church. 
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[Suffolk.] Extent (undated). 

Suthbiri manor (extent given), out of which the prior of Stok has 
5 marks yearly in alms, tenure unspecij&ed. 

Essex. Extent, 47 (Hen. III.). 

Glarett manor (extent given), bought and held as abovesaid. 

Essex. Extent (undated). 

Hersham manor (extent given), which was of Walter de Scoteny, tenure 
unspecified. 

Essex. Extent, 47 (Hen. III). 

Thacsted manor (extent given with names of tenants) tenure unspecified. 
The prior of Stoke has the church to his own uses. 

Essex. Extent, 47 (Hen. III). 

Berdefeld manor (extent given with names of tenants) tenure unspecified. 
The prior of Stoke has the church to his own uses. 

Suffolk. Extent (undated). 

Clare borough (extent given), including toll of the market and fairs of 
Wantesfortl. 

[Suffolk.] Extent (undated). 

Clare manor, excepting the borough (extent given) tenure unspecified. 
The prior of Stoke has the church to his own uses. 

Fornham, 40a. arable, 4a. meadow, court and garden, 408. tallage of 
villeins, &c. which the earl bought, rendering 2«. 6d. yearly. From the 
great court of Clare there are 20Z. in pleas, &c., and there are 4i. 8d. rents 
from certain knights' fees unspecified. 

Suffolk. Extent, 47 (Hen. III). 

Hunedene manor (extent given), from which should be subtracted 
9 marks which Avice Pojmdel receives for life for the land of Angod (extent 
f^'iven), bought by the earl, which the same Angod held of the earl by service 
of J knight's fee. The prior of Stoke has the church to his own uses. 

Suffolk. Extent, 47 (Hen. III). 

Deseniiig manor (extent given with names of tenants), including parks 
called Sutwod wood and Cumheye wood and land in Todeham. 

Lakingehuth manor (extent given) including the fishery of La Fenne. 
Tenures unspecified. 

Kent. Extent (undated). 

Elding manor (extent given), including a market called Brenchesle, 
tenure unspecified. The prior of Tonebrug' has the church to his own 

uses. 

Kent. Extent (undated). 

Lokesdale manor (extent given), bought by the earl of Eanulph 
London, rendering 11«. 8d. yearly. 

Kent. Extent (tmduted). 

Eltham manor (extent given) tenure unspecified. 

Kent. Inq. (undated.) 

Views of frank pledge, rents, knights' fees and advowsons of the honour of 
Clare :— 

(Unspecified), from J. de Kiriel 1 mark rent. 

Holeford, 2«. Id. 



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(Unspecified), from Hamo de Vieleston 1 sparrowhawk or 28., and from 
the prior of Tonebrug' Id. 

Hardres, 4«. from the view. 

Natindon, 28. 

Blen, 48. 

Tremeworth, J mark. 

Seldwich, 28. 

Diton and Slifeton, 48. 

Netlestede, 48. 

Chekesel, 48. 

Mereworth, J mark. 

Dodehurst und Pepingeburi, 1 mark. 

Wechelaston and Litlefeld hundreds, held to fee farm of the king for 
408. yearly. 

Mereworth, 2 fees held by the heirs of William de Mereworth ; and i fee 
held by Fulk de Sersted. 

Blen(and ?) in Natindon, 1 fee held by Robert de Blen. 

Tremeworth and Dodindale, IJ fee held by Walter de Letton. 

Holeford, J fee held by Bartholomew Tyson. 

Crundale, 1 fee held by Nicholas de Haulo. 

Hardres, 1 fee held by Robert de Hardres. 

Ditton, Wigebereh and Sifleton, 8J fees held by Ralph de Ditton. 

Nethlestede and Pepingeburi, 1 J fee held by Walter de WahulL 

Pettes, Chekeshull and Horsmonden, 2 fees held by Hugh de Sanford. 

Suanton, J fee held by Richard de Suanthon. 

Eltheham* a/ia8 Elteham, J fee held by Nicholas de Leuekenore, and 
i fee by Margery de Rivers. 

Meleton, 1 fee held by Robert de Sevans: the archbishop has a moiety. 

Seldwich, J fee held by Henry Malemays. 

Vieleston, 1 fee held by Hamo de Vieleston. 

Elding, the tenants owe no other tallage except St. Andrew's aid. 

Tonebrug, advowson of the priory. 

Norfolk. Extent (undated). 

Welles and Warham manors, with the advowson of Welles (extent 
given), tenure unspecified. 

Norfolk. Extent (undated). 

Brecham manor and advowson (extent given), tenure unspecified. 

Norfolk. Extent (undated). 

Cremplesham manor (extent given), tenure unspecified. The prior of 
Stoke has the church to his own uses. 

Norfolk. Extent (undated). 

Cremplesham manor (full extent with names of tenants). 

Norfolk. Extent (undated).' 

Great and Little Walsingham manor (extent given), including 108. for 
stallage at the church door, and 4 swanneries. 

Extent (or summary) of lands late of Richard, sometime earl of Gloucester, 
46 Hen. m. 

[Gloucbstbb.] Tokesburi, with the borough and liberties. 

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[Oxford.] Bureford, with the borough and liberties ; and there are yearly 
rendered by the reeve from the farm of the mill 32«. |rf. to Merlawe 
part, and the remainder to Tokesburi part. 

[Gloucester.] The court of knights and free tenants of the honour of 
Gloucester and of those of Somerset who owe suit. 

[Gloucester.] Berton Bristoll'. 

Somerset. Eston. 

[Gloucester.] Thorneburi, with the borough and its liberties. 

[Gloucester.] Fairford, with the borough and its liberties, out of which 
Ss, 8^d. are due from the farms of the mills to Merlawe part, and the 
remainder to Thorneburi part. 

[Worcester.] Hanele, with the forest of Malvern and Blakemore, with 
their liberties. 

[Gloucester.] Cors forest, with its liberties. 

[Gloucester.] Gloucester borough, the court with i of the county (court) 
with their liberties. 

[Dorset.] Furbik, with its liberties. 

[Buckingham.] Merlawe, with the borough and its liberties* 

[Buckingham.] Hameldon. 

[Buckingham.] Stiuekelle and Swanbom. 

[Oxford.] Ship ton. * 

[Oxford.] Chadelinton hundred. 

[Southampton.] Glateford. 

[Southampton.] Petresfeld. 

[Southampton.] . Mapolderham. 

[Southampton.] Cormhampton. 

[Gloucester.] Aur, with the hundred of Bladelawe. 

[ "] Bading meadow. 

[Gloucester.] Faireford, 7«. 8|rf. from the farms of the mills. 

[Oxford.] Bureford, 82s. f<f. from the farms of the mills. 
[Essex.] Taxtud, with its liberties. 

[Hertford.] Standon, with its liberties, the borough and Popeshale. 

[Northampton.] Rowell, with the borough and its liberties. 

[ ] Wyston, with its liberties. 

[Sussex.] Butherfeud, with its liberties. 

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[Suffolk.] Desninges and Lakyngl', with their liberties. 

[NoBFOLK.] WalBiiigham Great and Little, with their liheriies. 

[Norfolk.] Welles and Warham, with their liberties. 

[Essex.] Berdefeud, with its liberties. 

[SuRBEY.] Blescingell, with its liberties. 

[Suffolk.] Sutbiri, with its liberties. 

[Kent.] Heltham, with its liberties. 

[Cambridge.] Cambridge county (court), pleas and perquisites. 

[Huntingdon.] • Huntingdon county (court), pleas and perquisites. 

[Huntingdon.] Huntmgdon county (court), Ss. 6d. rent of assize. 

[Lancaster.] Lancaster county (court), 17a. 6d. rent of assize. 

Extent of the lands of R. sometime earl of Gloucester {undated and defective). 

[GiiOucBSTER.] Thokesbiri, &c. as above, with the following advowsons and 
knights' fees : — 

[Gloucester.] Thokesbiri, the custody of the abbey. 

[Buckingham.] Hameldon, the advowson of the church. 

[Gloucester.] Aur, the advowson of a moiety of the church. 

[Dorset.] Pympr', the advowson of the church. 

Fees from which wardship and marriage are due with relief : — 

Gloucester; Somerset. Shenedon and Albriston, and Bacwell (and) 
Claverham, IBJ knights' fees held by William le Sor. 

[Gloucester.] Dyckelesdon, 2J fees by William de Dyckesdon. 

[Worcester.] Eldrefeud, 1 fee by Nicholas de Berkele. 

[ ^] Stok, i fee by Thomas de Everus. 

[Gloucester.] Manegoteresfeud, 1 fee by Petronilla de Vivonia. 

[Gloucester.] Donington (and) Littleton, 6 fees by Thomas de Donington. 

[Oxford.] Bureford, J fee by G. de Panencourt. 

[Oxford.] Heyford, 1 fee by the heir of W. de Campo Emulphi. 

[ "] Caudewell, 1 fee by Nicholas de Caudewell. 

Somerset; Gloucester. Badestok and Eston, co. Somerset, and Clifton, 
CO. Gloucester, 8 fees by Ignatius de GUfton. 

Fees held by those who hold of the King in chief, from whom relief is not due : — 

Somerset. Ludeford, 2 fees by Nicholas son of Martin. 

Gloucester. Dodington, 2 fees by Henry de Berkele. 

Thokington and Swell, 8J fees by Nicholas Poynz. 

Oxindon, J fee by John de Haya. 

Botingdon and Kemerton, 1 fee by John de Muscegros. 

Eemerton, 1 fee by Robert de Stotevill. 

Walton, ^ fee by William de Eaerdif. 



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Somerset. Bodminstre and Kadeclyve, 1 fee by Maurice de Berkele. 
Welewe and Ferle, 2 fees by Henry de Monte Forti. 
Northovere, J fee by the prior of the hospital of Bruges. 

Gloucester. Clarefeud, 2 parts of 1 fee by Geoffrey de Lucy. 

[Gloucester.] Thomebiri, &c. as above, with the following advowsons and 
knights' fees : — 

[Southampton.] Forthingbrigg, the advowson of the church. 

[Dorset.] Steple, the advowson of the church. 

[Dorset.] CnoUe, the advowson of the church. 

[Gloucester.] Renden Cumb, the advowson of the chftrch. 

Knights' fees from which are due wardship and marriage : — 

[Gloucester.] Weleford and Redmerton, 1 fee held by William Camerar'. 

Gloucester. Renchewrth, ^ fee by Alice de Burgo. 

Gloucester. Hampton, 8 fees by Robert de Meysy. 

[Wilts.] Merston, J fee by John de Meysy. 

Gloucester. Rendecumb, 9J fees by Petronilla de Mar'. 

[Gloucester]; Worcester. Tyderinton, Cloptou and Claydesle in co. 
Worcester, 1 fee by William Corbet. 

Somerset. Tweverton, Bacwell and Stok, 8 J fees by Thomas de Baiocis 
and Mary his mother. 

Somerset. Trubwell, ^j^ fee by John Brutah. 

Somerset. (Unspecified) ^ fee by Robert de Waddon. 

Somerset (sic) [Wilts.] Cnuk, J fee by William de Sancto Martino ; and 
J fee by John de Eskelling. 

Gloucester. Upton, J fee by William Marmyon. 

Somerset. Newenton and Puppelawe, IJ fee by John de Sancto Laudo. 

Somerset ; Gloucester. Harpestre, Ferinton, Barewe, Westharpestre^ 
Englescumb and Haletr', co. Somerset, and Sernecote and Sodinton, 
CO. Gloucester, 21 fees by Robert de Gurney. 

Buckingham. Merlawe, &c. as above, with the following advowsons and 
knights' fees : — 

[Somerset.] Keynesham abbey, the keepership. 

[Buckinoham.] Merlawe, the advowson of the church. 

[Gloucester.] Cerneye, the advowson of the church. 

[Dorset.] Tarente Bondevile {sic), the advowson of the church. 

[Buckingham.] Wavendon, 1 fee held by Gilbert Passele. 

[Buckingham.] Horewod, 1 fee by Berner' de Horewod. 

[Bedford.] Badehston, 1 fee by Ralph Falconarius. 
Caldecot, 1 fee by Robert Chaunceys. 



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[Cambridge.] Lutelington, IJ fee by Robert Loring. 

[Buckingham.] Hamelesdon, J fee by Thomas de Sauncford. 
Walcot, i fee by Stephen de Walcot. 

[Buckingham.] Swaneburn, J fee by Nicholas de Cruce. 
Swambrok, 3 parts of 1 fee by Alan Getineleye ? 

, i fee by Master Richard de Rileby. 
Midleton, -J- fee by Thomas Toky. 
, ^ fee by Thomas Toky. 

. . bum, 

, . . by Robert .... 

Transcript of writ to the barons of the exchequer, 4 Feb., 47 Hen. Ill, to cause 
M[aud] countess of Gloucester to receive 33Z. 20rf., which the king has 
assigned to her in dower, out of the issues of the earldom of Hertford, late 
of Richard de Clare her husband. 

Extent of knights' fees late of the said earl. 

Fees from which wardship and marriage are due with relief : — 

Gloucester ; Somerset. Schenedon and Albriston, co. Gloucester, and Bacwell 
(and) Claverham, co. Somerset, 13J knights' fees held by William le Sor. 

[Glouobster.] Dikelesdon, 2J fees by William de Dickesdon. 

[Worcester.] Eldrefeud, 1 fee by Nicholas de Berkele. 

[ "] Stok, J fee by Thomas de Everus. 

[Gloucester.] Manegodesfeud, 1 fee by Petronilla de Vivonia. 

[Gloucester.] Donington and Littleton, 6 fees by Thomas de Donyngton. 

[Oxford.] Bureford, J fee by G. de Fanencurt. 

Heyrford, 1 fee by the heir of W. de Campo Ernulphi. 
Caudewell, 1 fee by Nicholas de Caudewell. 

Gloucester; Somerset. Radestok and Eston, co. Somerset, and Clifton, co. 
Gloucester, 3 fees by Ignatius de Clifton. 

Fees from which nothing is due but relief : — 

[Cambridge ; Huntingdon.] Swafham, Folkesworth, Walton and Stilton, 
10 fees held by the earl of Oxford. 

[ ] Ameye, 2 fees by the same earl. 

[Bedford.] Hineldon and Chelfiston, 4 fees by John Traylay. 

[Oxford.] Chaldelinton, J fee by Baldwin de Insula. 

[Somerset.] Trupwell, \ fee by the abbot of Flexele. 

[j "] Norton, \ fee by Gilbert de Dunfraumvill. 

Mideleston, 1 fee by William de Canti Lupo. 

[Somerset.] Miriet, 1 fee by Nicholas de Mirieton. 

[ ] Bidecumbe, J fee by the prior of St. John, Bristol. 

[Somerset.] Stokwod, J fee by the abbot of Keynesham. 

[Oxford.] Ampton Gaye, J fee by the abbot of Osn', 



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Memorandum of a wiit to the keepers of the honour of Clare, dated 18 January, 
to cause M. countess of Gloucester to have full seisin of this last part to be 
held in dower ; and also to assign to her one bovate land and the advowson 
of Adelingflet church. 

Transcript of a writ to the said keepjers, dated 8 July, the king has granted to 
Gilbert de Clare, son and heir of Richard de Clare sometime earl of Gloucester, 
all the fruits of this autumn, viz. — of the 47th year of his reign, of all the 
lands, &c. which were his father's, for which he is to account at the king's 
exchequer, saving to William de Valencia, the king's brother, 600/. from the 
lands which have been cultivated at the king's costs, and from the issues of 
the manors of Retherfeud, Blescingelt, Berdefeud, Sutbiri, Deseninge, 
Lakinghith, Wallingham, Welles and Warham, and saving to Maud late 
the wife of the said earl the fruits of those lands in Deseminges, Walling- 
ham, Welles and Warham, which at her own costs she caused to be 
cultivated before her assignment of dower; and has granted to the said 
Gilbert for a fine of l,000i. the fruits of all the said lands for the following 
year, saving to the king's said brother other 500/., if the king is bound to 
him in so much, and if not the residue to remain to the king. They are 
therefore commanded to cause the said Gilbert to have full seisin of the lands 
in the form aforesaid. 

Memorandum that in the same manner it was commanded to the keepers of the 
honour of Gloucester, saving to the king's said brother the issues of the 
manor of Bissele in part payment of the said debt ; and similarly to the 
escheator citra Trentam, saving to the king's said brother the issues of the 
manor of Wiston. 

Extent of tenements and fees late of Richard de Clare, earl of Gloucester and 
Hertford in co. Cambridge {undated). 

Cambridge. Litlington, J fee held by John de Huntingefield ; J fee by Walter 
de Neketon ; the view of frank pledge 1 mark ; and the advowson of the 
church. 

Abbinthon, 4«. (rent). 

Melrith, 8«. rent of assize, and the view lOs. ; and the prior of Croy- 
roys holds one carucate land in frank almoin. 

Karleton, 1 fee held by William de Huntingfeld ; and the view 4«. 

Guldenemprden, the view 10«. 

Tadeleweye and Pincote, the view i mark. 

Thofth, the view 2«. 

Botekesham, 1 fee held by William son of Martin, and John de Darlee ; 
and 12/. 5^. rent of assize. 

Orewell, 2 fees held by the earl of Winchester. 

Croyroys, 6d. rent of assize from Richard de Harleston. 

Croyroys Priory, the advowson lately acquired, of which Peter de Roph* 
was patron, who held of the king in chief. 

Angleseye Priory, the advowson. 

Bodekesham and Croyroys, pleas, &c. of courts 40«. 

Extent of tenements and fees, &c. (as above), in co. Huntingdon {vndaled). 

Huntingdon. Great Grantesden, i fee held by Adam Gerebaud and Guy de 
Merlawe; 80a. land held in serjeanty by John de Kakeston, bailiff of 
the fees in the same town, by 6s. 5d. rent ; and a tenement by the 
prior of Dipeden in frank almoin ; and the view of frank pledge lis. 

Grantesden, and Topesfeud, co. Essex, J fee held by Hugh Sansaver, 
William le Waleys, and William Sansaver, 



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Wolvele, 1 fee, delivered to Hervey de Borham whilst the heir remained 
in wardship ; and the view 8a. 

Graffham, ^ fee held by Robert de Graffam of Henry de Engayne and 
by him of the earl in chief ; and the view 2s. 

Sautre and Pappeworth, 1 fee held by Robert de Beumes; J fee formerly 
held of Nigel de Mondevile of the honour of Lovethot, and the said Nigel 
held i fee of the king in fee ; and the view 2^. 

Folkeswode, the view 2s. 

Walton, the view 2«. 

Trerning, Graffam, Hoford, Hemmingeford and Trobevile, f fee of the 
honour of Lovetotht held by Beringer le Moyne, which the earl had of the 
abovesaid Nigel, and he held of the king in chief. 

Stilton, ^ fee held by the prior of Rismede of the fee of Lovethot ; and 
the view 2s. 

Winewich, 1 fee of the said honour held by Robert Cardon and the 
heirs of Geoffrey de Kackeston, which the earl had of John de Litleburi and 
his wife. 

Geddihg and Lollington, 1} fee of the said honour, held by the prior of 
Huntindon. 

Suho, J fee held for life by John de Mondevile, with reversion to the 
earl or his heirs ; and i fee similarly held for life by John de Lithleburi and 
Mariota his wife ; and whenever the tenants of the said honour do suit at 
Suho court, the pleas, &c. are worth 20s. 

St. Neot's, the advowson of the priory. 

DoBSBT. Writ to the sheriff of Dorset to make extent of the fees of the earl 
according to a former mandate. 11 Jan. 48 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Deuelliss, 1 fee. 
Litlefroma, 6 fees. 
Bakeber, 1 fee. 
Acford, 4 fees. 
Gondevileston, 1 fee. 
Hamma, 1 fee. 
Femham, 1 fee. 
Pentrich, 1 fee. 
Gnolton, 1 fee. 
Hupwymborn, 1 fee. 
Piterichesham and Graneburn, ^ fee. 
Tar' Russ', 1 fee. 
Wychampton, 5 fees. 
Bywesteport, | fee. 
Alfrington, i fee. 

G. Hen. III. File 27. (5.) 

531. R[ichabd], sometime eabl of Glougesteb. 

Writ {misnng), Inq. (undated.) 

[Buckingham.] Brikull manor was formerly held by Philip Luvel rendering Id. 
yearly, of Nicholas de Wauncy, who afterwards gave the lordship to the 
said earl. On the death of the said Philip the earl took the manor into his 
own hands, and seised Philip the son thereof, who brought a deed of 
enfeoffment from his father. The said Philip was in seisin for 15 weeks 
at least, and then the earl took the manor to farm of him for 10 years, 
and died within that term, holding the manor at farm only. 

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162 INQUISITIONS. 

532. William de Essebt. 

Writ (missing). Inq. Sunday after St. Luke 46 Hen. III. 

Northampton. Esseby and elsewhere. The king committed the wardship of 
the lands and marriage of the heirs to Balph son of Nicholas, who sold the 
marriage with the greater part of the lands to Thomas de Estleye, who 
married Robert, son and heir of the said William, to his own daughter, and 
afterwards sold the wardship of the said lands to the said Robert and his 
mother for 80 marks. The said Robert died J year within age, without heir 
of himself, after which the said Thomas married William his brother, who 
was within age, to a daughter of Thomas de Elinton, and he is still within 

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533. John le Abblasteb. 
Writ, 15 Feb. 46 Hen. III. Inq. {missing). 

534. John de Moniton alias de Muneton. 

Mandate from William de Welond, the king's escheator, to the escheator of 
Salop, reciting writ dated 21 Feb. 47 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
His sisters, Alice aged 28, Agnes aged 26, and Margery aged 25, are his 

heirs. 

Salop. Muneton manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service of 
being forester of Bismor and Hauechurst. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 27. (9.) 

535. RoGEB DE Leton. 

Writ, 25 Dec. 47 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Adam his son, aged 82, is his heir. 

Salop. Leton. 4 virgates land, held of the king in chief by service of 40d., 
whereof 1 in demesne with capital messuage, 4s. S^d. rent of assize, and 
2 hens and 20 eggs. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 27. (10.) 

536. Thomas de Bubghunte alias Bubhunte. 

Writ, to the sheriff of Southampton, 15 June, 47 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Bichard his son, aged 15, is his heir. 

Southampton. (Unspecified,) two knights' fees held of Sir Eobert de Sancto 
Johanne by knights' service. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 27. (11.) 

537. John le Bbun. 

Writ, 8 Jan. 47 Hen. III., to enquire into the lands, &c. of the said John, who 
held of Baldwin de Insula, sometime earl of Devon in chief ; Thomas his 
brother having entered upon the lands, &c. as his heir, but Emma, late 
his wife, having now borne a daughter and heir to the said John, whose 
wardship and marriage ought to pertain to the king by reason of the ward- 
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[Essex.] Inq. (undated.) 

(Arkesden.) 180a. arable in demesne, 4a. meadow, 6a. pasture, 
13a. wood, Sis. 6d, rent of assize, &c. tenure unspecified. 
The jury say they know of no other heir than the said Thomas, who was 
placed in seisin 5 months and more ago by the steward of Baldwin de Insula. 

C. Hen. III. File 27. (12.) 

538. Baldwin db Whitsond alias be Wytsaund alias de Witsand. 

Writ to the guardian of the peace, co. Essex, 8 Aug. 47 Hen. III. 

Writ {de melius inquirendo), 12 Dec, 48 Hen. III. 

His four daughters, the eldest aged 5 years and the youngest 15 weeks, are 
his heirs. 

Essex. Inq. (undated.) 

Stanbum manor, held in chief of Humphrey de Bonn, earl of Her [e] ford, 
of the honour of Maundevill, by service of 1 J knights' fee. 

Perendon manor held of the king in chief as of the honour of Boulogne 
by knight's service. 

Essex. Inq. (undated.) 

Stamburn. A messuage, 202a. land, 11a. meadow and pasture, and 4a. 
wood, held of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hertford (sic), by service of 3 
knights ; 9a. land held of the prior of Chyppelye rendering 4d. ; 8a. land held 
of Eustace de Grynvil for 1 lb. pepper ; and 2 works weekly of the fee of the 
earl of Hereford. 

pSssBX.] Inq. (undated.) 

(Pemdon.) A messuage, the advowson of the church, 240a. arable in 
demesne, 40a. wood, 12a. meadow, 4a. pasture, lis. 9d. rent of assize, &c. 
held of the honour of Boulogne, which is in the king's hands, by service of 
1 knight ; and 180a. arable held of the abbot of Byleye, the Hospitallers, and 
William Passemer, rendering J mark yearly. 

Reyndon. 8a. meadow held of the Templars, rendering ^ mark yearly ; 
and 9a. meadow of John Adrien, rendering 9s. yearly to a certain warden 
of a hospital outside Hertford. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 27. (18.) 

539. Nicholas de Mebiet. 

Mandate from the king's escheator to the sheriff and escheator of co. Somerset 

reciting writ (undated). Inq. (undated.) 

John his son, aged 21 and more from St. Kenelm's day, 47 [Hen. HI] , is his 
heir. 

Somerset. Meriet, Lopene and Stratton, 1 knight's fee held of the king in chief, 
and another knight's fee held of the earl of Gloucester. 

C. Hen. III. File 27. (14.) 

540. Nicholas de Bebeeleye. 

Writ to the guardians of the honour of Gloucester,12 Jan. 47 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Giles de Berkeleye his brother, aged 22 on the day of St. John the Baptist, 
46 Hen. Ill, is his heir. 

[WoBCESTEB.] Eldresfelde, 1 knight's fee held in chief of B. de Glare, sometime 
earl of Gloucester, by service of 1 knight. 

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164 INQUISITIONS. 

541. Aylbioh alias Eylbich, sometime parker of Wodestok. 

Writ, 14 Sept. 47 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

He died without heir of his hody, and therefore the land is the king's 
escheat. 

Oxford. Wottun. i virgate land held of the king rendering 4d. yearly. 

Bichard son of Bichard le May now holds it by rendering 4d. to the king ; 
Eleanor de Viteri (?) held it in dower, and Bichard the father had no right there 
except through her. 

Hensintun. 1 virgate land held for 

C. Hen. III. File 27. (16.) 

542. Henbt Luvbl. 

Mandate from the king's escheator to the escheator of co. Somerset, reciting 
tt>rit dated 5 Sept. 47 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Bichard his son, aged 28, is his heir. 

SoMBBSBT. Eary manor held of the king in chief for a whole barony by service 
of finding kwo knights in the army with the king at his own charge for 40 
days. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 27. (17.) 

543. Bboinald lb Fobbstbb. 

Writf 4 Aug. Inq. Thursday the morrow of the Assumption, 47 Hen. III. 
(defaced). No heir specified. 

[Bebks.] Cokham. 1 hide land held of the king by charter by service of 5«. 
yearly. 

Watham Abbatis Oertes'. S carucates land held of Sir William de 
Wyndr, of the abbot of Certese, of the prior of Hurle, of Bichard de Hurle, 
[and] of Walter • . wyne, services unspecified. 

The office of forester held of the king by 10«. yearly. 
[Oxford.] Linham. 2 carucates land held of the lord of Angre for J knight's 
fee. (See No. 614.) 

C. Hen. III. File 27. (18.) 



544. Pbtbonilla db la Mabb. 

Writ to the guardians of the honour of Gloucester, 24 Ap., 47 Hen. III. Inq. 
(undated.) 

William de la Mara, her son, is her heir, and of full age. 

[Gloucbstbb] . Byndecombe manor, 2 carucates land, 2 mills, and 68«. 6d. 
rent of assize held of the honour of Gloucester. 

Herdenewyk. 2 carucates of land and 59«. rent of assize similarly held. 
Sebbescumbe. 463. 9d. rent held of John de Muntchenesy doing 2 suits 
of court yearly. 

Eleworthe. 10s. 6d. rent of the fee of the said John. 
The above tenements, with others held by other tenants unknown to the 
jury, are held by service of 9J knights' fees. 

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545. BOBBRT LE BOTILLER alioS LE BoTBLEB. 

WrU, 6 Dec. 47. 

Richard le Boteler his brother, aged 80 and more, is his heir. 

[Cambbidgb.] Extent {u7idated). 

Beche manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by J knight's fee. 

[Hertford.] Extent (undated). 

Mesdon manor and advowson (extent given), tenure unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 27. (20.) 

546. Isabel Daubeni alias Daubenet. 

WHt, 22 Jan. Inq. 9th of the calends of Feb., 47 Hen. HI. 
William Daubeney her son, aged 30 and more, is her heir. 

[Bedford.] Caynho manor (extent given) held as head of a moiety of a barony, 
together with one carucate in AmethuUe, of the king in chief by the homage 
and relief of a moiety of a barony, and by service of 1 knight or 2 Serjeants 
when the king goes in the army in person. 12^ knights' fees are contained 
in the moiety of the barony, and 15 carucates of land have been granted in 
alms by ancestors from the barony. 

C. Hen, III. File 28. (1.) 

547. Geoffrey Punsard alias Punzard. 

Writ, 8 Jan. 47 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated and defective.) 

William, son of Lawrence son of the said Geoffrey, aged 10, would be his 
heir if legitimate (but the jury know not ?) if he is so or not. 

[Berks.] Hungerford. A messuage and 2 bovates land with a meadow, held of 
the king in chief by service of finding withies for hanging up pieces of meat 
in the king's kitchen (harde ad laquand' pecias camium in coquina) ; 
1 virgate land held of the earl of Leicester rendering 6(2. yearly ; also 
9$. 8d. rent of assize. 

Sandon. i virgate land held of William de Britenoles rendering lid. 
and 4 capons. 

Hulle. i virgate land, 8a. wood, 2a. meadow, and 2a. land in New 
Croft held of Roger de Ingepenne, service unspecified ; also lis. 6d. rent of 
assize. 

Wilts. Dunmulne. i virgate land and a water mill held of the fee of Cherleton, 
and it renders Id. yearly to John de Chereburg. (See No. 642.) 

C. Hen. III. File 28. (2.) 

548. Theobald db Englbschevill. 

Writ, 25 March. Inq. Wednesday before Pentecost, 47 Hen. III. 
He died without heir and the land is the king's escheat. 

Devon. Wobumeford. 1 carucate land and 61. rent held for 1 fee of the fee 
of the earl of Gloucester, and the lord of that place can take 20$. aid. The 
land was the escheat of king John through Luke, son of John le Normaund, 
who was not at the king's fealty, and descended to the present king, who 
gave it to the said Theobald and his heirs for his homage and service, 
rendering 1 pair of gilt spurs yearly, price 6d. (See No. 509.) 

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166 INQUISITIONS. 

549. Joan de Netile. 

Writ, 20 Jan. 47 Hen. III. 

William de Sancto Martino, aged 82, is her heir. 

Wilts. Inq. {undated.) 

Dune. 2 carucates land held of the king in chief by service of ^ of i of 
2 knights' fees. 

DoBSBT. Inq. (tmdated.) 

Sutton. 80J. land held of the king in chief by service of i knight's fee. 
Pidele. 61. land held of Sir Alfred Lincoll' by service of i knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 28. (4.) 

550. BOBBBT LB BlTTND. 

Writ (missing). Inq. Wednesday before St. Matthew, 47 Hen. III. 

[NoBPOLK.] Norwich. A messuage held of the king in chief. 

Reginald de Cressy, parson of churches, had a bastard daughter, Isabel, 
whom he enfeoffed of the said messuage. Robert le Blund took her to wife and 
they had a son, Reginald, who eight years ago withdrew from England, and 
because the jury know not whether he is alive or dead and there is no other heir, 
the messuage has been taken into the king*s hands, and delivered to the bailiffs 
of Norwich until the king shall direct what he wills. 

C. Hen. III. File 28. (5.) 

551. John db Gatbsdbn. 

Writ to the sheriff of Sussex, 1 July, 47 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Sussex. Hecton manor. 

Thomas de Audeham and Isabel his wife were in peaceful seisin of the 
manor for 4 days after the said John's death, until ejected by the subescheator. 
(Comp. Nos. 454 and 706.) 

C. Hen. III. File 28. (6.) 

552. Hbnby de Neeeton alias db Neeetune. 

Writ, 9 May, 47 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

William his son, aged 40 and more, is his heir. 

Essex. Terlenges. 360a. arable, 8a. meadow, 3a. pasture, profits of court, wood 
and mills, 62. Os. 4|(i. rent of assize, customs &c. and 60 eggs price 1^. ; 
one knight's fee held of the king, and two of Sir Robert de Brus. 

C. Hen. III. File 28. (7.) 

553. Emma Talebot alias Thalabot. 

Writy 4 Dec. 47 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Philip Thalabot, her son, aged 22, is her heir. 

[ .] (Unspecified.) A messuage, 80a. land, la. meadow and 24«. Id. 

rent, held of the bishop of London in chief, by rendering yearly to 
Stortford Castle ds. for guard, and 3«. sheriff's aid. 

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HENRY III. 167 

554. Robert (son of Hbrbebt) de Lucy. 

Writ, 28 Dec. 47 Hen. III. Inq, {undaUd,) 

Robert his son, aged 12 on the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist 
next, is his heir. 

[DoBSBT.] Hamme. 100s. land held in chief of the earl of Gloucester. 

Famam. 40«. land, similarly held. 

Stubhamtune and Tarente. 40^. land, similarly held. 

ToUard. 4Z. land, similarly held. 

Up Vinbome. J knight's fee, viz. — ^William le Brut held it of the 
said Robert, who held that and other fees in Devon and Cornwall of the said 
earl by service of 2^ fees. 

ToUard. 42. land held of Maud Lungespehe by service of ^ fee ; and 2 
virgates land held of the abbess of Fescome by socage. 

Ghurethel. 10 marks land held of the countess of Lincoln by service of 
I tee. 

Upetone. 8 virgates land held of the abbess of Wilton by service of 
serjeanty. 
Alice, late the wife of the said Robert, is not yet dowered. 

Writ to the sheriff of Wilts, 11 Mar., 47 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Wilts. ToUard, a moiety of the manor was held by the said Robert in chief of 

Richard, sometime earl of Gloucester. 

The wardship of the said moiety after the death of Herbert, father of the 
said Robert, who was then under age, by reason of the wardship of the lands of 
the earl, who was then under age and in the king's wardship, was wholly in the 
king's hands for about three years, until he sold it to Sir Geoffrey le Chamberlein. 
Sir WUliam Lungeespeye used to take scutage of ^ knight from the said Robert, 
but whether from this manor or another the jury know not. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 28. (9.) 

555. RoGEB DE Hetok. 

Writ, 24 Nov. 47 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

WUliam, his son, aged 80 and more, is his heir. 

[Lancasteb.] Brone ? 8 bovates land held of the king in chief rendering 10s. 
yearly. 

Westeshum. 8 bovates land held of the king in chief rendering 4s. 
yearly. 

Grimesarg. ^ carucate land held of the king in chief rendering 3s. 
yearly, and William de Grimesargh holds it of him rendering the same. 

Heton. 1 carucate land held of Sir Geoffrey de Chetham rendering 
10s. yearly ; and another carucate of Adam de Hotton rendering 19id. 

Ursewyk. 4 bovates land held of WUliam, son of John, son of Alexander 
de Hyton, rendering 5s. 4td. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 28. (10.) 

556. Robebt de Boumes alias de Beumeys. 

Writ, 18 May, 47 Hen. III. Extent {undated.) 
Reginald, his son, aged 40, is his heir. 

[HuKTiNODON.] Sautre manor (extent given), held of the earl of Gloucester in 
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Pappewurth, 61. 0$. 6d. rent of assize, «tc. similarly held by service of 
i knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 28. (11.) 

557. Adam db Beysin. 

Writ {misinng). 

He died on the feast of St. Lucy, 19 years ago. Bobert, his son, aged 21 at 
the feast of the Assumption last, is his heir. 

Stafford. Inq. Saturday after St. Matthew, 47 Hen. III. 

Asshole, i oli fee held of the king in chief by service of i mark when 
scutage happens. 

Longenolre township, held of John de Perles by service of ^ mark. 
Hydeslond. 1 virgate land held of the prio): of Lappele by service of is. 
Eton township, held of Sir lUchard de Stretton and the dean of 
the church of Wolverenhampton by service of 6s. 

All the above are in the hand of Sir William de Everoys by the 
delivery of Lady Sibyl Giffard, to whom the king granted the wardship of the 
said tenements. 

Salop. Inq. (undated and defaced.) 

Wrkiton and Walkeslawe manor (extent given) held of the king in chief 
by service of keeping one of the king's goshawks until Michaelmas yearly, 
or until the king's mandate, and then to bring it to the king and remain at 
the Court during the season, taking 5Jd. per day and eating in the king's 
house, and taking 2 robes yearly, and the king shall restore him his horse if 

his horse ; and after the close of the season he ought to 

take the hawk back to his own country and mew it at his own cost, and if 
it should die, he ought to bring to the king its feet and tail. 

Billingesley manor (extent given), held of the abbot of Ses by service of 
6 marks yearly ; but Mabel de Beysin his mother held ^ of the manor 
in dower, with the demesne and capital messuage and survived him. 

Silviton manor (extent given), held of the abbot of St. Bemy by 
service of Ms. yearly. 

[Burwardele,] i of the manor (extent given), held of the prior of 
Wenlak by service of eating with the prior on St. Milburgh's day .... 
his dinner on that day, and doing suit at his court of Burton. (See 
No. 503.) 

C. Hen. III. File 28. (12.) 

558. JoHK DE Plessetis alias de Plascetis, babl of Waewick. 

Wnt, 7 Mar. 47 Hen. III. 

Hugh, his son, aged variously stated as 24 and more, 25 or more, and 26, is 
his heir. 

[Oxford.] Extent (undated). 

Okenardton manor, held of the king in chief, together with the manors 
of Kedelinton and Bradeham, by service of one barony, finding in the king's 
army 2 knights or 4 (or? 3) Serjeants for 40 days at his own cost. 

[Oxford.] (Extent undated). 

Kedelinton manor, held as abovesaid by service of 8 Serjeants. 
Musewell manor, held of the abbot of Messenden rendering 2 marks 
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[Buckingham.] Inq. Thursday in Easter week, 47 Hen. III. 

Messenden, ^ knight's fee, held of the honour of Giffard, doing 
service to the earl of Leicester of 5$. yearly for view of frank pledge and 
scutage for i fee. 

Salop. Inq. {wndated.) 

Stottesden manor (extent given), held of the.king in chief by service of 
1 knight's fee. 

Mandate from the king's escheator to the escheator of co. Berks, reciting the 
above writ. Inq. {imdated.) 

Berks. Morton. 5^ virgates land held of the inheritance of Christina daughter 
of Hugh de Sanford, sometime his wife, by service of ^ knight's fee. 

West Witteham. 9J virgates land similarly held of S. de Monte Forti, 
earl of Leycester, of the honour of Giflfard, by service of J knight's fee. 

Writ, 8 March, 47 Hen. HI. Ettent (undated), 

Warwick. Warwick castle, with the manor and honour, held by the said earl for 

life and not in fee. 

Breyles manor, similarly held for life, pertaining to the honour of the 

earldom of Warwick. 

The above lands, &c. ought to pertain to Sir William Maudit after the said 
earl's death, because Alice Maudit his mother, whose heir he is, would have had 
the said lands by hereditary right, if surviving. 

Writ {de eseaeta), to the sheri£F of Buckingham, 18 March, 47 Hen. III. Inq. 
(undated.) 

[Buckingham.] Bradenham manor was not the escheat of Humphrey de 
Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, through the death of Margery, sometime 
countess of Warwick ; for Humphrey de Bohun his grandfather gave the 
manor in free marriage to Henry de Oylly with Maud his sister, who had 
a son Henry and two daughters : Henry the younger had the manor for life 
and died without heir of himself, and the right in the manor descended to the 
daughters, from the elder of whom issued Thomas earl of Warwick and one 
Margery; the said Thomas had the manor for life and died without 
heir of himself, and the said Margery also ; but from the younger sister, 
aunt of the said Margery, came one Walter de Daventre, and the 
jury believe that whilst there are any heirs of the younger sister the 
manor cannot be the escheat of the said Humphrey. After the death of the 
said Margery the said Humphrey obtained seisin of the manor for 15 days, 
because he understood that it was his escheat, and by his grant at the king's 
instance the late earl of Warwick held it for life. 

Writ of seisin, 22 March, 47 Hen. III. Inq. Thursday in Easter week. On the 
petition of Hugh de Aungervill. 

[Warwick.] Lodbroc manor. On Sunday the morrow of St. Matthias the 
Apostle about the evening hour, the sun still shining, came the said Hugh, 
bringing a deed which he had of the gift of the said earl of Warwick, and a 
letter patent from the earl to his constable of Warwick or reeve of Lodbroc, to 
place the said Hugh in full seisin of the manor, which the reeve did ; and the 
said Hugh removed him and instituted his own reeve, and continued in 
peaceful possession until the following Sunday, when he was expelled by a 
servant of Sir W. Maudut and others. The jury know nothing of the day 
or hour of the said earl's death. 

C. Hen. III. File 28. (13.) 



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170 INQUISITIONS. 

559. Hugh de Cbbssy. 

Writ, 24 April, 47 Hen. III. 

Stephen de Creasy, his brother, aged 40 and more, is his heir. 

[Kbnt.] Extent (undated), 

Herietesham manor, held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's 
fee pertaining to the barony of Peverel. 

[Kent.] Extent (undated), 

Trotteclieve manor, held of the bishop of Rochester by service of J 
knight's fee. 

[ ] Inq. Wednesday the vigil of the Ascension (frctg- 

ment). 

. . . . 2 knights' fees, held by service of 2 knights' fees. 

[Suffolk.] Extent, Tuesday after St. John ante Portam Latinam, 47 Hen. m. 
Bliburg' manor (extent given), including S9a. heath and pasture in 
Launde, held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee. 

[Suffolk.] Reydon manor, held of the heirs of Sir Walter son of Robert ; 
whence Lady Isabel de Cresy receives 34Z. yearly in dower. 
Ruchaye, held of John Roscelin who takes 100s. yearly. 
Glemham, held of Sir John Grey by 1 knight's fee. 

NoBFOLE. Horsford manor, held of the king of Almain, service unspecified. 

[Norfolk.] Ling manor, held of Sir Peter de Sabadia, service unspecified. 

Ketteringham manor, held of the earl of Oxford by the courtesy of 
England, service unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. File 28. (14.) 

560. William de Bello Alneto alias de Belaulkey. 

Writ, to the Justices of Eyre at Winchester. 10 April, 47 Hen. III. Inq. 
(undated.) Because William Maudut, Robert de Sancto Johanne and James 
le Sauvage claim the wardship of the lands and heir of the said W^illiam, 
which pertain to the king, as is said, by reason of the castle of Porchester. 

[Southampton.] Belauney and Burghunte. J knight's fee held of Sir William 
Mauduyt by service of ^ knight's fee ; and ^ knight's fee held of Thomas de 
Burghunte by service of J knight's fee, whose son is in the wardship of 
Robert de Sancto Johanne by reason of a fee held of him. 

Belauney. J acre land held of the fee of William Mauduyt, and rated 
before R. Passelewe, &c., at 4id. because it was within the bounds of the 
forest. 

Wanstede. J virgate land held of Walter de Bellingham by service of 
16d. yearly. 

Burhunte. ^ virgate land held of Henry de Burhunte by service of 12(1. 
yearly. 

He held nothing of the king in chief, nor of James le Sauvage ; and the 
wardship of his heir pertains to William Mauduyt by reason of the J knight's 
fee held of him in Belauney and Burhunte. 

C. Hen. III. File 28. (15.) 

561. Philip de Ghaungt aUa^s de Chansi. 
William his son, aged 25, is his heir. 



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HENRY III. 171 

Writf 12 Sept. Inq. Tuesday after the exaltation of the Holy Gross, 47 
Hen. III. 

Lincoln. Suinhop, 1 knight's fee held of the king in chief; and 1^ knights 
fee held of Peter de Saune. 

Walesby and Bleseby, 1 fee, whereof Walter de Walesby holds 3 parts, 
and Boger de Bleseby holds a fourth part. 

Wigleton, J fee held of the king, which he gave to William, his son, 
long before he died, who is in full seisin thereof from Whitsunday last. 

Thurleby, 1 fee, which William de Blakevill holds ; doing to the king 
for all these tenements service of 1 knight or 2 Serjeants when the king's 
person shall go in the army. 

Steinton, 4^ bovates land held, of the inheritance of his wife, of Sir 
Bobert de Nevill, service unspecified. 

C. Hen. HI. File 28. (16.) 

562. AiiABDus L£ Flemeng. 

Writ (misiing). 

Sussex. Extent, 47 Hen. III. Endorsed with memorandum about the assignment 
of the manors of Puleburgh, Saperton or Bisendon in dower. 

Pulberwe manor and advowson (extent given), including lands at 
Heybum a member of Pulberwe, and a pasture called Stapelbroc. The 
advowson of Bigwyte church also pertains to the manor. 

Gloucester. Extent, 47 Hen. III. 

Saperton manor and advowson (extent given), tenure unspecified. 
Alice late the wife of John le Flemeng, brother of the said Alardus, receives 
^ of the rents and works of customers in dower. 

C. Hen. III. FOe 28. (17.) 

563. Hamo de Cbeuequbb alias de Gbeuebr, de Cbeweeb and Maud de Avebeng* 
alias DE AvEBENCHES, DE Havebenges, sometime his wife. 

Writ, 6 April, 47 Hen. III. 

Bobert de Creuker, son of Hamo de Creweker the yoimger, and nephew {nepos) 
of the said Hamo deceased, aged 24 and more, is his heir. 

[Rent.] Inq. {undated.) Chatham manor, held of the king in chief by 
barony. 

[Kent.] Inq. {undated.) 

Ledes manor held of the king in chief and it pertains to the barony of 
Chattham. 

[Kent.] Extent {undated). 

Bokingefaud manor held of the king in chief as member of Ghetham 
manor which is held by barony ; a tenement called Beggebroc held of 
William de Sey rendering 56s. 8d. yearly ; a tenement held of the prior of 
Tunebruge rendering 32d. ; a tenement held of the prior of Christ Church, 
Canterbury, rendering a buck and 2d.; a tenement held of Thomas de 
Bogingefaude and Bichard de Stotmerhelle rendering lid. ; and a tenement 
held of Bichard de Leveshote and Nicholas Golie rendering 4d. The 
abovesaid Bobert, son of Hamo de Creuequer the younger, is heir of the manor 
of Bogingefaud; but of all the residue of the tenements Matthew de 
Creuequer, aged 40 and more, Bobert de Creuequer, aged 30, Hamo de 
Creuequer son of the said Hamo, and Bobert de Creuequer, John de Creuequer, 
and Thomas de Creuequer, sons of Hamo the younger, are heirs of Hamo 
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[Kent.] Extent (undated). Farleg manor held of the king in chief as member 
of Chatham manor. 

Terstan manor similarly held. 

Writ, to the sheriff of Essex. 6 April, 47 Hen. III., concerning lands held by 
the said Hamo of the inheritance of the said Maud, sometime his wife. 
The said Hamo, who married Maud, sister and heiress of William de 
Averenches, begat of her four daughters, viz. — Agnes married to John de Sand- 
wyco, Iseult (Isolda, Isouda), who was married to Nicholas de Lenham and had 
one son, name John, now aged 12, Ellen alias Eleanor married to Bartholomew 
de Kyriul, alias Bertram de Criel, and Isabel married to Henry de Gaunt ; and 
the said Agnes, John, Ellen and Isabel are heirs of the said Maud. 

[Essex.] Extent (undated). 

Elsenham manor (extent given), held of the heirs of Maud de 
Averenges. 

[Essex.] Extent (undated). 

Morton manor (extent given), similarly held. 

[Hbbtpord.] Extent, Wednesday after St. Barnabas, 47 Hen. III. 

Aldeberi manor (extent given), similarly held of the honour of Berk- 
hamstede by service of 81. rent. 

[Essex.] Extent, Sunday before St. Barnabas, 47 Hen. III. 

Helseneham manor (extent given), similarly held of the honour of 
Maundevil as pertaining to the barony of Folkestan. 

[Berks.] Extent, Saturday after St. Barnabas, 47 Hen. Ill (defective). 

Boclond manor and advowson (full extent given), including lands in 
Nortfeld and Sutfeld, a profit of swans on the banks of the Thames, and 
customs called ' Gershenese ' and ' Gersherthe ' ; two carucates land, held by 

Bobert de Hetford, knt 1 knight's fee; 1 carucate by 

William de Newyntune by service of i fee ; service of J knight's fee done by 
the heirs of William de Berekote for land which they hold of William de 
Bovile in Berekote; and service of J knight's fee done by Ha wis de 

Earendone for 1 carucate de Inglesham; all 

similarly held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee, and another 
by 4:0s. yearly to the prior of Nugun. 

[Kent.] Inq. Monday after the quinzaine of Easter, 47 ? Hen. III. (defaced). 

Foclistane cdias Folcstane manor (extent given), including rents in 

Halcham, Neuhintune and Hachingre, similarly held, service unspecified. 

The lands, &c. of the said Maud ought to pertain to her four daughters and 
their heirs (as above). 

[Kent.] Extent, Monday after the octave of Holy Trinity, 47 Hen. III. 
(defective and defaced). 

Folkestone manor (full extent given), including wrecks, and the follow- 
ing members, &c. : — 

Waletune with a barton, land in the fields of Pi , 

Bertonesgate, Dowberthe ?, la Redelonde, Quedwelle, Iseneforelang, 
Chalvecroft, Stodwes on la Dune, a pasture under the cUff, a park 
about IJ league (letu:am) in circuit, and woods called Herstlinge 
and Beindene. 
Terlingeham, with fields at the gate of the barton and in Bumfeld, 
la Marlinge, Bertonesdone, Kingesdone ?, BuckknoUe, Bernesdane, 
Nort Knolle, Kellingesdene, Chelkedefeld, Golthorne, Newelond, 
Holemed, under Oregrove, Bromfeld, and Gorst, and pasture in 
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Newetun, with the fields of Kulese, Byestecurt, furlong under la Dune, 
Belcheberche and la Ponde. 

Knights' fees (unspecified), viz. — 5 fees held by Nicholas de CrioU of 
the barony of [Av] erenches, doing service as for fees of Mortain, 
and the heirs shall give for each fee 100s. for reliefs when they shall 
happen, and 24$. for scutage when there is scutage at 40^., and he 
ought to fence 62 perches of the park and pay 25s. for each fee for 
the guard of the castle of Dover ; he holds elsewhere of the king in 
chief by barony; 2| fees similarly held by Wilham de Wiltune, 
fencing 29 J perches only ; 1 fee similarly held by Henry de 
Everinge, fencing 46 J perches ; 1 fee similarly held by ... . 
de Everesle, fencing 28 perches ; J fee similarly held by John de 
Boyntune, fencing 15 perches ; ^ fee similarly held by ... . 
Malemeyns, fencing 15 perches ; J fee similarly held by William 
de la Sale, fencing 15 perches ; 1 fee similarly held by Alfred de 
Enebroc, fencing 18 perches ; J fee similarly held by ... . 
de Hauekeswelle, fencing 14 perches ; J fee similarly held by the 
abbot of St. Radegund*s, fencing 9 perches ; J fee similarly held 

by William de Detlinge, fencing, with the men of , 87 

perches; J fee similarly held by de Laverham?, 

fencing 21 perches; ^ fee similarly held by the master of 
God's House, Osprenges, fencing 14 perches ; and ^ fee held by 
the master of the hospital of Swynefeld, rendering 2«. Id. yearly, 
and fencing 8 perches. 

The Middelhundred of Folkestone, with the town of Folkestone, 
82Z. 28. 9d. rent of assize ; Bomescot 15^. 4d. ; Mortunesfare 
2«. 9Ji.; Watelselver? 6«. ; the Middelhundred 15«. 4d. wodelode; 
and other rents. 

Alcham a member of Folkestone (extent given). 

Newetune a member of Folkestone (extent of rents given). 

Achingre (extent of rents given). 

Pleas and perquisites of the hundred (court) of Folkestone, and of the 
courts of Alcham, Newetune, Achangre and Folkestone. 

The advowson of the church of denne pertains to the 

gift of the lord of Folkestone ; and the priory of Folkestone, which 
is a cell of the abbey of Lullei is of his foundation. The heirs of 
the said Maud (as above) ought to hold the whole manor of 
Folkestone of the king in chief by barony. (See No. 774.) 

C. Hen. III. File 29. (1.) 

564- Baldwin db Insula, earl of Devon. 

Writs, 13 Jan. and 13 July, 47 Hen. III. 

Isabel de Fortibus, countess of Albemarle (Alba Maria y Albemaria^ Aube- 
marie, Avbemara), late the wife of the earl of Albemarle, his sister, age 
variously stated as 24 and more and 25, is his heir through the death of lus 
son. 

[Suffolk.] Inq. (undated.) 

Parva Fakenham manor was recovered by the said Baldwin before Sir 
Gilbert de Preston, and he was in seisin thereof from St. John the Baptist's 
day in 3 weeks until he enfeoffed Sir William de Wysery. 

[Southampton; Isle of Wight.] Extent (unduted). 

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Southampton ; Isle of Wioht. Inq. {undated.) 

Freskewatere manor, held together with all his lands and two boroughs 
of the king in chief by service of keeping the Isle (of Wight) in the king's 
fealty against the king's enemies. 

Southampton. Extent {undated). 

Langele and Bumbrig' manor (extent given). 

[Devon.] Extent {undated). 

Plimton township (extent given), with the advowson of the schools. 

[Devon.] Inq. {undated) 

Plimpton, Honeton, Columpton, Bikleg, Boculond and Walcampton, 
held of the king in chief, service unknown. 

Hermanesdon, held of Sir Walter Giffard, service unspecified. 

[Hbbtford.] Inq. {undated and defective.) 

Sabryceswrthe manor (extent given), held of Sir William 

8^ knights. 

[Devon.] Extent {undated). 

Botesford manor {manerettum) (full extent given with names of tenants). 

[Devon.] Extent (undated and defective) . 

Henemordon manor {manerettum) (full extent given with names of tenants) . 

[Southampton; Isle of Wight.] Extent {undated). 

Wrockeshale manor (full extent given with nsunes of tenants). 

[Southampton ; Isle of Wight.] Extent {undated). 

La Penne manor {manerettum) (full extent given with names of tenants). 

Surrey. Inq. {undated) 

Suthlamh* manor (extent given), held of the king in chief, service 
unknown. 

Surrey. Inq. The morrow of Palm Sunday, 47 Hen. III. 

Suthlam' manor with Hicham and Straham (full extent given with 
names of tenants). 

Oxford. Extent {undated). 

Newenham alias Neuham manor (full extent given with names of 
tenants). No knights' fees or advowson pertain to the manor. Sir Thomas 
de Beaute rendered 40«. yearly for a carucate of land called Poweleye. 

Southampton. Extent {undated). 

Christchurch castle (full extent given), to which pertain the boroughs of 
Christ<5hurch, Westur', Liminton and Essele, with the hundred of Holchurst, 
and castle guard is due in war time, viz. — the prior of Christchurch for 8 
days at his own cost for the land of Sweye, Eoger de Hineton similarly for the 
land of Holeweye, Roger de Holchurst for his land at Holchurst, Richard de 
Farnhull for his land at FarnhuU, William Boschiri of Baylnclislegh for his 
land there, the heirs of Bereminton for the land of Bereminton, Roger de 
Stanton for the land of Soppele, Nigel de Bocland for land at Arnewd, 
Henry Trenchard for the land of HordhuU, Thomas de Orweye for the land 
of Dunketon, and the prior of Christ Church and Gregory Marescall for the 
land of Brutons (?) at Hinton ; and the said prior and many others (names 
specified) owe suit at the said hundred court ; and the borough of Dorcestre 
renders 60s. yearly to the castle, and Richard de FarnhuU SOJd. from Tonstal. 

Christchurch borough (full extent and rental given with names of 
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Southampton. Extent {undated and defective). 

Westur* manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including 
lands, &c. at Wyke, Aluringwdd and Ywdde, and at Holechurst, Picleswade, 
BrunneshuU, and Muclesbull, and Biston moor. 

Buriton (extent of lands with names of tenants). 

Fees pertaining to Christchurch castle : — 

Adderlegh, 16 fees held by Sir Matthew de Columbariis. 

, 1 fee held by Richard de Ripariis. 

Stanton and Soppele, 1 fee 

Soppele, 1 fee held by John de Bachampton. 

Hineton, co. Dorset, 1 fee held by de Hineton. 

, J fee held by John Lanol. 

Hamme and Hinton, 1 fee 

Malleford ?, J fee held by Baldwin de Pentir. 

HordhuU and Sapperisford ? J fee held by Sir John de Insula. 

[Southampton; Isle op Wight.] Inq. {undated fragment.) 

Karesbroc castle (extent given), with two parts of two hundreds in the 
Isle of Wyth', and (the advowson of ?) the church of Ermue. Sir William 
de Insula holds 7J and i knights' fees, and owes to the lord of the castle 
homage, relief, and reasonable aid for making his eldest son a knight 
and marrying his eldest daughter, castle guard and guarding the Island in 
time of war at his own cost, and suit at the court of the castle called 
knighten court {curia mxLitum) ; Lady Maud de Gatecumbe holds 8 fees by 
the same service ; Ralph de Gorges 3 fees ; William de Glamorgan 3J fees ; 
Jordan de Insula and Philip de Cantilupo J fee ; Simon de Bendenges 
J fee ; the heirs of Richard de Langeford 1 fee ; Richard de la Clyve 
^ fee ; the heirs of Alan de CheckenhuUe J fee ; John de la Wode \ fee ; 
Jordan de Kingeston J fee ; Lady Joan de Cundey and Sir Richard de 
Afton ^ fee ; the same Richard de Afton 1 fee ; John de la Brigge \ fee ; 
Roger de Ogelaundre i fee; William de Odyneton ^V fe^j ^^^ prior of 
Christchurch ^V ^^ \ Geoffrey de Chillingwod ^^ fee ; the heirs of Geoffrey 
de Alba Marie 1 fee ; and Sir John de Wyvile ^V fe®* 

[Southampton ; Isle of Wight.] Extent and rental {undated). 

Newport {Novus Burgus) (extent and rental with names of tenants). 
[Ermine {sic) manor (extent given). 
Bouecome manor (extent given).**] 

[YoBK.] Extent, Friday after Mid Lent (47) Hen. III. 

Harewde manor (full extent given with names of tenants) including 
lands, &c. in the fields of Wetecrofth, Rugemund, Pulehale and Fites (?), 
services from the township of Lofthus, lands in Neuhale, and pannage, 
windfalls, &c. in the wood of Swindene. 

[Devon.] Extent {undated). 

Plimpton castle (extent given) including a hundred (court), 8 mills in 
Plymton, and profits of wood, garden, and of Dertemore, with the following 
knights' fees held of the lord of the castle : — 

Erminton Peverel, 1 fee. 

Stoke Herebert, 1 fee. 

Morleg', 4 fees. 

Wyveleworth, 3J fees. 



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176 INQDISITIONS. 

Bradeston, § fee. 

Pendrine, J fee. 

Skytelestor, J fee. 

Bastard', 8^ fees. 

(Unspecified) 14 fees held by Robert de Alba Maria. 

(Unspecified) 15 fees held by Walter Giflfard. 

Budekeside, 1 fee held by William de Bodekeside. 

Tamereton Foliot, 2J and J fees held by Ralph de Gorges. 

Brunton, J fee held by Walter de Brunton. 

Holdeham, J fee held by Roger de Clayvile. 

Suthwod, i fee held by William Maudut. 

(Unspecified) 10 fees held by the heirs of William de Brywere, and 
they ought to find a crossbowman in Plumpton castle at their own costs. 

Anekesdon and Shilston, 2 fees held by Hugh de Sausey. 

Elstinton and Shirwell, 2 fees held by Philip de Beumunt. 

Lega, 4 fees held by Ralph de Daddescumb,and he ought to find a 
crossbowman in the castle in time of war at his own costs. 

Asserston, 2 fees held by the heirs of Robert Helyun. 

Bitweneya, J fee held by Michael de Aggevile. 

Thruleg', 1 fee held by Fulk de Ferrariis. 

Samford and Chevethom', 1^ fee, with the land of Gurmundeton, held 
by Ralph Herigaud. 

Wynesford and Whytehetfeld, 1 fee held by Humphrey de Boun ? 

Unknown, i fee held by Thomas Terry. 

Leveringeleg*, J- fee held by Guy de Aggevile. 

Langeleg', 1 fee held by Ralph de Wylinton. 

Welbristewrth, 1 fee held by the heirs of John le Dispenser. 

Emhelt, J fee held by Nicholas Emhylt. 

Geneleye, 1 fee held by John de Beumunt. 

Cadeburi, xV fe© held by the heirs of Robert de Cadeburi. 

Oggeberg and Thorre, 7^ fees held by the heirs of William Brueres. 

Little Torithon, 1 fee held by William de Crues. 

Tauton, 1 fee held by John de Valle Torta. 

Devon and Dorset (unspecified), 2 fees held by Hawis de Ripariis. 

Newelaunde, J fee held by Furneus. 

Herdewik manor (full extent given with names of tenants), with lands 
in Hysky, co. Cornwall, the ferry of Blakeston, land called Jatlond, 
land, &c. in Saltram, rent fi-om the men of Wodetorre for pasture in 
Dertemore, and rent of 1 sheep with a lamb yearly from the town of 
Wry stone wrth. 

The advowsons of the churches of Bocland, Bykeleg', Walkamton, 
Thruleg' and Honeton pertain to the lord of the castle of Plympton. 

Bocland, Bykele and Walkampton manors, with the hundred of Ruberg 
are held by the countess Amice, mother of the late earl Baldwin, to farm at 
the King's will, rendering yearly to the guardian of the said earl's lands 
100 marks. 

[Wilts.] Extent, Wednesday after the Purification, 47 Hen. HI. 

Worthe borough (full extent and rental given with names of tenants). 

[Wilts.] Extent, Wednesday after the Purification, 47 Hen. HI. {defaced and 
defective), 

Strattone manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including a 
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HENRY in. 177 

Wilts. Eoctent, Wednesday after the Purification, 47 Hen. Ill (defective). 

Sevenhampton manor (full extent given with names of tenants), 
including a pasture called Billingesham, and the following rents of 
assize of free tenants : — 

Berton. ^ knight held by Robert de Habindon doing suit and royal 
service. 

Merston manor. 2^ virgates held by the same Robert, rendering 2 pairs 
of gilt spurs. 

Brodebluntesdon. 1 hide land held by Walerand de Bluntesdon, render- 
ing 1 pair of gilt spurs and doing suit ; ^ knight by Roger de Writele doing 
suit and royal service ; i hide land by Roger de Bluntesdon rendering 12d. 
and doing suit ; and ^ hide by Bryan de Bluntesdon rendering 4«. and doing 
suit. 

Brodebluntesdon and Crekelad. 100«. land held by Gilbert de Elsefeld 
rendering 1 pair of gilt spurs, price 6d., and his tenants of Bluntesdon 
ought to come twice yearly to the view of frank pledge at Sevenhampton 
and give 2s. lest they should be vexed. 

Crekelad. A tenement held by Warin de Eylesbiri rendering 6d. yearly. 

Wrthe. 1 virgate land held by the same Warin rendering id. yearly and 
doing suit ; and other lands, &c. by other tenemts (names given). 

Fersedon manor. 100s. land held by Samson Foliot rendering 1 pair of 
gilt spurs or 6d, ; and other lands, &c. by other tenants (names given) ; and 
from a mill there 20«. yearly are rendered to the priory of Garinges. 

Scundone township. 30«. rent ; and meadows, &c. held by divers 
tenants (names given). {See No. 988.) 

C. Hen III. File 29. (2.) 

565. . 



^Extent. Tuesday after the Purification, 47 Hen. Ill (fragment). 

[Wilts.] Crekelad manor (extent and rental with names of tenants). 

C. Hen. in. FiU 29. (8.) 

566. Robert db Cle&beo. 

Writ (misHng). Extent, Sunday after St. Mark, 47 Hen. III. 
End<yrsed : — He died on Friday after Palm Sunday. 
His heir is named John, and is i^ years of age. 

[Suffolk.] Aketon. 160a. arable, 6a. and Ir. meadow, IS^a. pasture, 20a. 
wood, 67«. 8Jd. rent, &c., held of the king in chief by J knight's fee. 

Dobset. (Unspecified.) 4 marks rent. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 80. (1.) 

567. John de Neuton. 

Writ to the sheriff of Northampton, 8 July, 48 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
John, his son, aged 16, is his heir. 

Nobthampton. Neuton. 8J virgates land, and 19«. rent held of John de Brunneby 
by service of 1 pair of gilt spurs. 

Bulewyk. 3 virgates land held of Lady Maud de Cantelow by service of 
1 pair of gUt spurs. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 80. (2.) 

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178 INQUISITIONS. 

568. Philip son op Philip Mimbkan. 

Writ, 16 Oct. 48 Hen. III. Inq. The morrow of Ash Wednesday, 49 (Hen. III). 
John, his son, aged 21 at the feast of St. Margaret last, is lus heir. 

Oxford. Hedindon. 1 hide land held of the king in chief for keeping the 
bailiwick of Schottovere and Stowod ; and J hide land of the countess of 
Warwick by service of lis. ' 

Gersindon. J hide land held of Isabel Eapin by service of 128. 

Schedule of the names of those who have boats in the town of Bunigtun? 
{or ? Rimigtun). {Comp. No. 856.) 

C. Hen. III. File 30. (3.) 

569. Thomas Ttbbl, of Wyleden, alias Tibel. 

Writy 21 July. Inq. Monday after St. James, 48 Hen. III. 
Balph, his son, aged 16, is his heir. 

Bbdford. Wilden and Bolehurst. } knight's fee, viz. a messuage, (100?) a. 

land in demesne, meadow, 9a. wood, 40^. Q^d. rent of assize, &c. held of the 

king in chief, finding one esquire with hauberk, sword, and lance for 40 days 

at his own costs in the king's army. 

The said Thomas in his lifetime alienated of the above ^ fee, 2 virgates, 
3Ja., 1 r. land, 47«. 7^d. rent of assize, and 1 quarter of land, of which the 
heir is bound to warrant a third part to the feoffees for his mother's dower ; and 
also ^ virgate land of the marriage of his wife in the town of Crowele, which the 
heir ought to warrant wholly to the feoffees ; so that little will remain in the 
king's hand. 

C. Hen. III. File 30. (4.) 

570. BoBEBT DE Babvill oUos de Babevill. 

Writ, 28 Oct. Inq. The vigil of St. Martin, 48 Hen. III. 
His two daughters, aged 12 and 14, are his heirs. 

Lincoln. Barton. 17 bovates land and 14 tofts held of the king in chief 
by service of one sore sparrowhawk. Emma his wife has a third part. 
(See Nos. 377, 527, 666.) 

C. Hen. III. File dO. (5.) 

571. John le Blund alias le Blond. 

Wiit, 20 Dec. 48 Hen. III. 

John, his son, aged 30, is his heir. 

Somebsbt. Inq. Friday after St. Hilary, 48 Hen. III. 

Nitherhamm. 2 carucates land and ^ of Exetone, all held of the king 
in chief by service of J knight's fee. 

Middlesex. Extent {undated.) 

Edelmeton manor, held of William de Say in chief by service of 
^ knight's fee* 

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572. Alexandeb de Bemflet. 

WHt, 27 May, 48 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

John, his brother, aged 80 and more, is his heir. 

Essex. Hatfeld. 120a. land in demesne, 8a. meadow, 2d, rent of assize, &c. held 
of the king by service of 1 knight. 

Bamflet. 1 hide land held of the house of St. Martin * le grant,' service 
unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 30. (7.) 

573. JOLLAND DE DuREMBN alioS DE DUBAHE. 

Writ, 11 Dee. 48 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

JoUand, his son, aged 5 at Easter next, is his heir. 

[Essex.] Suffhale manor in the town of Great Dunmawe, held of the king in 
chief, of the honour of the count of St. Pol, by service of one gilt spur or 6d. 
yearly ; J virgate land held of the fee of Ralph de Bemers ; J virgate land of 
the fee of John de Apelderesfeld ; and 2Ja. of the fee of Walter son of Robert. 

C. Hen. III. File 30. (8.) 

574. Geoffrey Costentin. 

Writ (misiing). Inq. The morrow of the translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 
48 Hen. HI. 
John Costentin, his brother, aged 29, is his heir. 

Lincoln. Bondeby. 1 toft and 7 bovates land in demesne, and 80 bovates and 
8 parts of a bovate land, with 5 tofts, &c. in villenage, held of the king in chief 
by serjeanty, viz. carrying a white wand before the king on Christmas Day 
when in his presence. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 30. (9.) 

575. William de Gabdinis. 

Writ, 10 April. Inq. Tuesday in Easter week, 48 Hen. III. 
William, his son, aged 80 and more, is his heir. 

Salop. Langeleg manor. 1 carucate land (extent given) held of the king in chief 
by service of going into Wales with the king at his own cost, when there 
shall be war between England and Wales, for 40 days. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 80. (10.) 

576. William Gaugt alias de Gaugy. 

Writ, 27 Oct. 48 Hen. IH. Inq. 5 Nov. 49 Hen. HI. 

He had no heir either of himself or of any other, and the following manor 
is the king's escheat because held of him in chief. 

Leicester. Garthorpe manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by service 
of 1 knight's fee. Certain persons were in the manor on behalf of the earl 
of Ferrars, as they said, but have now withdrawn. 

C. Hen. III. File 80. (11.) 



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B77. Philip db Arcy alias Darci. 

WHt, 28 May, 48 Hen. III. 

Sir Norman, his son, aged 28 and more, is his heir, and was married many 
years ago. 

Lincoln. Inq. {tmdated.) 

Noketun. 10 carucates and 6 bovates land held of the king in chief, 
service unspecified. 

Donneston. 2 carucates and 2 bovates land, 2 mills, and lib. cummin 
rent, held of the king in chief, service unspecified. 

Lincoln. Inq. The morrow of Holy Trinity, 48 Hen. IH. 

Cuningesby manor (extent given), held of the king in chief, with all his 
other manors, by service of 2 knights. The countess of Lincoln took the 
manor to farm, and the term still lasts for 2 crops, but the said Philip 
retained the wood in his own hand. 

Lincoln. Inq. The eve of Holy Trinity, 48 Hen. IH. 

Stalingburg. 24 bovates land and 211. 3«. rent, held of the king in 
chief ; and the said Philip held the whole barony by service of 2J knights' 
fees. 

Lincoln. Inq. Thursday after St. Barnabas, 48 Hen. III. 

Kalkewell town (extent given), held of the king in chief as a moiety of 
a whole barony by service of two knights. 

Steinton. 11| bovates land held of Sir Robert de Nevile by foreign 
service ; 1^ bovate land and 2 tofts of the fee of the said Philip held by 
Walter de Holegates rendering i mark yearly, of the sale of Sir Norman 
Darci ; and 2 bovates land similarly held by Herbert de Steinton rendering 
14:8. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 80. (12.). 



678. John db Stodham. 

Writs, 17 Sept. 48 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 

Boger, his brother, aged 24 and more, is his heir. 

Essex. Sutton. 119a. arable, 24«. 8^. rent of assize, &c. with the advowson of 
the church. 

Plumberge. 58a. meadow and wood, <&c. 
All held of the king by service of 2 knights* fees and lib. pepper yearly. 

Writy 26 Sept. 48 Hen. III. Inq. Monday after St. Luke. 

Essex. Great Sutton. A messuage, 119a. arable, 6a. wood, 47«. 6i. rent of 
assize, &c., with the advowson of the church. 

Plumbere. 27a. arable, 12a. wood. Is. rent, &e. 
All held of the king in chief by service of 2 knights' fees, and lib. pepper. 

Plumbere. 40a. land held of the heirs of William de Soberi by service 
of 10s. yearly. 

Tendrig'. 80a. land, 2a. meadow, 5a. wood, 18«. 4d. rent, &c. held 
of the heirs of William son of Adam de Gosefeud by service of one sore 
sparrowhawk. 

C. Hen. III. File 80. (18.) 



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HENEY III. 181 

579. ROBBBT DB BlYB. 

Writ, 4 July. Inq. Sunday after St. James the Apostle, 48 Hen. III. 
Thomas, his son, aged 25, is his heir. 

Northumberland. Matfen. 55a. arable, 6a. meadow, 5 bondmen each holding 
24a. and rendering 168. yearly, 1 cottar holding 4a. and rendering 2^., a 
watermill, and one free tenant holding 20a. and rendering lOs. yearly. 

Louerbotel. 24a. land. 

NofFerton. 80a. land, and one free tenant rendering 19(2. yearly. 

Newcastle on Tyne. 4 burgages rendering 24«. yearly. 
AU held of the king in chief by service of 8 marks and 9d. yearly. 

Natferton, a messuage and 2a. land held of Bobert Freman by service 
of Id. yearly. (See No. 608.) 

C. Hen. III. FUe 30. (14.) 

580. Alfred de Lincoln. 

Writf 8 June. Extent, Saturday the eve of SS. Peter and Paul, 48 Hen. Ill 

{defective). 

Bobert son of Payn, son of Margery his eldest sister, Beatriqe de Gouiz, 
his second sister, and Aubrey {Alhreda) de Lincoln, his youngest sister, all of full 
age, are his heirs. 

Dorset. Wynterburn and Langeton manors, with the advowson of Wynterburn 
(extents given), held of the king in chief in barony by service of 2 knights ; 
and 25 fees are held of those manors. 

[Dorset.] Akeford and Dunedisse manors, with the advowsons of Akeford 
church and Dunetisse chapel (extents given), held of the abbot of 
Glastonbury by service of 5 knights. 4} and \ fees are held of these 
manors. 

[Dorset.] Dunetisse and Tileye. A part of the park outside the said park, 
held of the abbot of Geme by service of holding his stirrup when the 
abbot shall mount his horse, and giving him a place in the county (court ?) 
when present. 

[Wilts.] Celes manor (extent given), which was given in free marriage with 
Maud, mother of the said Alfred, held of John son of John. 

[Somerset.] Norton manor (extent given), which was given in free marriage 
with Aubrey, grandmother of the said Alfred, held of the heirs of William 
de Forz. 

[Dorsbt.] Bardolveston and Pinford, 2 knights' fees held of the bishop of 

Salisbury. 

The wife of the said Alfred shall have the whole manors of 

and Duntisse, with the advowsons, rendering to the heirs 2 marks 

Memorandum of Partition. 

The part of Eobert son of Payn : — 

Dorset. Wynterburn St. Martin, and he shall give to Aubrey de Lincoln 22«. 8(f . 
of land or rent. 

Knights' fees : — 

Corfton, held for 1 fee. 
Boclaund, for 1 fee. 
Pydele Bardolf, for 1 fee. 
Tatton, for i fee. 
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182 INQUISITIONS. 

The part of William de Goyz : — 

Wilts. Seles. 

SoMBBSBT. Norton, from which he shall give to Aubrey de Lincoln 22a. 3d. of 
land or rent. 

Knights' fees : — 

[DoBSBT.] Pydele Tunere, held for 2 fees. 
The land of Talebot ?, for 1 fee. 
The land of Eudo, for i (fee). 

[DoBSET.] Swanewyc, for 1 fee. 

The part of Aubrey : — 

DoBSET. Langeton. 

And she shall have 44a. 6d. of land or rent from her coparceners, and 
2§ marks land or rent from Joan, late the wife of Alfred de Linc[oln]. 

Knights' fees : — 
[DoBSBT.] Warmwell, held for 1 fee. 
[DoBSET.] Muleburn, for J fee. 

The land of Bivell, for i fee. 

The land of Moys le Bret, for ^ (fee). 

LoUebrok, for } (fee). 

[DoBSBT.] Stafford, for 1 fee. 

These remain to Lady Joan de Nichole in dower by lot, and she shall 
answer to the king and the abbot of Glastonbury for i of the service. 

Fees in chief: — 

[DoBSBT.] Frome Wytefeuld, 3 knights* fees. 

[DoBSET.] Watercombe, 1 fee. 

[Lands of ?] John de Bakebere and Ham, ^ fee and the service of 1 virgate 
land. 

[DoBSET.] Waldik and Crihc, 8 parts of 1 fee. 
[DoBSET.] Wolgerston, | fee. 

[Lands of ?J Robert de Bokeswrthe and Roger Chanterel, i (fee). 

[DoBSET.] Ringstede, 1 fee by a mesne {per intermedium). 

C. Hen. III. File 30. (15.) 

581. RoBEBT DE Gatton alios DE Gattune. 

Writ, 14 July, 48 Hen. III. Inq. {tindated.) 

Hamo, his eldest son, aged 22 and more, is his heir. 

SuBBEY. Gattune, 2 knights' fees held of the king through the escheat of 
the honour of Peverel, doing guard at Dover castle as much as pertains to 
2 knights' fees. 

Writ, 14 July, 48 Hen. HI. Inq. {undated fragment.) 

Kent 

C. Hen. III. File 80. (16.) 

582. Thomas de Hemegbave alias de Hemmegbave. 
Writ, 2 July, 48 Hen. III. 

Edmund, his son, aged 10, is his heir, and is in the wardship of the wife of 
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[Suffolk.] Extent (undated). 

Hemmegrave manor and advowson (extent given), held of the abbot of 
St. Edmunds rendering 100^. 6(2. to the sacristan, 10«. to the pittancer, and 
other services to the amount of 2$. ^d. 

[Suffolk.] Extent, Tuesday after St. Peter ad vincula, 48 Hen. [IH] . 

Berningham. A messuage, 108a. arable, l^a. meadow, 8|a. pasture, 
Sis. 8id. rent of assize, &c. ; whereof the capital messuage and d2a. land 
held of John le Sunte, J knight's fee of Balph son of Henry Delebec, who is 
in the wardship of Master John de Baggewrh', and the residue of Sir 
Eustace de Berningham, John de Sancto Glaro, Thomas de Stagno, John de 
Stantun, Stephen Clerk, and W. Welde, &c. 

Hemegrave, Tudeham, Mutford and Giselham, advowsons of the 
churches. 

Hemmegrave manor and advowson, held of the abbot of St. Edmunds 
by socage. 

Westle and Saxham, held of the said abbot and others by socage. 

Berningham, held of Ealph del Bek and others by knight's service. 

Thudeham, with the advowson, held of Peter de Leiham by service of 
2 knights. 

Muthford, with half the hundred and the advowson, held of the king by 
knight's service and a farm of 4i. yearly. 

[Suffolk.] Extent (undated). 

Tudeham manor, with the advowson (extent given), held of Peter de 
Leyham by service of 2 knights ; of which manor William de Clara holds 
4:1. land in Tudeham by service of | knight and 20a. for a scutage of 40«. 
and the other tenants give 82^. Id. for scutage. 

C. Hen. III. File 80. (17.) 

583. Isabel db Cressy alias de Cressi. 

Writ, 13 Nov. 48 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 

She died on the day of the Apostles Simon and Jude. 

Aline la Marscale alias la Mareschal, her sister, age variously stated as 60 
and more, and 90 and more, is her heir. 

Lincoln. Haslokebi, Milnethorpe, Greibi and Auethorp, J knight's fee held of 
the king in chief. 

Writ, 18 Nov. 48 Hen. HI. ' Inq. (undated.) 

Norfolk. Buxtune manor (extent given), with 60a. arable in Kinestorp, and 
rents of assize in Merkeshal and Castre, pertaining thereto, held of the 
king in chief by a moiety of a barony. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 80. (18.) 

684. Balph de Trop alias de Thorp, de Throp. 
Writ (missing). 

Simon, his son, aged 4 at the Ascension, 48 Hen. HI, is his heir. 
Northampton. Extent (undated). 

Trop. Messuage and 8 virgates land, held by rendering to the prior 
of Daventre 16s. 4d., and to William de Warner 2d. and 2lb. cummin. 

Welton. 2i virgates land held of the fee of Ivo Karel rendering to him 
20s. ; and i virgate held of Eichard de Flore for 4s. 

Esseby. 21. Is. 6d. from free tenants, held by rendering to Richard de 
Ruton 2 marks yearly. 
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184 INQUISITIONS. 

[Northampton.] Inq. Monday the morrow of St. Matthew. 

Bokeby. 2 virgates land held of Henry Grete rendering Id. yearly, 
which before his death he gave by deed to Emma his daughter by charter, 
who has been for a long time seifled thereof, rendering Id. yearly. 

Sonene (?). 10a. land held of the same, and a mill. 

Ravenesthorp. 100«., and 13«. 6d. rent, held of the king in chief, which 
100«. he gave to Joan his daughter, rendering 4d. yearly, and the 18s. 6d. to 
the said Emma, of which they had seisin long before his death. 

No heir mentioned. 

Northampton. Inq. Thursday before St. Michael, 48 Hen. HI. 

Horepol. 2^ virgates land in demesne, with a messuage, 9} virgates in 
villenage, a windmill, and rents from divers tenants (names given), held of 
the king in chief for i knight's fee. 

Writ (de melius inquirendo), 80 Sept. 48 Hen. III. 

[Northampton.] Extent (unduted). 

Horepol manor and advowson (extent given) held of the king in chief 
by service of J knight's fee ; and 2 virgates land held in exchange for a 
certain land of Bavenestorp. 

[Northampton.] Extent {undated). 

Bavenestorp and Cotes. 8«. 4d. (rent) pertaining to HorpoU manor, held 
of the king in chief. 

Buckeby. 10a. land and a windmill held of Henry Grete rendering Id. 
yearly ; and a place of meadow held of Sir Eustace de Watford, service 
unspecified. 

[Northampton.] Extent (undated). 

Trop. 3 virgates land in demesne, a windmill, 6s. rent of assize, 
2 dovecots, and pasture in Welleton and Trop, rendering 17«. 9d. yearly 
to the prior of Daventre, and 6s. to one Simon Abbe (?). 

Welleton. Garden, 1^ virgate land and 68s. 8d. rent of assize, held of 
Bichard de Baundes, rendering 20s. 

Esseby. 70s. 9d. rent of assize, held of John de Buton, rendering 
17s. 9d. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 30. (19.) 

585. William le Blund. 

Writ, 3 June, 48 Hen. III. 

William de Kyrketot (alias de Cricketot), son of William and Agnes de 
Kyrketot, his elder sister, aged 26, and Bobert de Waleynis alias de Valeyns, 
son of Bobert and lady Boys' de Waleyns, another sister, aged 17, are his 
heirs. 

Essex. Inq. (undated.) 

Wrabenase manor. 305a. arable, wood, marsh, meadow and pasture, 
41. rent of assize, a watermill, &c., held in parts of Edmund son of Thomas, 
Sir Bichard de Wikes, John de Bameseye and Simon Parlebien, in socage, 
and he paid 10 marks yearly to the abbot of St. Edmunds as attorney of the 
said Edmund and Bichard. 

Writ, 3 June, 48 Hen. III. 
Norfolk. Inq. (undated.) 

Cleye. 204a. (land), pasture, 64s. id. rent of assize, rents of lambs, 

geese, fowls, heather, eggs, apples, &c. and of 2 mills, held of Sir William de 

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[Suffolk.] (Extent) . . (of the Nativity), of St. John the Baptist, 
48 Hen. III. (defective.) 

Asfeld manor (extent given). 
Ixeworth manor (extent given). 
Walsam manor (extent given). 
All held of the king in chief by service of 5^ knights. 

AU the churches of the barony have been given to the priory of Ixewrth to 
its own uses. 

The land of Lenehey (?) is held of the Earl of Oxford by free marriage. 
The lady ought to be dowered of ^ of the above. 

C. Hen. III. File 30. (20.) 

586. Hugh db Vbr, Eahl of Oxfobd. 

Writ (missing). 

Robert, his son^ age variously stated as 22 and more, 28, and 23J, is his 
heir. 

Middlesex. Extent made after Christmas, 48 Hen. III. 

Kensenton manor (extent given), held of the king in chief, and it 
pertains to the barony of being chamberlain. The villeins can be taxed at 
the will of the lord. The abbot of Abindon, has the church to his own 
uses. 

Buckingham. Extent made after Christmas, 48 Hen. III. 

Medmeham manor (extent given), held of the king in chief of the 
honour of Bolebek, service unspecified. The villeins can be taxed at the 
will of the lord. The abbot of Medmeham has the church to his own uses. 

Buckingham. Extent made after Christmas, 48 Hen. III. 

Cestresham manor (extent given), held of the king in chief of the said 
honour, service unspecified. The villeins can be taxed at the will of the 
lord. The abbots of Leicester and Wobbur' have the church to their own 
uses. 

[Kent?] Extent (undated.) 

Flete manor (extent given), held of the heir of Folkestan, and by him 
of the archbishop of Canterbury, service unspecified. 

Oxford. Extent made after Christmas, 48 Hen. UI. 

Crowemers manor (extent given), held of the honour of Gyflfard 
pertaining to Whychirch, and it pertains to the Marshalsea. The nuns of 
Garing have the church to their own uses. 

Cambridge. Extent made after Christmas, 48 Hen. III. 

Caump manor and advowson (extent given), including 88a. newly 
acquired in Frakenho, 98. 9d. rent of the fee of Sir Richard de Munfichet, 
from which he renders Ss. 2Jd. to Henry de Henechach and Walter son of 
Samson, 52$. 5fd. yearly rent, newly acquired, whereof part is of the honour 
of Eichemund, and 23«. newly acquired in Hemsted of the fee of Clare. 
The manor is held of the king in chief pertaining to his barony for which he 
is the king's chamberlain. The villeins can be taxed at the will of the lord. 

Cambridge. Extent made after Christmas, 48 Hen. III. 

Abiton manor and advowson (extent given), held of the king in chief 
together with the manor of Caump and other lands pertaining to his barony 
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186 INQUISITIONS. 

Suffolk. Extent made after Christinas, 48 Hen. III. 

Gokefeud manor (extent given) of the fee of the abbot of St. Edmund's, 
tenure unspecified. The villeins can be taxed at the will of the lord. 

Suffolk. Extent made after Christmas, 48 -Hen. III. 

Preston manor (extent given), newly purchased and of the fee of the 
said abbot, tenure unspecified. The villeins can be taxed at the will of the 
lord. 

Essex. Extent made after Christmas, 48 Hen. III. 

Hengham Castr' manor (extent given), with 12«. rent of the borough, 
the advowson of the priory, which has the church to its own uses, and a 
hamlet called Tillebyri with the advowson (extent given), held of the king in 
chief by being his chamberlain. 

Essex. Extent made after Christmas, 48 Hen. III. 

Bamese manor (extent given) of the fee of Walter, son of Robert, for 
which he paid 10«. for the guard of Baynard for 24 weeks. 

Essex. Extent made after Christmas, 48 Hen. III. 

Kaneveles (?) manor (extent given), held of the king in chief, pertaining 
to his barony of being the king's chamberlain. The villeins can be taxed at 
the will of the lord. The prior of Hethfeld has the church to his own uses. 

Essex. Extent made after Christmas, 48 &en. lU. 

Bumsted manor (extent given), held of the king in chief, service un- 
specified. The villeins can be taxed at the will of the lord. The prior of 
Hatfeld has the church to his own uses. 

Stepelbumsted. , 100a. arable, 4a. meadow, pasture, 5a. wood, 21«. 6J. 
rent, &c. newly acquired, held of the honour of Boulogne of Robert de 
Merk for J knight's fee. The lady of the place has J in dower, and the earl 
ought to maintain the heir as one of his household {de libera familia siut) to 
the age of 20 years, or to render 40«. yearly for 15 years, and give him 
4 marks yearly for the remaining 5 years, and lOOs. when he shall come 
to full age, if he shall wish to retain the land. 

Essex. Extent made after Christmas, 48 Hen. III. 

Benetly manor and advowson (extent given) ; the manor pertains to the 
barony, as Culn' and Hengham do, of being the king's chamberlain. 

Essex. Extent made after Christmas, 48 Hen. III. 

Coin manor (extent given) held of the king in chief, as other manors 
are, in barony by being the king's chamberlain. The prior of Coin has the 
church to his own uses. 

Essex. Extent made after Christmas, 48 Hen. III. 

Gelham manor (extent given) held of the king in chief rendering 
yearly at the exchequer 101. fee farm; and besides he paid 6 soams 
of wheat and 6 of barley worth 48«. in ordinary years, to Otto son of William, 
for life, for 80a. arable newly acquired. The villeins can be taxed at the 
will of the lord. 

Essex. Extent made 48 Hen. III. 

Duddinghurst manor and advowson (extent given), tenure unspecified. 
Tallage at the lord's will from the customers. 

Essex. Extent made 48 Hen. III. 

Dunham manor and advowson (extent given), tenure unspecified. 
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Essex. Extent made after Christinas, 48 Hen. III. 

Messing manor (extent given), of the fee of Roger de Messing, and the 
earl had it in exchange for the land of BeauQhamp, which he held of the king 
in chief. There are 8 customers who can be taxed at the will of the lord. 

Buckingham. Extent made after Christmas, 48 Hen. III. 

Whytchurche manor and advowson (extent given), with 40s. rent of the 
borough, held of the honour of Gyffard, pertaining to the Marshalsea, and 
it is the head of 18 fees which the earl held of the heirs of the Marshal. 
The villeins can be taxed at the will of the lord. 

C. Hen. III. File 81. (1.) 

587. ROGBB DE QUBNCT, EaRL OF WINCHESTER. 

Writ (missing). 

He died on the day of St. Mark the Evangelist. Henry de Lascy, aged 14 
on the day of the Epiphany next, is his heir. 

York. Extent, Tuesday the morrow of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin 
48 Hen. III. 

Elmesale alicu Elmesse manor (extent given), tenure unspecified. The 
reeve of the manor has received the rents and perquisites since the earl's death. 

Bedford. Extent, Saturday before the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 48 Hen. III. 
Styventon alias Steven ton • manor (extent given), tenure unspecified. 

The reeves. have received the rents and perquisites since the earl's death. 

Joan, wife of Sir Humphrey de Boum the younger, of full age, and Hawis, 
within age, daughters of the late Robert de Quency, are the next heirs. 

Bedford. Inq. Tuesday before St. Denis, 48 Hen. lU. 

Robert de Quency a little before his death granted the manor of 
Styventon by charter to the said Earl Roger and the heirs male of his body, 
with condition that if he should die without such heirs the manor should 
revert to the said Robert .or his heirs. The heirs of the said Robert are his 
daughters, the abovesaid Joan aged 19, and Hawis aged 14. From the 
earl's death the manor was in the hands of Margaret de Lascy countess of 
Lincoln, and Sir Humphrey de Bonn the younger, until it was taken into 
the king's hands on Saturday after the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin, by 
the king's last command. 

Northampton. Inq. Wednesday before the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 
48 Hen. III. 

Wadenho manor and advowson (extent given), tenure unspecified. The 
reeve has received the rents and perquisites of the manor from the day of 
St. Mark the Evangelist in Easter week. 

Nottingham. Extent, Sunday after the Decollation of St. John the Baptist 
48 Hen. lU. 

Eneshall manor (extent given with names of tenants), with the 
wapentakes of Alcherton, Plumtre and Risley, 2 bovates land held of Enes- 
hall church, land in the field of Kirneshall, and an assart called Griffes, 
tenure unspecified. The reeve has received the rents and perquisites from 
the death of the earl, viz. the day of St. Mark in Easter week. 

Endorsed : — Knights' fees : — Thomas son of WilUam holds 8 fees of the earldom ? 

(de cow') of Nottingham, viz. : — 5 fees Nottingham and 8 beyond 

Done ? viz. : — in Bathele, Musham, Kereseford ? Weston, Norhampton, 
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188 INQUISITIONS. 

Wnt, 7 Oct. 48 Hen. III. Inq. The day of St. Edward the Confessor, 49 Hen. III. 

[York.] Elmesale manor (extent given) ; there are no knights' fees or 
advowsons ; the earl held the manor for life in exchange for the manors of 
Kypes and Scales, and Alice de Lascy received the Whitsuntide rent, viz. — 
82«., and the manor is in the custody of the reeve until the king shall 
otherwise command. {See Nos. 782 and 776.) 

C.Hen.IILFUeQl. (2.) 

588. BoGEB DE Tony alias db Thont. 

Writ of extent to James Freysel, 18 June, 48 Hen. IH. 

Wales. Extent, St. Vincent's day, 49 Hen. III. 

Painscastle {Castrum MatUdis), with the honour (extent given), held of 
the king of England in chief by knight's service. And whereas 62 kn^hts' 
fees in England and Wales are held of the honour of Colwent pertaining 
to the said castle, as is said, the jury say that they know that many fees 
were held of the said Soger, but who held them they know not. 

Devon. Extent, Thursday the eve of St. Peter ad Vincula, 48 Hen. HI. 

Sutauton manor and advowson (extent given with names of tenants) 
held of the king in chief, service unknown ; including 60^. rent from 
William le Pruz who owes relief when it happens, 122. 5s. &d. land held by 
Richard de Poltimor by service of -^ knight's fee, owing relief and wardship, 
100«. land held by Henry de Horton by similar service, 101. 13*. land held 
by William de Moun in free marriage with Juliana de Vernun, rents at Sele, 
\ of the issues of the market of Nortauton, and perquisities, &c. in the 
township of Sele. 

Norfolk. Extent, Monday before St. Margaret, 48 Hen. III. 

Neketon manor (full extent given with names of fields and tenants), 
held of the king in chief by knight's service. 

Neketon, Little Franesham and Little Kersingham, the patronage of 
the churches. 

Westacre, the patronage of the priory. 

Godewik. 1 carucate land held by the prior of Westacre, rendering 
15«. yearly to the lord of Neketon, and suit of court, and 2#. yearly 
rent of the stewardship {annui redditus de seneseaucia). 

Sperham. 1 carucate land with the rent and services of 80 villeins. 

Bodeneye. The rent and services of 10 villeins. 

Shengham. Of 2 villeins. 

Dunham. Of 4 villeins. 

Gutland. Of 6 villeins. 

Hale. Of 2 villeins. 

Franesham. Of 14 villeins. 
All held by Roger de Cliflford of the lord of Neketon, by service of -^ knight's 
fee. 

Great Kersingham. 28. rent for stewardship due by John le Breton for 
the tenement of La Strehalle. 

Little Kersingham township. 14Z. were received by John Hake for life 
of the gift of the said Roger, by the hands of Master Philip the vicax, who 
held the manor to farm of the said Roger until after the feast of St. Michael, 
47 Hen. HI, when the said Roger resumed the said 141. rent with the manor 
into his own hands. 

Wrotham. Divers rents, with names of tenants owing suit at the court 
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North Wrotham, held by the prior of Sutthone of the lord of Neketon, 
owing suit at the court of Neketon. 
The warren of Wrotham is in the hands of the Urd of Neketon. 

[Essex.] Extent^ Sunday the morrow of St. Luke the Evangelist, 48 Hen. III. 
Wolcomestowe manox (full extent given with names of tenants, one of 
whom holds land by 1 falcon's hood, and another by 8 playing dice yearly) 
held of the king in chief, service unknown. The prior and convent of Holy 
Trinity, London, hold the church to their own uses. 

Hbktpord. Extent, Mary Magdalen, 48 Hen. III. 

(defective). 

Flemstede manor with the patronage of the church and of the priory of 
St. Giles (full extent given with names of tenants), held of the king in chief 
by socage. 

C. Hen. III. File 31. (3.) 

589. Gboffret de Bubdelbys. 

Writ, 7 May, 48 Hen. III. Inq. (undated). 

John his son, aged 24 and more, is his heir. 

Norfolk. (Unspecified.) 120a. land in demesne, 40«. 6d, rent of assize, l^a. 
wood, 5a. meadow, and divers works and services, held by serjeanty of 
being Larderer. 

C. Hen. III. File 81. (4.) 

590. Baldwin db Boullebs. 

Writ, 15 Nov. Inq. Friday the feast of St. Clement, 48 Hen. III. 

WhjTS. Poulton manor was never the king's ancient demesne, but was his 
escheat because the said Baldwin, who held it of the king in chief, died 
having no heir or next of kin who ought to have it. 

C. Hen. III. File 31. (5.) 

591. BiGHABD Luvbl dlia9 LowBL, Lovel. • 

Writ, 8 Oct. Inq. Saturday the day of St. Luke the Evangelist, 48 Hen. III. 
Hugh Lowel, his brother, is his heir, and of full age. 

Somerset. Kari Lowel barony, tenure unspecified, whereof Lady Eva Lovel is 
dowered of ^ part and more. 

C. Hen. III. File 81. (6.) 

592. Nicholas db Bonevill. 

Mandate from the king's escheator to the escheator of co. Somerset, reciting 
lorit {undated). Inq. Wednesday before St. Ambrose, 48 Hen. III. 
William de Bonevil, knt. is his heir, and of full age. 

SoMERSBT. Sock mauor, lands, &c., to the value of 102. yearly held of the king 
in chief by service of \ fee, and the residue of the manor held of Bobert de 
Bello Gampo by service of 2 fees of Mortain. 

C. Hen. III. File 31. (7.) 



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190 INQUISITIONS. 

593. John de Grioll. 

Writ (missing). Inq. Friday after the Purification, 48 Hen. HI. 
Bertram, his son, aged 27, is his heir. 

Kent. Seten manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service of 
finding one leash of greyhounds at the king's * summons once a year as long 
as a pair of fewterer's shoes shall last. 

Nitherhardres manor (extent given) held of Sir Roger de Leyboume in 
chief by service of one sparrowhawk {nisi) yearly or 2«. 

Esmeresfeud manor (extent given) held of the heirs of John son of 
Bernard, by service of J knight's fee. 

Everland manor (extent given) held of the archbishop of Canterbury in 
chief by service of ^ knight's fee. 

Boyton manor (extent given) held of the archbishop in chief, service 
unspecified. 

Waterchine manor (extent given) held of the archbishop in chief, 
service unspecified. 

Welles manor (eitent given) held, of the inheritance of his wife, of the 
king in chief of the honour of Perches, service unspecified. 

Neweham manor (extent given) held of Robert Biset in chief, viz. — a 
free tenement, by service of \ knight's fee, rendering yearly 9«. lid. ; and 
the residue of the manor held in socage of the priory of Rochester in chief, 
rendering 12s. 6d. yearly. 

FFeyenestede parish. 2 marks rent held of Sir F. Peyforer. 

C. Hen. III. File 81. (8.) 

594. Agatha, late the wife of Hugh le Waleys. 

Writ, 22 Jan., 49 Hen. III. Inq. (undated). 

John le Wales her son, aged 80 and more, is her heir. 

[Sussex.] Mydloventon. 4 virgates land held of the king in chief by service of 
1 mark yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 81. (9.) 

595. Robert de Borham. 

Writ, 19 Sept. 49 Hen. III. Inq. The eve of St. Martin, 50 Hen. III. 
Philip, his son, aged 28, is his heir. 

[Essex.] Borham and Little Badewe manors, held of the king in chief by 
service of 1 knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 81. (10.) 

596. William de Gaugt. 

Writ, 26 Sept. Inq. Thursday after St. Francis, 49 Hen. lU. 

Richard Laundry, his sister's son, aged 40 and more, is his heir, 

[Leicester.] Garthorp manor, held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's 
fee. 

[Leicester.] Wymundeham. 80a. land held of divers men by divers servicee 
unspecified. 

Leicester. Inq. {undated). Same as the above. 

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597. Joan Bbuer alias Brutbb. 

Mandate &c. reciting writ, dated 16 Jan. Inq, Sunday after the Purification, 
49 Hen. HI. 

[SoMEBSET.] What the Lady Joan Bruyre held in fee she gave away before her 
death, but she held Odecumbe, Yle and Mulverton in dower. The jury know 
of no other true heirs of the manors of Odecumbe and Yle unless the Bretts 
(Brettos) who had been lords of Hececumbe, which manors were alienated from 
the just heirs through the power of Sir William Bruyre the elder. 

C. Hen. III. FUe SI. (12.) 

598. Ltanus db Maunouebs alias de Haunters. 

Writ, 12 Sept. 49 Hen. IH. Inq. (undated.) 

Joan de Maunouers, his sister, aged 28, is his heir. 

[Nottingham.] Holm town or manor with the advowson (extent given) held of 
the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File SI. (13.) 

599. Thomas db Nest alias Danest. 

Mandate &c. reciting writ, dated 8 Jan. 49 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 
Bartholomew, his son, aged 15, is his heir. . 

Wilts ; Wbstburt Hundred. Dultun. 1 virgate land held of Richard Danesy 
for 2s. and lib. pepper, and 2s. 8d. for the king's serjeanty ; and 1 virgate 
land and 6a. held of the prior of Stiventin for 9«. id. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 81. (14.) 

600. Adam de Gerstan. 

Writ, to the sheriff of Lancaster, 29 April, 49 Hen. III. Inq. (undated). 
John his son, is his heir and of full age. 

Lancaster. Gerstan. 4 carucates land and a mill held of Robert de Ferr' earl of 
Derby in chief by service of 20«. yearly, and suit at Lancaster county 
(court) and Westderby wapentake. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 31. (15.) 

601. RaiiPH Musard. 

Writ, 4 Dec. Inq. Tuesday after Christmas, 49 Hen. III. 

He died the eve of the Apostles Simon and Jude last. Ralph his son, 
aged 80 and more, is his heir. 

Dbrbt. Staveley manor, held of the king in chief by service of 2 knights' fees, 
Wodesthorp. 1 carucate land held of Roger de Abbetot for 4td. yearly. 
Hinckreshill and Willamthorp, held of the heirs of John de Deyncurt 

for \ knight's fee. 

Wytewell. 1 bovate land held of the heirs of Matthew de Hathersegge 

for 1 lb. pepper. 

Writ, 4 Dec. 49 Hen. HI. 

Gloucester. Inq. and extent (undated). 

Senesbyri and La Musardyr manors, held of the king in chief of the 
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Berks. Inq. Sunday before Epiphany, 49 Hen. III. 

He held no lands in the county, having 2J years before his death given 
what he had there, viz. — 1 knight's fee, to his eldest son Balph, to hold of the 
king in chief. 

C. Hen. III. File 31. (16.) 

602. Simon son of Michael db Bolton alias db Boulton. 

Wntf 22 Jan. Inq. Saturday after the Purification, 49 Hen. III. 
William, his son, aged 80 and more, is his heir. 

[Lancaster.] Bolton. 2 bovates land and i of a mill held of the king in chief, 
by paying 5s. lOd. yearly for the land and 40d. for the mill. 

C, Hen. III. File 31. (17.) 

603. Richard de Harden. 

Writ {missing). Inq. Tuesday after St. Clement, 49 Hen. HI. 

His heir, named John, was 9 years of age on St. Margaret's day, 
48 Hen. III. 

[Wilts.] Harden. 2Ja. land and a bailiwick of the forest, held of the 
king by rendering 8a. yearly ; and the court and 1 carucate land held of 
Sir Robert Punchardon by service of 40 days with the king's army in Wales, 
with one man and a horse, price \ mark, with a saddle, price 2«., and a sack 
for armour (ad hernesiuin), price 12d. 

Wilton ? A parcel (of land) held of Roger Loff, rendering IQd. ; and a 
croft of William Pesemere, rendering 2s. 

C. Hen. III. File 81. (18.) 

604. Andrew Lutbrbl. 

Writ, 7 March, 49 Hen. III. 

Geoffrey, his son, aged 80 and more, is his heir. 

[Lincoln.] Inq. {undated.) 

Irnam manor, held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight. 

[Lincoln.] Inq. Tuesday in Easter week, 49 Hen. IH. 

Irneham manor, held of the king in chief by barony. 
{No. 611 should be united to No. 604.) 

C. Hen. III. File 81. (19.) 

605. John de Boxstedb. 

Writy 14 Sept. 49 Hen. III. Inq, {missing.) 

Writ ofplenius certiorari, 24 Sept. Inq. Sunday before St. Michael, 49 Hen. IH. 
He died in the King's fealty {adjidem) on Monday the eve of the Nativity of 
the Blessed Mary last. Ralph, his son, aged 27, is his heir. 

Essex. Boxstede. 120a. arable, 7a. meadow, 20a. pasture, 5a. wood, 6 marks 
rent of assize, 204 works, &c. held of the king in chief by 1 knight's fee. 

Alfemeston. 80a. arable and 2a. meadow, held of the fee of Benedict 
the canon, by service of 4Jd. to the said Benedict. 

C. Hen. III. File 31. (20.) 

606. Walter de Muscegros alicu de Muchegros, db Mucegros. 

Wnt, 2 Dec. 49 Hen. III. 

Gloucester. Inq. The eve of the Purification, 49 Hen. HI. 

Blechesdon manor, held of the earl of Hereford by service of ^ knight's 
fee. Walter de Blakeneye and John de Dudmerton are the next heirs of 
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Bulleye manor, held of Walter de Eylesford by knight's service. 
Lessendon manor, held of the archbishop of York by service of 
J knight. 

Walter de Muchegros, grandfather of the deceased Walter, had nine daughters, 
viz. — Petronilla, from whom was born Walter de Huntele, knight ; Margery 
Mabaunck {alias Maubanc), who is dead, and had three daughters, Lucy, Alice and 
Jueta (alias Jota) ; and Juliana, Agnes, Alice, Joan, Maud, Elizabeth and Amabel 
{aiias Mabel), who are the next heirs of the manors of Lessendon and Bulleye, 
and of full age. 

Hbrbfobd. Inq. Thursday after the Purification, 49 Hen. HI. 

Ryttyr manor, held of the king in chief by service of finding 3 footmen 
in the king's army for 15 days at his own cost. 

Moniton and Wynfreton manors, held of Roger de Tony by service of 
one knight's fee. 

Bodeham. A mill held of the honour of Brecknock (Brekenon) and 
another of William de Furches, services unspecified. 

The heirs are the same as for Lessendon and Bulleye manors. The king 
has no seisin thBre because John Lestrange (Extraneus) the younger holds the 
lands by force, nor permits anyone to have seisin in the king's name. 

Writ ofplenius certiorari, 9 May. Inq. The eve of the Ascension, 49 Hen. IIL 

Hereford. To the same effect as the above, with the addition of 2 marks rent of 
assize with the said mills. 

C. Hen. III. File 32. (1.) 

607. Roger Bertram of Bothal. 

Writ to John de Plesetis and Henry de la Val, "3 Feb. Inq. Monday after 
St. Valentine, 49 Hen. HI. 
Robert Bertram, aged 21 on the eve of Christmas, 1264, is his heir. 

Northumberland. Bothale and Wethewrth. 6 carucates, each containing 
105a. land. 

Heburn. 2^ carucates in demesne, and 5 marks from 10 bondages. 
Langhirst. } carucate in demesne, and 11 marks from 11 bondages. 
Hengandelyes. 40a. land. 
72s. lOd. rent from free tenants in the county. 
Pegeswrth. 101. from 15 bondages. 

16s. from meadows through the whole barony of Bothale, and 5/. from 
mills. 

All held of the king in chief by service of 3 knights. 

Lady Laderana^ relict of the said Roger and mother of the said Robert, has 
been dowered of all the above by the king's special mandate. {See No. 520.) 

C. Hen. IIL File S2. (2.) 

608. Thomas de Pontope alias de Punthope. 

Writy 21 Sept. 49 Hen. IH. Inq. (undated and defective.) 

Constance, aged 2, and Isabel, aged 1, his daughters, are his heirs and are 
in the hand of the bishop of Durham. 

Northumberland. Matfen. 80a. arable, 5a. meadow, 128Ja. let to bondmen 
and cottars for 119s. 8d. yearly, a brewhouse, and a free tenant rendering 
yearly 2«. 

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194 INQUISITIONS. 

Natferton. 54a. arable, 24a. demised to a bondman for 16*. yearly, 
2a. meadow, and a man rendering Sd. yearly in avowry. 

Louerbotil. SSla. land demised to 16 bondnjmi and 4 cottars for 
9Z. Is. 3rf. yearly, other cottars rendering 13«. 8d. yecffly for tofts and crofts, 
a mill, and 3a. meadow. 

Newcastle. 258. rent. 
All held of the king in chief, rendering lOL yearly. 

Writ, 9 May. Extent, Tuesday after St. Dunstan, 50 Hen. III. 

Constance, aged 8, and Isabel, aged 2, his daughters, are his heirs. 

NoRTHUMBEBLAKD. Louorebotlo, Matfeu, and Nafiferton held of the king in 
chief by 101. rent paid by the town of Louerbotle for itself and the other 
towns. 

Matfen. 51a. and 2 parts of ^a. land, 3a. and 2 parts of ^a. meadow, 
3 bondmen each rendering 20a. 6d., 28. from Ban[dolphJ de Matfen, and Sd. 
from a brewhouse. 

Nafferton. 54a. land, 2a. meadow, and 2 bovates land held by a bond- 
man who renders 16«. yearly, and Sd. from Robert Freman *pro 
recognicione.' 

Newcastle. 16s. 8d. rent. {See No. 579.) 

C. Hen. III. FUe 82. (3.) 

609. John de Essblinqton alias de Estlington alias de Eslinoton. 

Wnt, 8 Dec. Inq. Friday after St. Hilary, 49 Hen. III. 

John, son of Alan de Esselington his son, age variously stated as 16 at the 
feast of the Invention of the Holy Cross, 48 Hen. III., and 18 at the feast of 
St. James the Apostle, 50 Hen. III., is his heir, and was married during the 
life of his grandfather (to a daughter of Eobert le Gonestable). {See Bot. Fin. 
49 Hen. IH. m. 4.) 

Northumberland. Esselington manor (extent given), held of the king in chief 
by service of 6 marks yearly, and all the husbandmen shall carry yearly to 
the king's castle of Hamburgh 15 trunks (of trees) {truncos), and suit is 
due at Northumberland county (court). 

Fraraelington manor (extent given with names of tenants), held of 
Sir Roger Bertram by service of J knight's fee, rendering 40d. yearly, and 
there is due for enclosing the park of Mitford to the value of 2s. yearly, and 
1 mark from the mill to the prior, &c. of Brinkebum of old feefiinent. 
The wife of the said John is not yet dowered out of the above. 

Writ, 25 Feb. 49 Hen. III. Extent, Sunday after Trinity, 50 Hen. III. 

Eslinton town (extent given), held of the king in chief by rendering 4Z. 
at the exchequer of Newcastle upon Tyne {super Thinam), and carrying 
* truncagium ' to Banburk castle, viz. — 15 cartloads. 

Framelington (extent given), held of Sir Roger -Bertram by service of 
\ knight's fee. 

C. Hen. in. FUe 82. (4.) 

610. John db Glbntbdon alias db Glentindon. 

Writ {missing). Extent made on the same day and on the same membrane as the 

above, viz.— Sunday after Trinity, 50 Hen. III. 

Robert, his son, aged 21 at the feast of St, Luke the Evangelist, 50 Hen. HI., 
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[Northumberland.] Witingeham, Throwinton, and Barthon. The said John's 
part (extent given), and he and Thomas de Kyal his co-parcener held of 
the king in chief for one sore sparrowhawk yearly. 

Glentedon. A moiety (extent given), held by rendering 20«. yearly to 
Thomas de Byel and Robert Batail. 

C. Hen. III. File 32. (4.) 

611. Andrew Loterbl. 

Writ (missing). Inq. Wednesday after the close of Easter, 49 Hen. III. 
Geoffrey, his son, is his heir, and of full age. 

[Nottingham.] Gameliston manor with Brigeford, Basingefeld, Keworth, and 
Normanton, and the advowson of Brigeford church, held of Gerard de Rodes 
by service of J knight's fee. 

Gameliston and Basingfeld. 6} virgates land held of the fee of 
Maunoers by service of A^ knight's fee ; and two virgates and 1 toft held of 
Robert de Thorlaston by rendering 2s. yearly. 

(No. 611 should be united to No. 604.) 

C. Hen. III. File 32. (5.) 

612. John son of John. 

Writ (missing). Extent. Wednesday before St. Denis, 49 Hen. III. 

Wilts. Cyriel manor (full extent given" with names of tenants), including 20a. 
meadow in the park of Aubred, 8a. at Phippesdene, and 8a. and Ir. at 
Thasewarde ; 20a. pasture at La Gore, and 200a. on the whole hill called 
Oldebyry, Cumbes, Herlesdune, and Heydune ; 51a. and Ir. land in 
demesne in Euwich ; and 40a. and Ir. wood in the forest of Chippenham. 

C. Hen. ni. File 32. (6.) 

613. John de Leb. 

Writ to the escheator in co. Lancaster, 28 Aug. 49 Hen. HI. Inq. (missing.) 

C. Hen. III. File 32. (7.) 

614. Beginald lb Fobrestbb. 

Writ, 1 Oct. Inq. Sunday after St. Michael, 49 Hen. IH. 
Jordan, his son, aged 40 and more, is his heir. 

[Bbbes.] Gokeham. 1 hide land held of the king in chief by service of 5s. 

Wyndesor forest. A bailiwick held of the king in chief, rendering 
10s. yearly. 

Waltham. ^ hide land held of the abbot of Certese, rendering 8a. yearly ; 
and J knightVfee held of William de Wyndes' by service of J knight's fee. 

Hurlee. 1 hide land held of the prior of Hurlee, rendering 8s. yearly. 

[OxFOBD.] Lynham. ^ knight's fee held of John de Bipariis by service of 
i knight's fee. (See No. 548.) 

C. Hen. III. File 82. (8.) 

615. John de Btaynhol alias de Stetnhole. 

Writ to Eobert de Lathum and Bichard le Butyller, 13 Feb. Writ to the sheriff 
of Lancaster, 14 Feb. Inq. Saturday after St. Cuthbert, 49 Hen. III. 
Boger, his son, is his heir, and of full age. 



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Lancaster. Steynhole. 8 bovates land held of the king m chief by service 
of drengage, rendering to the king Ss., foreign service, and one snitor at 
the county (court) and wapentake. 

C. Hen. III. FiU S2. (9.) 

616. Cecily db Hoton. 

Writ {undated fragment). Inq. Wednesday after St. Mary Magdalen, 50 Hen. III. 
Berte, her daughter, aged 28, is her heir, and is married and has children 
ijmeros). 

[Cumberland.] Hoton in the Forest. 27a. land held of the king in chief, 
rendering 4«. lid. yearly. 

C. Hen. HI. File 32. (10.) 

617. Godfrey le Marbbler alias le Marberer. 

Writ to the sherijBf of Surrey, 11 Feb. 50 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Surrey. Suwerk. The houses of the said Godfrey deceased were not the king's 
escheat through his death, because Maud the wife of William Bateman is his 
heir, as daughter and heir of Hugh the Mason {Cementarii) his brother, who 
died before him. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 82. (11.) 

618. William le Cressoner alias de la Cressener. 

Writ, 2 July. Inq. Wednesday after St. Mary Magdalen, 50 Hen. III. 

Alice, Christiana, and Agnes, his sisters, are his heirs, and of full age, for 
they were married long ago and all have several heirs. 

Cumberland. Hoton. i carucate land held of the king in chief, rendering 58. 
yearly ; whereof Emma late his wife holds i in dower. 

C. Hen. III. File 32. (12.) 

619. Hugh Gothemund alias Gutmund of Norton. 

Writ, 2 May, 50 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
Bandolph, his son, aged 8, is his heir. 

[Worcester.] Norton. 2 virgates land held of the abbot of Evesham, by 
doing suit at his court, 2 suits yearly at his two great hundred (courts), and 
1 suit at Worcester county (court) monthly. His wife seeks her dower. 
"^ C. Hen. III. File 82. (13.) 

620. Muriel de Glisseby. 

Writ {missing). Inq. The eve of the Apostles Simon and Jude, 50 Hen. III. 

John, her son, aged 22 and more, is her heir, and was in the king's wardship 
for 9 years and more. 

[Lincoln.] Clisseby . 1 bovate and i of J bov%te land, and 8s. 2jrf. rent of assize 
held of the king, as one of the 8 sisters and heirs of Peter son of Nicholas 
de Clisseby, who held of the king in chief 4 bovates land and 248. 8|ei. rent 
of assize by serjeanty of keeping one of the king's falcons. 

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621. Master John Maunsbll. 

Writ to the wardens (cvstodibus) of the city (of London), 12 April. Inq. Friday 
after Hock Day, 60 Hen. III. 

London. Certain houses held in chief of the heir of Robert, son of Walter, by 
service of 9d. They were taken into the king's hands because William de 
Heywode, the king's enemy, last held them, and are now held by Master 
William de Fescaump of the king's gift. Who is the heir of the said John 
the jury know not, nor whether he bequeathed the houses to Amabel de 
Rypun his kinswoman or not, but he could freely bequeath them according 
to the laws and customs of the city. 

C. Hen. III. File 82. (16.) 

622. BOBEBT DE LA GUTUBB. 

WrU, 28 June, 50 Hen. III. Inq. Sunday after SS. Peter and Paul. 
Henry, his son, aged 28, is his heir. 

SoMBBSET. Orchardleye, J knight's fee held of the king in chief by service of 
i knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 82. (16.) 

623. Henby db Blendek alias Blenddbge. 

Writ, 29 Dec. 60 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

John, his* son, aged 24 and more, is his heir. 

[Essex.] Merese. 100a. land, 8a. meadow, marsh for 120 sheep, and 98. bd. 
rent of assize. 

Bedeswell. 100a. arable, 8a. meadow, and 188. rent of assize. 
All held of the king in chief of the honour of Boulogne by 1 knight's fee, 
and doing one suit at the court of Boulogne {Boloye). 

The land of Bedeswell was let to farm until the end of 6 years. 

C. Hen. III. File 82. (17.) 

624. Juliana db Gtmingham. 

Writy 12 April, 50 Hen. III. Extent (undated). 

Eeyner de Gymingham, her son, aged 50 and more, is her heir. 

[NoBFOLK.] Burham manor (extent given), with the advowsons of a moiety of 
the churches of All Saints Ulp, and St. Margaret Burham, held of the king 
in chief by service of 1 knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 82. (18.) 

625. Emma Atthebe, of Stanford. 

Writ (missing). Inq. The eve of SS. Simon and Jude, 50 Hen. III. 

Henry Atthere, her son, is her heir, and of full age and more, and was 
married before his mother's death. 

Hbbefobd. [Stanford ?] J virgate lana, excepting 6Ja., held of the king in chief; 
and she ought to. conduct the king's treasure from Hereford to London, with 
others who owe the like service, at the king's costs ; to summon the bishop 
of Hereford at Bromyard by the king's command when necessary ; and to 
attend the county (court) of Hereford every other year. 

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626. BoBBRT DB Badbwell alias de Badbuell. 

Writ to the sherijBf of Bedford, 2 July. Inq, The day of the Translation of 
St. Benedict the Abbot, 60 Hen. III. 

Bedford. Badeuell. 10 virgates arable, 17a. meadow, 2S«. 6^. rent from 
free tenants, 28. from fishery, 2«. 6d. from cottars, J mark from pasture, 10s, 
from courts, and 24<. villenage rents, held of Balph Pyrot, service unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. File 32. (20.) 

627. BoBEBT DE Mebiton. 

Writ, 12 June. Inq. Saturday after St. John the Baptist, 50 Hen. III. 
Bobert Dykerel, his son, aged 23 and more, is his heir. 

[Oxford.] Meriton. A messuage and 2 virgates land in demesne, a messuage 
and J virgate land held by John le Neweman, rendering 2«. 6d. yearly, J 
virgate land held by William de Hereford, rendering 2«. 6d. yearly, and 
58. 6d. from a virgate held in villenage, held of the king in chief by service 
of i knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 38. (1.) 

628. William db Oivil alias db Eyvil, de Ovill. 

Writ to the sheriff of Somerset, 1 April, 50 Hen. HI. Extent {undated). 

Somerset. CnoUe manor (full extent given with names of tenants) including the 
pasture of Holdeburi ; all which lands are of the free marriage of Joan who 
was the said William's wife. 

C. Hen. III. File 88. (2.) 

629. Geoffbey de Solbnt alias de Sullbny. 

Writ of certiorari, 16 March, 50 Hen. IH. Inq. {undated.) 

His heirs are unknown to the jury, but he had sisters, some of whom were 
married in Cornwall and some in Brittany. 

Somebset. Kynemeredon manor, held of the king in chief by service of \ 
knight's fee; but half a year before his death he enfeoffed Bobert de Boyton 
and Mary his wife of the said manor and of all his land in Somerset and 
Cornwall, and he was of sound mind when he enfeoflfed them. To whom 
these lands ought to descend by hereditary right is unknown to the jury, but 
by the feoffment they ought to pertain to the said Bobert and Mary and 
their heirs, who peacefully held them until they were ejected by reason 
of the late disturbance ; but afterwards by the king's writ of restitution, 
because the said Bobert always adhered to the king's fealty, they recovered 
their seisin and still have it. 

C. Hen. III. File 33. (8.) 

630. Bobert Wlcotes alias Ulcoptes. 

Writ, 6 Nov. Inq. Sunday before the Conversion of St. Paul, 50 Hen. III. 
Simon, his son, is his heir, and of full age. 

NoBTHUMBBRLAND. Naffortuu. A messuago and 24a. land in demesne. 
Newcastle. Two burgages. 
For all which he rendered yearly to the king 1 mark, 

C. Hen. III. FUe 33. (4.) 



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631. John de Mugegros. 

Writ, 18 June, 50 Hen. III. 

His two sisters, Alice and Agatha, are his heirs, and of full age. 

Northampton. Extent, Tuesday before St. John the Baptist, 50 Hen. III. 

Esthaddon. A capital messuage, 6 virgates land in demesne, 18 virgates 
in villenage, 15«. 6d. cottars' rent, works worth 5s., lOs. 4Jd. rents of free 
tenants, JZ6. pepper and i of JZ6. pepper, and 4 mills, held of the honour of 
Leicester. And he held 3 knights' fees of the earl of Leicester in Est 
Haddon, in Saham, co. Nottingham, and in Sipfeud, co. Sussex, of the small 
fee of Mortain. 

[Cambridge.] Inq. {undated and dejective.) 

Hingstone. 80a. arable, 14«. 4rf., lib. pepper, and lib. cummin rent, and 
i and i of a mill, 2a. meadow, &c., held of the king in chief by service of 
i knight's fee. 

[Cambridge.] Extent, The day of St, (John the Baptist?), 50 Hen. HI. 
(fragment.) 

Arington held of the earl of Wyncestre in chief, 

by doing i knight's fee, and (the said earl?) held that land of the earl of 
Gloucester in chief by the same (service). 

C. Hen. III. File 88. (5.) 

632. Hugh de Polbsted. 

WHty 14 Dec. 50 Hen. III. 

His daughters, Hawis, aged 22, Petronilla, aged 18, and Bose {Roysia, 
Rays), age variously stated as 14, and 15 and more, are his heirs. 

Suffolk. Extent, Saturday after Ash Wednesday, 50 Hen. III. 

Polstede manor and advowson (extent given), held of the honour of 
Beleye, doing service of 4 knights* fees. 

[Norfolk.] Inq. (undated.) ■ 

Burnham manor (extent given) tenure unspecified ; and 40a. land with 
certain services held of the fee of Sir William de Grandcurt, by service of 
J knight's fee. And there are moieties there of the advowsons of the churches 
of St. Margaret and All Saints. (See No. 880.) 

C. Hen. III. File 88. (6.) 

633. Adam de Pbriton alias de Perugton, de Perinton. 

Writ, 24 Feb. 50 Hen. III. 

Bobert, son of Sir William de Kaynes alias de Eaenas, de Yenis and the said 
Adam's first daughter, age variously stated as 16 and 18 ; Isabel, late the wife of 
Sir Bobert de Welles, another daughter, of full age ; and Katherine, wife of John 
Paynel alias Paenell, a third daughter, of full age ; are his heirs. 

Inq. Saturday after St. Gregory (fragment.) 

C . . . . manor (one esquire ?) armed with 

a hauberk 

Gl . . . . town .... arable land wood . . 

Dorset. Extent (undated). 

Bamesham manor (extent given) held of Hugh de Eegghes, by rendering 
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Northampton. Extent^ Sunday before Hockday, 60 Hen. HI. 

Faxton manor (extent given), with rents of the free tenants of Multon 
alias Moltone and Waudegrave, held of Sir John de Baillol for 4 knights' 
fees, and 4 marks rent. 

Writ, 24 Feb. 56 Hen. HI. Inq. 50 Hen. III. 

NoKTHUMBBRLAND. 

EUintun alias Helligtun (manor) (extent given with names of tenants), 
with 4J marks rent from the town of Cresuel alids CresseweU, tenure 
unspecified. 
Hayden town was given in free marriage with the said Adam's daughter. 

C. Hen. III. File 93. a-) 

634. John de Bradeford. 

Writ, 17 Nov. Liq. made at Alneuick Tuesday after St. Hilary, 50 Hen. HI. 
Alexander, his son, aged 19 at the feast of All Saints next, is his heir. 

Northumberland. (Unspecified.) 8 bovates and 6a. arable in demesne, 2}a. 
meadow, 20s. herbage, 5 marks 10s. from the mill, 11 bovates servile lands, 
10s. from cottars, 6d. from Spinlestan pond, &c. giving 1 mark yearly for 
guard at the castle of Banburi, and doing the king's foreign service. 

C. Hen. HI. FiU 83. (8.) 

635. Walter de Horkelbohes alias de HoRKESLEa'. 

Writ, 5 Aug. 50 Hen. III. 

Sir Bobert de Horkesleg', his son, aged 88, is his heir. 

Suffolk. Extent {undated). 

Wiston manor (extent given), held sometime by Sir Walter de Wiston 
of the king by reason of the honour of Beylee for J knight's fee, and Sir 
Bobert de Hork', aged 88, is his heir. 

Essex. Extent, Sunday the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 50 Hen. III. 

Horkesleg' manor (extent given), held of the king by reason of the 
barony of Beyleg', by service of 2J knights' fees. 

C. Hen. in. File %3. (9.) 

636. BoGER de Merley alias de Merlay. 

Writ, 4 Dec. Extent, Tuesday before the Conversion of St. Paul, 60 Hen. III. 

His three daughters are his heirs, whereof the eldest, aged 24, is married to 
William de Graystok, the second, aged 10, is not married, and the third, aged 
8, was married before the said Soger's death to the son and heir of Marmadoke 
de Tueng. 

York. Burton manor (extent given with names of tenants), including a croft 
called Gumbland, a culture called Elyesflat, a mill and culture at Thymun, 
and lands or rents in the towns of Drenghou and Thyrnon, held of Peter de 
Brus, service unspecified. 

Knights' fees pertaining to the manor : — 

Harpam, Burton, Thyrhom, Mapelton, Bolleston, and Grancemor, 
2^ knights' fees held b^ Herbert de Sancto Quintino. 

Jetingham, Brentmgham, Glif and Gave, 1 knight's fee held by Hugh 
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Burton, 5 bovates land held by the said Hugh by service of ^ knight's 
fee. 

Rodestayn, Benton, and Buketon, 1 knight's fee held by William de 
Rodestayn. 

Hasthorp, i knight's fee held by William de Hasthorp. 

Thymom and Grancemor, ^^ knight's fee held by Alan Romund. 

Thyrnom, -^ knight's fee held by Anselm le Engleys ; and -^ knight's 
fee held by John le Engleys. 

Harpham, ^ knight's fee held by Thomas deLouthorp. (See No. 776.) 

C. Hen. Ill: File 33. (10.) 

637. William db Plogenbt. 

Writy 17 July, 50 Hen. III. Inq. The eve of All Saints, 51 Hen. HI. {much 

defaced,) 

Joice, his son and heir, died in the king's wardship after his father's death 
without heir of his body, and the inheritance descends to Henry his brother, 
aged 22. 

Bebes. Lamburn, J knight's fee held of the king. Joan, late his wife, has a 
third part. 

C. Hen. HI. File. 33. (11.) 

638. Adam db Novo Mercato. 

Writ of plenius certiorari^ on the petition of William, son of William, son of 
Roger Sturmer alias de Storemer, 25 Jan. Inq. Wednesday before Palm 
Sunday, 50 Hen. III. 

[Essex.] Storemer. A messuage and 50a. land, which the bailiffs of Richard 
king of Almain have taken into the said king's hands amongst the lands of 
the said Adam which the king gave him, were demised by the said William, 
son of Roger, to the said Adam for the sustenance of his son William, with 
reversion to him when of lawful age ; but the said Adam never provided 
sustenance to the said William, who is now of full age. 

C. Hen. III. File S9. (12.) 

639. John le Bbun. 

Writ, 20 March, 50 Hen. III. hiq. (undated.) 
John le Brun, aged 30, is his heir. 

Gloucestbb. Elkestan manor and a fourth part of Wyneston manor, held of 
the king in chief for J of a barony. 

C. Hen. III. File 33. (13.) 

640. William Whytman alias Wytman, who hanged himself. 

Writ, 8 Nov. Inq. Saturday before St. Andrew, 50 Hen. III. 
Isabel Witman, his sister, aged 26, is his heir. 

[Huntingdon.] Gomecestre. 8Ja. and Ir. land held of the king's demesne by 
rendering 7s. yearly. 3a. of the said land were delivered by the bailiffs of 
Gomecestre to Hugh Scot, and the rest to Eeyner, vicar of Gomecestre, who 
now hold them. 

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641. Bbbnabd de Bbus, the king's enemy, deceased. 

Writ oj extent to the sheriff of Huntingdon of lands, &c. in Cuminion, 
20 Aug. 60 Hen. IH. Extent (misiing). 

C. Hen. III. File 88. (15.) 

642. Geoffrey Puncard alias Punzabd. 

Writ ofplenius certiorari to the sheriff of Berks, on the petition of Robert Puncard, 
his son and lawful heir, 20 Nov. 50 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
After the said Geoffrey's death, his son Bobert and William son of Laurence, 
his elder son, were in the house together for one night, and when the body was 
translated to the church, the said Bobert ejected the said William, and maintained 
himself there for nearly 40 days. The said William procured an inquisition which 
found that he was the next heir, if legitimate ; but the present jurors know not 
whether he is legitimate or not. {See No. 647.) 

C. Hen. III. FOe 88. (16.) 

643. Hugh de Looes. 

Writ of certiorari^ 17 Aug. 61 Hen. III. Inq. {undated and defective.) 

[Warwick.] Cesterton manor was held by the said Hugh of the king by 
serjeanty, together with the bailiwick of the forest of Kanoc and other lands 
in CO. Stafford, by doing to the king yearly 10 marks from the said 
bailiwick, which Master Thomas de Weseham and the bishop of Chester now 
receive from the foresters. He never did any other service to the king for 

the manor, nor was anything ever levied 

from the manor. 

C. Hen. III. File 83. (17.) 

644. Robert de Trumpinton alias de Trumpitone. 

WHt, 17 Feb. Inq. St. Matthew's Day, 61 Hen. III. 
Bobert, his son, aged 16, is his heir. 

[Essex.] Great Teya. A messuage, land, meadows, pasture, woods, &c. worth 
66<. IQd. held of the king in chief by ^ knight's fee. 

Teya Oodmar. 22a. land and ^. meadow held of Master Geo&ey de 
Feringes in free socage by service of &b. 5d. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 88. (18.) 

645. Adam de Neuton. 

Writy 8 Sept. Inq. Wednesday the day of St. Matthew, 61 Hen. III. 
WilUam, his son, aged 24, is his heir. 

Cumberland. (Unspecified.) 40a. land held of the king by service of 28. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 88. (19.) 

646. Robert le Ohaumberlakg alias le GHAMBERLEm. 

Mandate from the king's escheator to the subescheator in co. Essex, reciting 
writ dated 28 June. Inq. Friday after St. Paul, 51 Hen. UI. 
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HENRY III. 203 

EssBX. Sturmere. Lands (unspecified) worth 101. held of the king in chief 
by service of J knight's fee ; and 13a. land held of the church of Haverelle 
and Trop crot ? by rendering 34d. yearly. ^ 

C. Hen. III. File 33. (20.) 

647. Richard db Havering' alias db Havbringbs, knt. 

Mandate, &c., to the subescheator in co. Dorset, reciting writ dated 3 April, 
61 Hen. HI. 
Richard, his son, aged 25 and more, is his heir. 

[Dorset.] Inq. (undated.) Sabwyk. 1 carucate land held of the earl of 
Leicester by service of J knight's fee ; and 60a. held of Walter le Vineter by 
service of ^d. and i^ knight's fee. 

Southampton. Inq. (undated.) 

Stanbrigge juxta Rumesie. 11 marks rent of assize held of Thomas de 
la Huse of the fee of Alexander Daundeville, service unspecified. 

Wilts. Inq. Tuesday before St. John ante Portam Latinam, 61 Hen. III. 

Midelton. 16s. arable land rendering to John Fulcher one rose, 16s. 6d. 
rent, and 13s. 4c2. from the issues of garden and meadow. 

Berks ; Ken' hundred. Inq. (undated.) 

Eysenwode. 2 parts of 1 virgate land held of Sir Robert de Tattesale 
by service of 22^d. rent. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 34. (1.) 



648. GODFRET DB LiSTON. 

Writ, 18 April, 61 Hen. III. 

John, his son, aged 30, is his heir. 

EssBX. Inq. St. Mark's day. 

Listone manor, held of the. king in chief by service of making wafers 
(vajras) when the king wears the crown, at the king's cost. 

Borle town. 30a. land held of the earl of Albemarle (Alha Mar') 
rendering 1 (pair ?) of gilt spurs. 

Corsfeld. A messuage, 60a. land, 40a. wood, 6a. meadow and a 
windmill held of the earl of Oxford by service of \ knight's fee ; and land 
and rent worth 60s. held at farm of the fee of William de Hodingg and 
Master Richard de Corsfeld. 

EssBX. Inq. Monday after Palm Sunday. 

Leitone. Land (unspecified) held of Sir Hugh de Nevill in chief by 
service of 1 gilt spur or 6d. (or? 1 (pair) of gilt spurs). 

C. Hen. III. FiU 34. (2.) 



649. WiLLUM DE Broy. 

WHty 8 Nov. 61 Hen. III. Extent (undated). 

He died on Friday after All Saints, 61 Hen. III. William, his son, is his 
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Hereford. Ailmeton town, held for 8 hides by serjeanty, which was rated by 

Sir Henry de Wingham at 24«. which are paid yearly at the exchequer. 
^ Lontlendi (?) in Yrchenefeld. 1 carucate land held of Sir Walter de 

Huntele by service of \ knight's fee. 

Lont Mohan. \ carucate lemd held of the said Walter, and it is in the 
liberty of Monemue outside the county ; and 8 bovates land hdd of Sir 
Edward the king's son by service of 2s. yearly, outside the county. 

C. Hen. III. FUe M. (8.) 

650. William Pipard. 

Mandate, &c., to the subescheator in co. Devon, reciting torit dated, 17 ? April, 
51 Hen. IH. Inq. (undated.) 
Edmund, his son, aged 21 on the least of St. Mark last, is his heir. 

Devon. Little Totnes, held of Hamel de Boyllay in burgage. 

Churleton, held of the heirs of Balph de Yalletorta, of the demesne of 
Hurberton. 

Langedon, held of the said Hamel by knight's service. 
Kary, held of the lords of Totnes by knight's service. 
^ Tettecot, similarly held. 
Bovy, similarly held. 

Blakedon, held of the said Hamel by knight's service. 
Leuerekeber, similarly held. 

Writ, 27 April. Inq. Sunday after St. Botulph, 51 Hen. III. 

Suffolk. Hintlisham. A moiety of the town with the advowson, held of the king 
in chief by service of one sparrowhawk {nisi) yearly at the king's exchequer ; 
and 1 messuage held of Bobert de Kopcopedhoc rendering Sd. yearly. 

C. Hen. HI. File 84. (4.) 

651. Hugh le Brett. ^ 

Wnt, 17 March, 51 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
John, his son, aged 28, is his heir. 

[Essex.] Auveliers. A messuage, 90a. a.rable in demesne, 8a. meadow and 
pasture, and 29«. lOd. rent of assize, held of the king in chief of the barony 
of Eelieghe, by service of J knight's fee ; 5«. 6d. rent of assize held of the fee 
of the earl of Warenne by service of i^ knight's fee ; and 90a. land in demesne, 
2a. meadow and pasture, and 4«. 5d. rent of assize, held of the fee of the earl 
of Mandevill, service unknown. 

C. Hen. III. File 84. (5.) 

652. Balph de Eeylmers. 

Writ, 29 April. Inq. Friday before St. Swithin, 51 Hen. HI. 

Simon, his son, aged 4 at the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula next, is his heir. 

[Northampton.] Eeylmers. 6 virgates land. 

Craunisle. 2^ virgates land and a mill. 
GHpston. 5 virgates land. 
Oxindon. 2 virgates land. 
All held of the king in chief of the soke of Geytinton, rendering 20«. to 
the farm of the manor of Geytinton, and ^ of the tallage assessed to the manor 
when the manor is taxed. 

Eeylmers. 8J virgates land held of William le Hauberge of the fee of 
Pevereli» rendering lib. cummin yearly. 

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653. Peter de Percy. 

Writy 28 March. Inq. The morrow of Easter, 51 Hen. HI. (defective.) 

Robert de Percy, aged 21 St. Dunstan, 51 Hen. III., is his 

heir. 

York. Warrum with the advowson, held of the king in chief for J knight's fee. 

Sotton upon Derwent, a moiety held of the fee of Maulay in chief by 
knight's service ; and the other moiety held of the fee of Percy in chief by 
knight's service. 

Kemeteby. 8 carucates land held of the fee of Percy by knight's 
service. 

Boulton. 7 carucates land similarly held. 

Poles. 2 parts of 1 carucate land held of Euphemia {EuferrC) de 
Queldale in chief by knight's service. 

C. Hen. III. File M, (7.) 

654. Humphrey db Boun. 

Writ, 21 Feb. Extent, Monday after the Annunciation, 51 Hen. III. 

Humphrey, son of the said Humphrey and Eleanor his wife, aged 18J, is 
heir (of the said Eleanor). 

Hereford. Hay (castle) town and commote (extent given). 

Huntiton castle and borough (extent given), with rents in Kin ton 
' borough, Bauerton, New Kinton, Moseleg, Chicwardin, and Brunleg (held of 
the inheritance of the said Eleanor), service unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 84. (8.) 

655. Alexandra de la Haye. 

Writ, 14 Aug. 51 Hen. III. 

Alexandra, daughter of the said Alexandra and Thomas de la Haye, and wife 
of William de Gardino, age variously stated as 22 at least and 24 and more, is 
her heir. 

Oxford. Inq. The feast of St. Bartholomew. 

Somerton. A messuage, garden, 40a. arable in demesne, 8a. meadow 
and 608. rents, &o. 

Coges. A messuage, garden, 80a. arable in demesne, 10a. meadow and 
88«. 8d. rents. 

All held of the king in chief by doing at Dover castle the service pertaining 
to 1} knight's fee, and finding a moiety of the cost of maintenance of a certain 
liouse in the castle for ever. 

Kent. Inq. Saturday after St. Giles. 

/ (Unspecified.) 40a. land, pasture in the marsh for 80 sheep, 22«. rent, 
fowls, &c. held of the barony of Sir Robert de Sancto Johanne. 

C. Hen. III. File 84. (9.) 

656. Thomas de Hauvill oZum de Hauvile. 

Writ, 1 Jan. Inq. Sunday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 51 Hen. III. 
Henry his son, aged 12, would be his heir if he had any land of fee. 

Buckingham. Linford manor (extent given) held of the fee of Neuport of the 
barony of Sir Roger de Somery, and Lady Ida de Bello Campo holds (it) in 
dowBr, to whom the said Thomas used to render yearly 6«. rent and 4s. for 
view of frank pledge. {See No. 685.) 

a Hen. III. File 84. (10.) 



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657. Hbnbt db Hauyyl alias de Hauvile. 

Writ, 11 Jan. Inq. Friday after St. Valentine, 51 Hen. III. 

Henry son of Balph de Hauvile^ aged 21 and more, who lately did homage 
to the king, is his heir. 

Norfolk. Dunton manor (extent given), tenure unspecified, whereof lady Amice 
late the wife of the said Henry holds J in dower. 

Great Benham. 8 marks and 12d. rent, tenure unspecified, wherof the 
said Amice received a moiety in dower. 

Eeteleson. 4/. 18s. in lands, meadows and rent of assize, tenure 

unspecified, whereof the said Amice receives ^ in dower. Thomas de Hauvile 

when he had the wardship of Henry de Hauvile his nephew, enfeoffed Balph 

de Nichole of a messuage and meadow, 18a. land and a windmill. 

The said Thomas the younger brother after the death of Henry his father 

deceived the king's court so that he recovered seisin of his father's lands, until 

the king gave the wardship and marriage of Henry, son of Balph de Hauvile 

the elder son and heir of the said Henry (the elder), to William de Benham, 

who sold the same wardship to the said Thomas. The said Thomas held no 

other lands in Norfolk when he died. 

C. Hen. III. File 84. (11.) 

658. BooBR LE Taluub. 

Writ {missing). Extent, Thursday after St. Gregory, 51 Hen. III. 

Essex. La Walle manor (extent given), tenure unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. File S4. (12.) 

659. John db Sanoto Amando. 

Writ (missing.) Extent, The day of St. Gregory, 61 (Hen. III.). 
Suffolk. Ixning (extent given), tenure unspecified. 



C. Hen. III. FiU 84. (18.) 



660. Geoffrey de Nbvill, of Leysseby. 



WHt (missing). Inq. Saturday after St. Bartholomew, 51 Hen. HI. 

Hugh de Nevill, son of the uncle of the said Geoffrey, aged 80 and more, is 
his heir. 

[Lincoln.] Leisseby manor held of the king in exchange for the manor of Here, 
CO. Dorset, service unspecified. 

Stratton manor, held of the heirs of Geoffrey de Utingworth, rendering 
100«. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 84. (14.) 



661. Geoffbet lb Bus. 

Writ (undated). Extent, Wednesday after the Conversion of St* Paul, 
51 Hen. III. 
Bobert his son, aged 4 at Whitsuntide next, is his heir. 



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[GAMBBiDaB.] Glopton. A messuage, 21a. land, 8a. meadow, &c. held of 
Sir W. de Chaeny by service of 60a. yearly, and of the abbot of Lesnes 
by service of 60s. 

Bassingbourne. 58a. arable, 8a. meadow, and 27«. 2|d. rent of assize, 
lib. pepper, lib. cummin and 1 capon, held of the king in chief of the fee of 
Boulogne, by J knight's fee. 

[Cambridge.] Inq. Tuesday before St. Gregory, 51 Hen. III. 

Bassingebume manor (extent given), J knight's fee held of the king in 
chief of the honour of Boulogne by doing 2 suits yearly at St. Martin le 
Grant, London, before the bailiff of the honour. 

Clopton. J knight's fee (extent given) held of the said honour, 
rendering 60«. to Sir William de Cheney of Mordon, and 50«. yearly to the 
abbot of Lesnes. And the bailiff of the said honour holds the view of frank 
pledge, and takes 2$. to the king's use. 

C. Hen. III. File 84. (15.) 

662. BiCHABD Herige d^ Stapilfobd, alias Eighabd de Stapilford. 

Writ, 7 Sept. Inq. Monday after the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 
51Hen.UL 
Hugh de Stapilford his son, aged 25, is his heir. 

Nottingham. Stapilford. 28 bovates land, J watermill, and 4«. 6d. rent. 
[Derby.] Maperleygh. Qs. rent. 

All held of the king in chief of the honour of Peverel by service of 1 knight's 
fee 

C. Hen. III. File 84. (16.) 

663. BoBERT DE Hilton. 

Writ {missing). Extent^ Saturday before St. Laurence, 51 Hen. III. 

Northumbebland. Benigton. 206a. arable in demesne, 82a. meadow, 24a. 
pasture, 12a. brambles? (dumtis), 11. 19«. 6d. from bondages, 26«. from 
cottages, &c., rents from free tenants (names given), a mill, and l^a. herbage 
called Lymekilnelesche. 

Syplingtbotill. 286a. land in demesne, 27a. meadow, pastures called 
Blakelesche, Caldenelburne, &c., 13L 198. 2^d. from bondages, 16^. from 
cottagers, rents from farmers and free tenants (names given), including 12^. 
from Jolm de Newton for the town of Neuton, 2a. from Gilbert de Vythill 
for the town of Vythill, and 2«. from Boger de Gysinis for a moiety of the 
town of Gysinis, and a mill. 

Gysinis. 16a. in demesne, 57^. and 288. from bondagers, 1 mark and 4c?. 
from cottars, and rents from farmers and free tenants (names given), 
including the town of Haysand and a moiety of Normanbey held by 
Hugh de Haysand, and he renders 1 mark for the guard of the castle of 
Alneuick for all. 

C. Hen. in. File 84. (17.) 

664. Thomas son of M[ichael], son of [Micha]el. 

Writ (missing). Extent, Tuesday after St. Gregory the Pope, 51 Hen. HI. 
(defective). 
Michael his son, aged 8 at the Feast of the Purification next, is his heir. 



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NoRTHUHBEBLAKD. Wytingeham (full extent given with names of tenants). 

Barthon (full extent given with names of tenants). 

Trowinton (full extent given with names of tenants). 

Byhel (fall extent given with names of tenants), including lands in 
Little Ryel and Alburwic. 

[Wytingeham with Trojwinton and Barthon held of the king by 
service of ^ mark. 

[Ryhel, held of Ralph] son of Roger, which was given in free 
marriage ; and Michael son [of Thomas son of Michael deceased] is the 
third heir of the third degree. 

Dalton manor (extent given) held of the honour of Richmond by 
knight's service. 

wife of Michael de Dalton, step-mother of the 

said Thomas, holds the whole residue of the said 

The dower of the wife of the deceased has yet to be made. (See No. 300.) 

C. Hen. III. File 34. (18.) 



665. Henry Pygod, impotent from old age. 

Writ (missing). Inq. Wednesday after St. Martin, 61 Hen. HI. (defaced). 

Nicholas his son, of full age and more, is his heir, and is married and has 
children (pueros). 

Hereford. (Unspecified.) 1 virgate? land, excepting 14 

held of the king in chief, and he ought to convey the king's (treasure) from 

Hereford to London at the king's costs and to attend 

each county (court) of Hereford, and summon the bishop of Hereford at 
Bromyard. On account of his impotence from old age he committed all his 
land to Nicholas his son, the bearer of these presents. 

C. Hen. HI. File 34. (19.) 



666. Robert db Barevill, of Barton. 

Mandate from the king's escheator to Th. de Bekering reciting writ dated, 
20 Sept. 52 Hen. III. Inq. Saturday after St. Martin, 53 Hen. IH. 
(defective). 
Joan, aged 18, and Alice, aged 16, his daughters, are his heirs. 

[Lincoln.] Barton. 17 bovates larid in demesne, and 20«. 5^. from 14 tofts, 
held of the king in chief, rendering yearly (one) sore sparrowhawk. Emma 
late his wife has a third part in dower. (See Nos. 377, 627, 570.) 

C. Hen. III. FUe 34. (20.) 



667. Robert db Chancy. 

Writ (missing). Inq. Monday before St. Michael, 52 Hen. III. 
Thomas his son, aged 23, is his heir. 

York. Skirkenbec manor (extent given), held of the king in barony. 

C. Hen. III. File Z5. (1.) 



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HENRY ITI. 209 

668. John de Eauwodb. 

Writ {missing). Inq. Monday after St. Hilary, 52 (?) Hen. III. 

David, son of John his eldest s»n, aged 11, is his heir ; but Robert, another 
son, maliciously carried off the said David, son of his elder brother, in the lifetime 
of the said John, anil still detains him, but why and where the jury know not. 

York. Kauwode. Land (unspecified) held of the king in chief by service of 
keeping the king's wood of Langwathe. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 35. (2.) 

669. Henry de Merck', alias de Merk*. 

Writ, 20 Sept. Inq. Wednesday after St. Luke, 52 Hen. III. 

Henry, his son, aged 21 years, 8 weeks and 2 days, is his heir. 

Essex. Little Berdefud manor, with 1 carucate land in Lattone pertaining 
thereto, held of the king of the honour of Boulogne for 8 knights' fees. 

Teye ad Hulmos manor, held of the earl of Hertford for 1 knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 85. (8.) 

670. Stephen de Hampton. 

Mandate dc. to the sub-escheator in co. Oxford, reciting writ dated 21 July, 

52 Hen. m. 

Alice, his daughter, aged 15 at the feast of St. Fredeswide last, is his heir ; 
and after his death the king gave the wardship and marriage of the said Alice to 
Sir Nicholas de Yetindene, who gave the same to Sir Philip Basseth, and he to 
Lady Katharine Luvel, and she to Walter de la Puile, who married the said Alice. 

Oxford. Inq. St. Giles's day, 52 Hen. III. 

Hamptone manor, held of the king in chief by service of ^ knight's fee. 

[Gloucester.] Inq. Friday the feast of St. Bartholomew, 62 Hen. III. 

Bacchesor', J knight's fee held of Sir Thomas Gulafre, by knight's 
service. 

C. Hen. III. File 85. (4.) 

671. Petronilla de Wodbhuses alias de la Wdehuse. 

Writ, 28 July, 52 Hen. III. Inq. Tuesday before St. Peter ad Vincula. 

Her two sons, Bobert de Beutoft, aged 40, and Alan de Beutoft, aged 80, are 
her heirs. 

Nottingham. La Wdehuse in the soke of Oswardbec. 95a. land, with a moiety of 
the site of a mill in Tylne, held of the king in chief by service of 32«., and 
suit at the court of Oswardbec. 

Bekingham. } bovate and 56a. land, 30a. wood, and la. meadow, held 
of the archbishop of York in chief by service of Ss. and suit at his court. 

Tylne. 2 bovates land held by service of 18d. and suit at the arch- 
bishop's court. {See No. 709.) 

C. Hen. III. File 85. (5.) 

672. Henry de Molesfen alias de Mulesfen. 

Writy 2 Sept. Inq. Wednesday before St. Matthew, 52 Hen. III. 

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210 INQUISITIONS. 

Northumberland. Molesfen (extent ^iven), hdd of the king in chief, the said 
Henry and his bondmen rendering Ids. work yearly at Bamburk castle, 
40«. to the constable of the castle for multure, and 80». to the king by the 
sheriff's hands, and he owes suit at Northumberland county (court); and 
2 bovates land, which lie waste, held of Ingram de Warenham. 

C. Hen. III. File 85. (6.) 

673. Herbert de Bolbbek. 

Writ, 17 Aug. Inq. The day of the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 

52 Hen. III. 

Gilbert Bolebek, his brother by the same father and mother, is his heir, 
and of full age. 

Buckingham. Kingeseye manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by 
service of one knight's fee. 

KenebeUe manor. 1 carucate land held of John le Waleys by service of 
^ knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 85. (7.) 

674. Robert db Wrtht' alias db Wurth'. 

Writ to the sheriff of Lincoln, 27 March, 52 Hen. HI. Inq* (undated). 

William de Stretton, aged 82, Henry de Coudre, aged 28, and Jordan de 
Tyderington, aged 26, are his heirs. 

Lincoln. Middle Basene. 82a. land and meadow, and 808. rent, held on the 
day of the battle of Evesham, of Germanus son of Walter and Germanus 
Knot, of Middle Rasene, by service of Id. yearly. 

Walesby. 1 bovate land, held on the same day, of Walter de Aula of 
Walesby by service of Id. yearly. 

Lyndewod. 2a, land, held on the same day, of Nicholas son of Nicholas 
de Lyndewod and Alan Malet by service of Id. yearly. 

Estrasen manor, held on the same day, of Grace de Insula and her heirs 
by service of 6d. or a pair of gilt spurs, of Elias de Rabayn by service of 
10«. warnoth, and of Henry de Alem(annia) by service of 5s. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 85. (8.) 

675. William Cratbfige alias Gratefiob. 

Wiitj 12 Jan. Inq. Friday the feast of St. Hilary, 52 Hen. HI. 

London. A messuage in the parish of St. Andrew towards Alegate, is the king's 
escheat by the death of the said William who was killed in the battle at 
Lewes against the king and Edward his son. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 85. (9.) 

676. Giles de Wechchesham alias de Wachesham, db Wachisham. 

Writ, 28 June, 52 Hen. III. 

Giles his son, age variously stated as 85 and more, 86 at the feast of St. John 
the Baptist (last), and 40 and more, is his heir. 

[Norfolk.] Extent, The morrow of St. Thomas the Martyr, 52 Hen. IH. 

Marlingford manor (extent given), held of the abbot of St. Edmund in 
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[Suffolk.] Extent, Thursday after 8S. Peter and Paul, 52 Hen. III. 

Wrtham manor (extent given), part held in chief of the abhot of 
St. Edmund by service of 12d. and J knight's fee, and the residue of the 
barony of Le By by service of IJ knight's fee. 

[Suffolk.] £xfent, Wednesday after S8. Peter and Paul, 52 Hen. III. 

Wachisham" manor (extent given), part held of Sir Peter de Taleword in 
chief by service of (one) knight's fee, and the residue of the bishop of Ely in 
chief by service of 1 knight. 

[Suffolk.] Extent, Wednesday after SS. Peter and Paul, 52 Hen. IH. {defective). 

Stansted manor (extent given), held of the king in chief (by service of) 
f knight's fee of the honour of Ha e. 

Culfho, J knight's fee held of (the king) in chief of the honour of 
Lancaster. Whereof John, brother of the said Giles, holds .... fee in 
demesne of the gift of Elizabeth his mother. 

[Suffolk.] Assignment of dower {undated). 

The manor of Wortham is assigned to Joan late his wife in dower, 
besides her marriage (portion) of Thoryton, saving to the king U. 12«. |d. 
rent of assize of free tenants with their homage and service, in the name of 
wardship. 

C. Hen. III. FUe Q5. (10.) 

677. Nicholas de Gbbunde. 

Writ, 28 March, 52 Hen. III. Extent {undated). 
Hugh his son, aged 80, is his heir. 

Kent. Frethenestede manor and advowson (extent given), and Esherst manor 
and advowson (extent given), held of the king in chief (by service of) 
1 knight's fee. 

Holingeburn. Is. rent held of the prior of Christchurch, Canterbury, 
rendering 20d. yearly ; and 4a. wood held of John Someri, rendering 12d. 
yearly. 

Buckingham. He held also in Poxcote and Dodington, the lordship of 2 knights' 
fees, for which his heir ought to answer to the king for 3 knights' fees. 

C. Hen. III. File. 85. (11.) 

678. Nicholas de Leukenobe. 

Writ, 1 June, 52 Hen. III. 

Sir Roger his son, age variously stated as 24 and 26 and more, is his heir. 

Essex. Extent, St. Margaret's day, 52 Hen. III. 

Little Beynes manor (extent given), held of the king in chief for 
1 knight's fee, and by service of rendering 10s. yearly at the castle of 
•Dover and suit at the court of Haghele. 

[Suffolk.] Extent, Saturday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr 
52 Hen. IE. 

Mendisham manor (extent given), was wholly given by the said 
Nicholas 5 years and more before his death to Sir Eoger his son, who did 
homage for it to Hugh de Mandevil and holds it of him by service of 
1 knight, paying yearly 32«. to Roger de Cotton and others, and 5s. 
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Middlesex. Inq. Saturday after St. Margaret, 52 Hen. III. 

Bu Mimmes manor (extent given), held of the earl of Hereford, viz. — 
1 knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File. 35. (12.) 

679. William Maudut alias Mauduyt, Mauduth, earl of Warwick. 

Wnt, 20 Jan., 52 Hen. III. 

He had no heir of his body ; William de Bello Campo the younger, son of his 
sister Isabel deceased who was married to William de Bello Campo the elder, age 
variously stated as 26 and more, and SO and more, is his heir. 

Extent > [^2?] Hen. III. (Jragment). 

manor and advowson .... of the king of the honour 

[EuTLAND.] Extent, Tuesday before the Purification, 52 Hen. III. 

Berudon manor and advowson, with the advowson of Sutluflfeham church 
(extent given) ; the manor was the king's ancient demesne, and King Henry 
the old (vetua) gave it to the ancestors of William Maudut, service unknown 

[ .] Extent, Wednesday after the Purification. 

Langedich. A court, garden, &c., worth 26«. 8d. yearly, arable land 
worth Gs. 6d., Qa. lOd. rent of assize, and ^a. meadow, tenure unspecified. 

[Gloucester.] Extent, Tuesday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 52 Hen. III. 
Cheddewrth manor (extent given), tenure unspecified ; but Robert de 
Camera holds there 4 knight's fee, and Richard de Bosco (holds) by 
serjeanty of being the king's pantler for 3 feasts yearly. 

[Southampton.] Extent, The morrow of St. Vincent, 52 Hen. III. 

Hortleie manor (extent given with names of tenants), including 1 
carucate land held by Gilbert Coiian by service of ^ knight's fee, 2 virgates 
held by Richard de Hoiitot by service of 1 clove gillyflower, and 1 virgate 
held by William de Borhunte by service of ^ knight's fee, held of the king 
in chief by service of ^ knight's fee, and he was the king's Chamberlain at 
his exchequer in London by reason of this manor, and used to have a clerk 
there continually, to whom he gave 100s. yearly at least. 

Hindesham. 10s. rent of assize. 

Winchester. J mark. 

Warwick. Extent (undated). 

Warwick castle and borough (extent given), with the advowsons of 
the churches of St. Mary, where there are eight prebends, and St. James ; 
including land and park at Wegenok', the fishpond of Pakkemor with the 
park, pastures called Magna Linch, le Putsiche, le Mucheleput, le Litleput, 
le Ling juxta Coppeswelle, and le Longsiche versus Cleyputtes, and the 
meadow of Mitton and le Homme in the meadow of St. Nicholas, and the 
meadow under the warren. He held the whole honour of the earldom of 
Warwick, of the king by service of 2 knights. 

[Warwick.] Extent, Monday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 52 Hen. IH. 

Braill manor (extent given) held of the earldom of Warwick of the 
king in chief by the service due for the whole earldom. Knights' fees held 
of the manor : — 

Chiriton, 1 knight's fee held by Ralph de Wylinton. 

Wynderton, J fee held by Sir Roger de Clifford. 

Chelemudecote, J fee held by Sir Henry Hubaud. 

Braill, J fee held by Sir Peter de Monteforti ; and i fee held by 
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[Warwick.] Schedule of knights' fees (dejaced) : — 

(Unspecified,) 1 fee held by le Boteler. 

Pakinton, 1 fee by the prior of Kennilewrth. 

(Unspecified,) yV fe® hy William de Ardena. 

(Unspecified,) 4 fees ? by John de Verdun. 

Berkeswell, J fee by Richard de Mundeville. 

Listesvim (?), ^ fee by the said Richard. 

[Lodbroc?] 1 fee by John de Lodbroc. 

FuUbroc, J fee by'Henry Hubaud. 

Grafton, ^ fee by William de Ardern. 

[Compton Murdak ?] 1 fee by William Murdac. 

Ghalmundeccote, ^ fee. 

[Compton Winyate ?] J fee by Thomas de Cumpton Windgate. 

Chyriton, 1 fee by Ralph de Wiliton. 

Herberbury, 1 fee by William le Megre. 

Cumpton, 8 parts (?) of 1 fee by GeoflErey Saumpson. 

Willeby, J fee by the master of St. John, Oxford. 

[Walecot,] J fee by de Walecot. 

Lodbroc, | fee by Roger de Sutham. 
Rodburn, J fee by William de Ardern. 
Lockesle, 1 fee by the prior of Kenill [worth] . 
Bodewrth and Wilie, 1 fee by Henry Hastiri. 
Napton, i^ fee by Thomas de Ardern. 
Polebro and Wodecote, J fee. 
Cumpton, J fee by William Murdac. 
Radeford, J fee by William de Simely. 
Morton, J fee by John son of Alan. 

[Ludinton,] ^ fee by Ralph de Ludinton. 
Wrlmeleston, 1 fee by John Pecch. 
Pillardinton, 1 fee. 

[Haleford ?] \ fee by the heirs of Richard de Haleford. 
Wilmecote, 1 fee by Thomas de Caunvile. 

Dercet, J fee by the same. 

Sekindon, ^ fee by the same. 

Clinton, 1 fee by Geoffrey Sauvage. 

Billesle, 1 fee by William Trussel. 

Winderton, J fee by Walter Deyvile. 

Soteswell, 1 fee by John son of Guy. 

Breles, ^ fee by Nicholas de Sedgrave. 

Snitenefeld, 1 fee by Thomas de Clinton. 

[Warwick,] ^ fee by Richard de Warr\ 

Fennicumpton, J fee by Richard Pecch. 

Wichurch, 1 fee by Peter de Monteforti. 

(Unspecified,) i fee by William Paumer and Simon de Fraunkton 

Hodenhull, \ fee by John Goremund. 

Walt [on], 1 fee by Walter Dejrvile. 

Chesewik (?), \ fee by William de Ulnhale. 

Wellesburn and Cherlecote, 1 fee by Peter de Monteforti. 

Cocton, J fee by Robert de BruylU. 

Breles, i fee by Peter de Monteforti. 

Ecleshale, \ fee. 

Fennicumpton, J fee by the prior of Clatercote. 

Estleg, Morton and Donesmor, 2J fees by . . . de Estley. 

Wetonton, 1 fee. 

Merston Wavre, i fee. 



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214 INQUISITIONS. 

Wnt to the sheriii of Gloucester to extend the lands alienated by the said earl, 
of which Alice, latehis wife, seeks her dower, 9 Feb., 62 Hen. III. 

[..♦..] Extent (undated and mostly illegible). 

Heywod. A little wood worth 4». yearly; total of the extent 9i. Is, bd, 

[Gloucester.] Inq. (undated). 

Cheddewr'. J virgate land was sold by the said earl to Walwyn de 
Falcombe, rendering 2«. 8d. yearly and suit of court. 

Gloucester. Inq. Tuesday after the Annunciation, 52 Hen. III. 

Westun. Land worth 151. yearly was alienated by the said earl. 

Writ (as above) to the sheriff of Northampton, 9 Feb., 52 Hen. III. Extent 
{undated). 

Northampton. Eston. A messuage, 26a. land, 29$. in villenage, and Ss. 6d. 
rent from free tenants, were sold by the said earl after he married the said 
Alice to Roger le Vele* 

Writ (as above) to the sheriff of Buckingham and Bedford, 9 Feb., 52 Hen. EI. 
Extent (undated). 

Bedford. Glopham and Acle. William le Brun was enfeoffed by the said 
earl of lands, &c. to the value of 41. 12«. 6d., 17 8\ 6d. rent of free tenants, and 
a fishery and villenage customs, &c. to the value of 50s. 

Writ (as above) to the sheriff of Rutland, 9 Feb., 52 Hen. III. Extent, Saturday 
before St. Peter in Cathedra. 

[Rutland.] (Unspecified.) Reginald de Nevile was enfeoffed of 9a. land after the 
said earl married the said Alice ; Peter de Wakerle of a messuage and la. 
land ; William le Chamberleyng of 2 messuages, 4ia. land, and Ir. meadow ; 
Robert de Luffenham of 7a. land, and 7s. 7d. rent; Robert de la Siche of 
1 messuage and 1 bovate land ; and Richard de Seyton of tenements, &c. 
worth SI. yearly. 

Gretham and Cotesmor. William de Draycote was enfeoffed of 19«. 
rent. 

Writ (as above) to the sheriff of Warwick, 9 Feb. 52 Hen. III. 

[Warwick.] Extent {undated). 

W^alton Maudut manor (extent given), was alienated by the said earl. 

Warwick. Extent (undated). 

Warwick. A messuage which William de Horburn holds was alienated 
by the said earl. 

Mitton. A messuage and 1 virgate land which the master of the 
Hospital of St. John, Warwick, holds. 

Breylis. A messuage and 1 virgate land, and a burgage, which 
Geoffrey le Sergaunt holds; and a croft which John Balle holds. 

C. Hen. III. File. 85. (13.) 

680. Simon de Gryel and Maud his wife. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated and defective). 

His 8 sons, aged respectively 30, 24, 23, 20, 15, 14, 12 and 11, succeed the 
said Simon equally in the following inheritance : — 
[Kent.] [Esset]eford, Seveneton, Estesture, and Pakemanston, 2 knights' 

fees, viz. — 3 carucates land, with the advowson of Esseteford, held by 



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the said Maud on the day when the said Simon died, of the king in chief by 
rendering 20«. yearly for the guard of Dover castle. 

Moningeham. 240a. of gavelkind land held by the said Simon of 

the prior of Holy Trinity and many husbandmen of that 

neighbourhood, service unspecified. 

Twytham. 60a. held of the archbishop and of the said prior, service 
unspecified. 

Swatford. 60a. of rough land (dicra terra) held of the abbot, &c. of 
[St. AJugustine, service unspecified. 

Sadhokesherst. 60a. of the roughest {dvHssima) land held of William 
and Henry de Sadhokesherst, rendering 2 marks. 

And the said Maud shall hold a moiety of the above through her marriage so 
long as she shall be a widow. (See Eot. Fin. 52 Hen. HI. m. 1.) 

C. Hen. III. File. 35. (14.) 

681. Maud de Estwelles alias de Eastwelle. 

Writ^ 15 Dec. 52 Hen. HI. Inq. {undated and defective). 
Bertram de Criell, her son, aged 81, is her heir. 

Kent. Eastwelle manor and advowson (extent given), including land called 
Schingledehalle whereof Margery mother of the said Maud is dowered, held 
of the king in chief, and it ought to be defended for 2 knights' fees. 

Cherle. Certain land held of the prior of Dover, rendering 38d. 
yearly. 

Certain land called Lamberdenne and Hertey, held of Guncelin 
de Bedelesmere, rendering Id. yearly. 

The aforesaid Mar[gery] holds land at Lamberdenne in dower worth 
40«. yearly. 

G. Hen. HI. File. 35. (15.) 

682. William de Sutton. 

Writ, 18 Aug. Extent, Sunday after St. Bartholomew, 52 Hen. III. 
Bobert son of William de Sutton, knt., aged 27, is his heir. 

NoTTiNOHAM. WaTsope manor (extent given) held of the king in chief, service 
unspecified. 

C. Hen. HI. File 85. (16.) 

683. Alice de Meblat. 

Writ (missing). Inq. Tuesday after the Purification 52 Hen. III. 

Her sisters, Mary the wife of Sir William de Greystoke, aged 26, and Isabel 
de Merlay, aged 12, are her heirs. 

[Northumberland.] Beuasis. 810a. ? land, and 27a. meadow in demesne. 

Stanington. 1 carucate land in demesne, 10{. lOs. rent from bondages, 
and 6s. for the work of Morphathe park, 17«. rent from cottars, a brewery 
worth 20«. yearly, herbage in la Dene de Blie, Ss. for castle guard, &c. 

Horseley. 7 bovates land, and pannage. 

Morphathe. 8s. rent. 

Trennewell. 5 bovates land and 3 cottages. 

Walkyr. The service of 3 parts of 1 knight's fee. 

Chelis. 2tt. cummin from Master Gerard and Adam de Plecys. 



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Caldewel. 1/6. cummin from Ralph Gubyhun. 
Wottun. JZfc. pepper from WUliam Rot*. 
All held of the king by service of J knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 85. (17.) 



684. John son of Alan. 

Writ, 10 Nov. 52 Hen. III. 

John his j&rst born son, aged 22 on the day of the Exaltation of the Holy 
Cross last, is his heir. 

Sussex. Inq. Thursday after St. Andrew, 52 Hen. III. (defective) 

. . . . 800 together with a certain hundred of 

Hulethorn in co. Hants, pertaining to [Arunjdell', 

which he held of the king in chief by service of 5 fees .... 

[Salop.] Extent and Inq. Friday after St. Clement, 52 Hen. IH. 

Oswestry {Album Monasterium) (extent given), including 10«. from the 
monks of Vallecrucis for pasture, and 10«. from the township of Dodeleston. 
Westhope township and other members adjacent (extent given), 
including 1 carucate land at Hope and 1 carucate at Clonton. 

Clawne township (extent given). 
All held of the king in chief by service of 5 knights going with him into 
Wales in time of war for 40 days. 

La Hethe. 2 carucates land in demesne, 49«. 8^^. rent, a garden, 
meadow and a mill, held of John son of William, sometime lord of La Hethe, 
by service of 20«. to the prior of Wenlock {WonV). 

Halchameston township, containing 1 carucate land, 20«. rent, a mill, 
&c. held of Sir Walter de Hopton by service of 6d. or one gilt spur yearly. 
Endorsed. He held of the long in chief two whole baronies, viz. — of Cloun 
and Blaunkmoster, and J of the earldom of Arundel. 

C. Hen. III. File 85. (18.) 



685. Thomas db Hauvilb, the younger, son of Henry de Hauvil. 

Writ (missing). 

Henry, son of Ralph de Hauvile, aged 22 and more, is heir of the following 
land. 

[Lincoln.] hiq. {undated). Hacunby. 2 carucates land held of the king's fee 
by serjeanty of keeping the king's falcons, and by service of 12rf. yearly. 
Amice, sometime the wife of Henry de Hauvile has i for her dower ; but 
the said Thomas held the manor of Hacunby of William de Renham as of 
wardship, because the king gave the wardship to the said William until the 
full age of the heir. 

[Lincoln.] Inq. Friday before St. Gregory, 52 Hen. III. {defective). 

Haccumbi manor was sometime held of the king in chief by the said 
Henry de Hauvill (the elder) by serjeanty ; and the said Thomas did not 
die seised thereof in fee, but entered by the [demise] of William de Renham, 
who held it by the king's grant after the said Henry's death (in wardship) 
by reason of Henry, son of Ralph de Hauvil the said Thomas's elder brother. 
{See No. 656.) 

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686. John db Bradefobd. 

Writy 30 Feb. Inq. Tuesday after SS. Peter and Paul, 52 Hen. III. 
Alexander his son is his heir, and of full age. 

Northumberland. Bradeford. 15L 17«. 7Jrf. land held of the king in chief by 
knight's service, 1 mark at the castle of Banburg, and suit at Northumber- 
land county (court). 

C. Hen. III. File 85. (20.) 

687. William Wymer. 

WHt, 27 May, 52 Hen. HI. Inq. {undated and dejaced). 
Balph his son, aged 40, is his heir. 

Stafford. A fishpond near Stafford held of the king in chief by service of J 
mark yearly ; } carucate land near Stafford called Le Estfeld held of the 
prior of Ware by service of 2«.; and 3 mills outside the town held of the 
baron of Stafford by service of 10 marks. He also held 1 carucate land with 

6«. rent, of which he gave 10 years ago to the said Balph 

his son 

C. Hen. III. File 36. (1.) 

688. Aline {Aelina) Marescall' alias la Marisghal. 

Writ (missing). 

John son of Sir William le Mareschal, aged 12, is her heir. 

[Norfolk.] Extent, Monday after St. Botulph, 52 (Hen. HI.). 

Banham town. 10a. arable, 5Ja. meadow, 10«. from wood, 59 loads 
(siimmas) of oats worth 78«. 8rf., 46«. 8Jd. rent of assize, &c., held in dower. 

Norfolk. Extent {undated). 

Buxton manor (extent given), including 6a. of alder grove called le 
He we Fen, a fishery (/>wca?'ia de Ripa),Si, hamlet called Kinestorp, customs called 

silver, malt silver, salt silver and bread silver, and 41. 4«. lOd. castle 

guard and rent of assize of knights, held of the king in chief by service of 
2 knights' fees. 

Norfolk. Extent {undated). 

8 wan ton manor (extent given), including a fishery {piscaiia de Rypa) 
and a custom called Goldwde. 

[Norfolk.] Extent (undated). 

Folesham. 51a. arable, IJa. pasture, and l(a.) and Ir. meadow in 
demesne, 4 marks rent, 4Z. from the farm of the hundred of Einsford, and 
41. from the farm of the mill, fishery, Folesham market, heather, turbary, &c. 
held in dower of William MariscaU her son for J of J knight's fee, and the 
said William held the whole manor of the earl of Gloucester for J knight's 
fee. There is a rent of 4d. there called faldage. (See No. 757.) 

C. Hen. III. File 36. (2.) 

689. Eichard de Munfichet. 

Writ (missing). Extent, Sunday after the Octave of St. Hilary, 62 Hen. III. 

(defective). 

He had 3 sisters, Margery, Avelina and Philippa ; from Margery issued 
Hugh de Bolebek, who had 4 daughters, married to Roger de Lacastre, Nicholas 
Corbet, Hugh de Laval, and Walter de Huntercumbe; from Avelina issued 



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William de Fortibus, earl of Albemarle, whose heirs are under age and in the 
king's wardship ; and from Philippa issued Bichard de Playz ; so that the said 
Bichard's inheritance is to be divided into 8 parts, the first pertaining to the 4 
daughters of Hugh de Bolebek, the second to the heirs of William de Fortibus, 
and the third to Bichard de Playz, who is 40 years of age. 

[Essex.] Esthamme manor and advowson (extent given), tenure unspecified. 
Westhamme (extent given), tenure unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. File 86. (8.) 

690. William de Kyma. 

Writ (of certiorari), on the petition of the prioress, &c. of Appilton, 24 Sept., 
52 Hen. HI. Inq. Tuesday after All Saints, 58 Hen. III. 

York. The said William gave to the said prioress, &c. in frankalmoin, 40<. 
rent from the mill of Neuton upon Querff, which she received during the 
life of the said William ; but whilst the lands were in the hands of the king*8 
escheator after his death, the escheator detained 20^. of the term of St. 
Martin, 44 Hen. III. ; and afterwards the king assigned the said mill to 
Lucy de Kyma in dower, who has withheld the said 40«. rent for 8 years. 
(See No. 470.) 

C. Hen. HI. File 86. (4.) 

691. John de Balliolo. 

Writ, 27 Oct., 52 Hen. III. 

Sir Hugh de Balliolo his son, age variously stated as 28 and more, and 80 
and more, is his heir. 

[York.] Extent and Inq. of lands, &c. as well of his own inheritance and 
purchase, as of the inheritance of his wife, Monday the morrow of St 
Katharine, 58 Hen. III. 

(Unspecified.) A capital messuage, 12 bovates land in demesne, pasture, 
2 mills, 42 bovates in villenage, &c. ; the advowson of the church pertains to 
the lord of Everingham. 

Kibbelinton. Capital messuage and 22 bovates land in demesne. 

Glevyng. Capital messuage and 4 bovates land in demesne. 

Hayton. Capital messuage and 9 bovates land in demesne. Tenures 
unspecified. 

These lands are of purchase, and Sir Adam de Everingham repurchased 
them from the said Sir John, but had no seisin before the death of the said John. 

[York.] Extent and Inq. as above, Saturday the eve of St. Katharine, 
58 Hen. III. 

Driffeud (extent given). 

Kelithorp. 5 carucates and 6 bovates land. 

Brigham. 1^ carucate land, with meadow and pasture. 

Besewik. 8 carucates land held in socage. 

Killum. 1 bovate land of demesne, and 5 carucates and 7 bovates land 
in socage. Tenures unspecified. 

Sir John did not die seised of these lands, for they were of the 
inheritance of Dervorgilla his wife, and were given to his son Hugh before 
his death. 

Northumberland. Inq. Monday the morrow of St. Martin, 58 Hen. III. 

Bywell, a moiety (extent given with names of tenants) held of the king 
in chief, service unspecified, together with its appurtenances, viz. — 
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Akum (extent given), with a pasture farmed to the township of Welte- 
dem for ever. 

Bromley (extent given). 

Eltringham, held by Adam de Eltringham in drengage, paying 37«. 4d. 
yearly. 

Myckeley (extent given). 

Heley, held by the preceptor of Thorenton, paying 2«. yearly. 

Falderley, held by Simon de Haliwell and Alan de Menyll, paying 5a. 
yearly and doing suit at Bywell court. 

Mynstanesacres (extent given), whereof widow Emma de Crawcrok' 
holds Hesilihirst for 40 acres, paying 24«. yearly. 

FayrhUl. 1 carucate land held by Elias of the same, paying 9». and 
lib. pepper yearly. 

Mora. 24a. land held by Thomas de Mora, paying Ss, yearly. 

Backewrth (extent given). 

Bromycrok (extent given). 

Brotherseth (extent given). 

Crombeclyve (extent given). 

Esperscheles (extent given). 

Wythtonstall (extent given), held to farm of Roger Darrenes for 10 
years. 

Newlands {Novalarida) (extent given), similarly held. 

Gonewerton (extent given), held to farm for 6 years by a fine made by 
reason of the war. 

Wudhom (extent given). 

Hyrst (extent given), whereof he had the wardship through the death of 
Elias of the same ; a moiety thereof with Lynemuth is held by Robert de 
Rue for ^ knight's service. 

Seton (extent given) ; certain free tenants hold the land sometime of 
Henry de Seton in marriage, and pay 2^. yearly for the guard of New- 
castle, and do one suit at the court of Bywell. 

Neubigging, held in burgage. 

Gressewell (extent given), which was seized by the said John in time of 
war and held as of his fee, pertaining to Wudhom. 

Est Newton, held by Robert de Insula for J knight's fee, 3«. yearly, 
40d. for the guard of the castle of Newcastle, and doing suit at Bywell 
court. 

Heddon, held by John de Heddon by service of J knight's fee, J mark 
for the guard of the said castle and the like suit. 

[Rihill,] held by Peter de Faudon and William de Rihill by service 
of 1 fee, 1 mark for the said guard, and the like suit. 

[Dalton,] held by William de Dalton by service of 1 knight, and 
1 mark for the said guard. 

Bechefeld, held by Sir Roger Bertram by service of J fee, J mark for 
the said guard, and the like suit. 

[Ovinton.] 1 carucate land held by Philip de Ovinton for xV knight's 
fee, ISJd. for the said guard, and the like suit. 

[Stokesfeld.] 1 carucate similarly held by Gilbert de Stokesfeld. 

Ryddeley, held by Robert de Meynevill by service of i knight's fee, J 
mark for the said guard, and the like suit. 

[Bromley.] 46a. held by Walter de Bromle by service of j-^ knight's 
fee, and the like suit. 

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Writy IS Dec., 68 Hen. III. Inq. (undated). 

Hertford. Hich [in] manor (extent given) held of the king in chief, by service 
of 2 knights. He held nothing else in the county. 
(See No. 804.) C. Hen. III. File 86, (6.) 

692. Bernard de Brus. 

Writ (missing). Inq. Monday before St. Michael, 68 Hen. IH. 

[Huntingdon.] Coniton manor (extent given), tenure unspecified. (See No. 641.) 

C. Hen. III. FUe 86. (6.) 

693. John de Pabbeham alias de Pabenham. 

Writ, 12 Ap. 58 Hen. III. 

John de Pabenham his son, is his heir and of full age. 

Bedford. Inq. Monday before the Ascension, 68 Hen. III. 

Wylden manor with a moiety of the advowson (extent given) held of 
the king in chief by service of J knight's fee. 

Bedford. Inq, Tuesday before the Ascension, 58 Hen. III. (defective.) 

Careltpn. A messuage, 4J virgates land, 6a. meadow, and Via. wood, 
held of the king in chief by service of ^ knight's fee ; and 2 virgates land, 
and 15a. wood, held of Kalph Meryn by free marriage. 

Pabenham. A messuage, 7 virgates land, 21a. meadow, a fishery, 
12s. 11 Jd. rent, and common of pasture; and 

Hynewyk manor (extent given) ; both held of William de Bello Campo 
of Bedeford by service of \ knight's fee. 

(7. Hen. III. File 86. (7.) 

694. Robert de Jarewell. 

Writ ofplenius certiorari^ on the petition of William son and heir of the said Robert, 
that his homage may be taken, 6 Mar., 58 Hen. III. Inq. (undated). 
William his son is his heir, and of full age. 

[Northampton.] Jarewell. 1 virgate land held of the king in chief by service of 
Ss. yearly, and being forester for keeping the groves of Siuele, the wood of 
the farm of Nassington, the underwood of Nassington, the Hay of Neweton, 
the wood of Siberton, the wood of Witeringe, the wood of Thomhawe, and 
the park of Clyve; also 8a. assart held of the king, for which he rendered 
18c?. yearly to the sheriff; and la. land held of John de Baleolo by service 
of 4d. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 36. (8.) 

695. William de Bello Campo, of Elmeleye. 

Writ (missing). Extent. Saturday after St. Mark, 58 Hen. HI. 

Gloucester. Wykewauer manor and advowson (extent given), with Schesnecote 
its member, which the abbot of Bruern holds, held of the king in chief by 
service of ^ knight's fee. 

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696. Miles db Bello Campo. 

Writ, 24 Dec., 68 Hen. HL 

Bichard his son, aged 30 and more, is his heir. 

[BuoKiNaHAM.] Inq. {undated). 

Lavenden, ^ knighf s fee held of Sir Baldwin Wake by service of i 
knight's fee. The issues of the land came into the hands of John de Bello 
Campo, brother of the said Bichard, after the death of the said Miles 4 years 
ago. 

[Buckingham.] Inq. {undated). 

Edelvesber', J knight's fee held of the king in chief by the service per- 
taining to ^ knight's fee. He gave the same on his sick bed to John his 
son, but received all the profits as long as he lived; the said John received 
them for 3 years after his death, and for the 4th year, viz. 52 Hen. HI., 
they came to the hands of the king's escheator. 

C. Hen. III. File 36. (10.) 

697. William db Gloucbstbb. 

Writ qfpleniug certiorari, on the complaint of Henry de Thornedon that the king's 
escheator had ejected him from the manor of North Thorp, which he had 
seized into his hand because held of him by knight's service, 17 Oct. 
53 Hen. III. Inq. Thursday after St. Martin, 54 Hen. HI. 

[Essex.] Northtorp manor was held by the said William of Henry de Tornidone 
by 1 knight's fee, and not of the king, and the said Henry held it of John 
his brother, and he of the heirs of WiUiam son of Bichard of Stanbreg. 

C. Hen. III. File 36. (11.) 

698. BoBBBT DB Babbling alias de Babmling. 

Writ, 17 Ap. Inq. Sunday before the Ascension, 53 Hen. HI. 
WiUiam de Barmling, his son, aged 30 and more, is his heir. 

[Kent.] Barmling manor (extent given). 

Pimpe, 50a. land, meadow worth 2a., 10s. rent, &c. 
Egerdinton, 20a. land, &c. held of the archbishop of Canterbury. 
The aforesaid land he held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 36. (12.) 

699. John Bengeb. 

Writ to the constable of the Tower of London and the escheator and bailiffs of 
the city, 27 June. Inq. Tuesday after the Translation of St. Thomas the 
Martyr, 53 Hen. HI. 

London. The said John's houses were not held of the king in chief but of Sir 
Bobert Creuker, service unknown : it is not the king's escheat, for the said 
John died good and faithful to the king. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 36. (13.) 

700. BOGEB DE StODHAM. 

Writ, 8 Oct. Extent, Sunday the day of St. Edward, 68 Hen. IH. 
Thomas de Stodham his brother, aged 25, is hia heir, 



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Essex. Sutton manor and advowson (extent given). 
Plumberg. 20a. land of the king's demesne. 
All held of the king in chief, with Tendring, for 2 knights' fees. 

Plumberg. J knight's fee, viz. 120a. land, held of Luke de Habindun. 

C. Hen. III. File 86. (14.) 

701. William db Appelton alias i)B Appbtonb. 

Mandate from the king's escheator to the sub-escheator in co. Essex, reciting 
writ, dated 12 Jan. Inq. Tuesday after Mid Lent, 53 Hen. III. 
John, his eldest son, aged 18 and more from the feast of the Conversion of 

St. Paul, is his heir. 

Essex. Canewedone. A messuage, 200a. land, 36«. Id. in services, &c., and 
a grove, held of the King in chief by service of 1 knight's fee ; and 25a. held 
of John de Wikeford, rendering 2d. 

Estwode parish. 20a. held of Ralph de Appetone, rendering 5«. 6d- 
yearly to the heirs of James de Estwod and the said Ralph ; 16s. rent of the 
fee of the said John de Wikeford, from divers tenants ; and 1 pair of gilt 
spurs from Sir Reginald de Grey for a certain marsh. 

C. Hen. HI. FiU 86 (15.) 

702. John Gbbvas. 

JVrit (de melius inqtiirendo), 28 Aug. 58 Hen. III. 

of the said John, aged 7^, is his heir, and was of full age 

when he was born, according to the custom of the town of Bridiport. 

Dorset. Inq. Wednesday after Peter ad Vincula, 53 Hen. III. 

Bridiport. 4J burgages held of the king in chief, rendering yearly 
9d. each, one of which renders yearly Ss. to the abbot of Ford ; and 
a mill held of Sir GeoflErey de Mandevilla, rendering 3d. yearly to the king, 
and 6d. or 1 pair of gilt spurs to the said Geoffrey. 

Dorset. Extent 53 Hen. HI. (fragment). 

manor (extent given) ; and a mill 

in the said manor of Sir Geoffrey de Mandevill by 

homage and serv-ice Bridiport a certain miU 

• of the said Geoffrey gilt spurs ; and the said Geoffrey 

rendered of yearly rent by the 

hands of the said John Gervas. 

C.Hen.IILFileQ6. (16.) 

703. William de la Were. 

Writ, 11 Feb. Inq. Monday after St. Valentine, 53 Hen. III. 

Peter de la Were, his elder brother, aged 60 and more, is his heir. 

Hereford. Bromyard and Grendon. 2 carucates land held by charter of 
the bishop of Hereford, rendering 50s. yearly. 

Bolinghope, Brompton, la Fenne and Cumpton, outside the said 
bishopric. 41 lis. 4rf. rent, held of Roger le Waleis, rendering lib. pepper 
and lib. cummin yearly. 

Clatere. 14s. 6d. rent and lib. pepper held of Walter de Hodebach, 
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Norton. lOs. rent held of John de Yeddefen, rendering Id. yearly. 
Pirye. 18«. rent held of Hugh de Bladis, rendering Id. yearly. 
Whitebum. 4«. rent held of Walter de la Walle, rendering Id. yearly. 
Hampton. 58. rent held of Bichard Marescallus of Bockamton, 
rendering Id. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 86. (17.) 

■704. William db Crikbtot alias db Kirkbtot. 

Writ, 11 March, 58 Hen. HI. 

Wilham his son, age 81 and more, is his heir. 

[Suffolk.] Extent. Monday after Palm Sunday, 58 Hen. HI. 

Ouisdene manor (extent given) held of the king in chief of the honour 
of Boulogne by 1 knight's fee, viz. a hauberk. 

[Suffolk.] Extent. Easter Eve, 58 Hen. III. 

Middleton manor and advowson (extent given) held of William de 
Blanmoster in chief by service of 1 knight. 

Westleton. B^a. arable in demesne, a marsh, and 18Z. rent of 
assize, &c. held of the prior of St. Etheldreda of Hely. 

C. Hen. HI. File 86. (18.) 

705. William db Crbkbtot. 

Writ {missing). Extent, Monday after Palm Sunday, 58 Hen. Ill {defective). 
William his son, aged 80 . . . . , is his heir. 

[Cambridge.] Carlton, Balsham and Badburham. He held no lands there of the 

king in chief, but held de Frevile, and of the prior of Lewis 

by service of IJ knight's fee. 

E. Series I. File 1958. No, 3. 

706. John db Gatbsden and Hawis db Nbvill sometime his wife. 

Writ, 10 Ap. 58 Henry HI. 
Heir unspecified. 

[Sussex.] Extent, Tuesday before St. George, 58 Hen. III. 

Wollaventon manor and advowson with its members of Grafham and 
Alveredesham (extent given). Nicholas de Wauncy, who sold the said 
manor with its member of Alveredesham, held the same of the bishop of 
Exeter for 2 knights' fees. 

[Sussbx.] Extent, Sunday before St. George, 58 Hen, HI. 

Wauderne Wauncy. 6Z. 14Jd. rent of assize, pannage, and JZfc. pepper. 

Wauderne Banes alids Basnes, Baundes. 84^. ll^d. rent of assize. 
42«. 2d. rent of customers, fowls, herbage, pannage, pleas and perquisites, &c. 

Flechinge alias Flecinges. 55«. Id. and %U). pepper rent of assize, 
14«. lOJd. rent of customers, fowls, tallage, &c. 

Berkaump. A messuage, 115a. arable, 19a. meadow, 16s. Id. rent of 
freemen, 87fi. Id. from customers, wood and pasture. 

Bevenden. 68a. land, pasture for sheep worth 12s., and 2G«. rent of 
assize. 

Dicheninge. 65«. 5d. rent of assize, held by the sale of William de 
Colevill. 

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He held Flecinge, Berkampe and Bevendene by the sale of Master William de 
Perepont, service unknown ; the rent of Wauderne Wauncy of the heirs of 
Nicholas de Wauncy ; and that of Wauderne Eaundes of GeoflBrey de Raundes. 

[Surrey.] Extent, Monday before St. George, 58 Hen. HI. 
Westcote manor (extent given), tenure unspecified. 
Bromleye. 89a. lOJd. rent of assize held of the hospital of Sandon. 

[Sussex.] Extent, Sunday before St. George, 58 Hen. III. 

Heckhton manor (extent given), including 28«. 2d. rent of villeins of 
Hodleye, held, with other lands in co. Somerset, of the heirs of Katharine 
de Monte Acuto, service unknown ; whereof John de Grely has 2 parts, and 
Robert Waleraund the third part. 

WrU of extent, &c. 12 April, 53 Henry HI. 

Whereas th^ king was bound by letters patent to provide Robert 
Walerand with a lady or girl in marriage with the wardship of 200/. land, and 
has granted to him the marriage of the daughter and heir of John de Gatesden, 
and 200 marks of his lands, saving to Hawis late his wife her reasonable dower, 
until the full age of the heir, with the advowsons, &c. ; but the said Robert has not 
yet had but 89Z. 11«. IJd. of land ; the king, willing that the said grant should be 
conipleted, has granted to him the manors of JBrawater, Durinton, Walecot, Leybrok, 
Dedeling, Waudern Raundes, Waudern Wancy, Bromleye, Bevenden, Dychenyng) 
Bradeford, WoUaventon with its members of Grafham and Alvredesham, and 
Alkeburn, on condition that they shall be again extended, and if they 
are worth more than the king is bound for, the said Robert shall answer 
for it to the king, and if there shall be any deficiency the king will satisfy it 
elsewhere. The escheator is therefore commanded to deliver the said manors to 
the said Robert in wardship, and to extend all the manors and lands in the said 
Robert's hands of the said John's inheritance. 

(See Nos. 551 and 881.) 

C. Hen. III. FUe 86. (19.) 



707. Ankbrus alias Aunckbrus de Frbschbynvull alias db Frechbvill. 

Writ of plenius certioraH, whether the marriage of A [mice] late his wife pertains 
to the king, &c., 12 Jan. 58 Hen. HI. 

Nottingham; Risbclive wapentake. Inq. {undated). 

Boney manor, held before the war of the king in chief by barony for 
J knight's fee, of which Amice sometime his wife has her dower, whose 
marriage pertains to the king because the said Ankerus held of the king 
in chief. 

Derby; Scarnesdale wapentake. Inq. {imdated). 

Scartheclive and the Sokens (Sokena), 2 knights' fees (extent given) 
held of the king in chief, by service of 2 knights' fees, and suit at the 
wapentake of Scarnesdale and the county (court) of Derby. 

Staveley, Wodethorpe and Wytewel. 4 bovates land in demesne, 22«. 
from the mill of Staveley, 28s. 8d. from free men, and 10 bovates in 
villenage, held of the free marriage of Amice his wife of Sir R. Musard by 
Id. yearly. 

The marriage (of the said Amice) pertains to the king, because the said 
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Derby ; Morleyston wapentake. Inq, (undated.) 

Kryche (extent given), held of the king in chief by barony by service of 
i knight's fee, and suit at the county (court) and wapentake. 
The marriage of the said Amice pertains to the king (as abovesaid). 

Derby ; Lochirchb wapentake. Inq. (undated.) 

Alewaston (extent given), held of Sir William Bardolf for 2 knights' 
fees and suit at his court at Scelford co. Nottingham. 

The marriage of Lady Amice sometime his wife pertains to the king, because 
he held by barony of the king Boney and Kruche, and in Escardeklive and 
Pautirton in Escarnedale (as abovesaid). 

G. Hen. III. File 86. (20.) 

708. Warin de Bassinoburn. 

Writ of plenius certioran, 18 May. Inq. Sunday the Octave of St. Michael, 
58 Hen. III. 

[Cambridge.] Bassingburn. 1 hide land (extent given) was held of William 
de Cheney (deceased, who held of the king in chief), of the honour of 
Boulogne ; the site of the castle and 80Z. land were held of the honour of 
Richmond by service of a ^ knight's fee ; and a water mill and la. land 
were held of the fee of GeoflErey le Bus by service of 6«. yearly. 
Sir John de Britannia holds the said hide in his hands, for what reason 

is unknown unless that he believed it to be of his fee ; and he holds the castle 

and 80{. land by reason of the wardship of the son and heir of said Warin. 

Gilbert de Cheleseye, guardian of the land and heir of Geoffrey le Bus, holds 

the said mill and acre of land. 

C. Hen. III. File 87. (1.) 

709. Petronilla de la Wodbhuse. 

Writ of plenius certiorari, 18 Jan. on the petition of Alan de Beltoft. Inq. Ash 
Wednesday, 68 Hen. HI. 

[Nottingham.] (La Wodehuse.) A messuage, 96a. land and a moiety of the site 
of a mill, held of the king in chief by socage, rendering 82«. yearly. 

Beginham. A messuage, 88a. land, 82a. wood, and 8 bovates held by 
free tenants, held of the archbishop of York, rendering 8s. yearly and suit 
(of court). 

Bedene. 18a. land held of the fee of Sir Adam de Everingham, by 
4d. yearly and suit of court. 

Cashale. i of a toft, 10a. land and ^a. wood held of the fee of the said 
archbishop rendering 4d. yearly. 

Tilne. 4 bovates land held of the fee of the said archbishop rendering 
2«. yearly and suit (of court). 

All these lands are partible between the heirs, but were not parted before ; 
but once there were four brothers, and Alan the elder put himself in (possession of) 
the whole land ; and his three brothers Godfrey, Eoger and Laurence seeking 
their share, he voluntarily gave the whole of Cashalle to Godfrey, 8 bovates to 

Roger , and land in Clarebor and Tilne to Laurence, with 

which they were content. 

Endorsed : — He renounces this inquisition and says he will sue for the share 
falling to him by hereditary right before the justices of eyre in co. Derby. 
{See No. 671.) 

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710. EOBBRT DB GURNAY. 

WHt, 22 April, 58 Hen. IH. 

Anselm (AnceUus) his son, is his heir and of full age* 

Wilts. Extent, Sunday after St. Augustine, 58 Hen. III. 

Sernekote jnanor and advowson (extent given) held of the earl of 
Gloucester in chief for J knight's fee. 

Somerset. Extent, Sunday after St. Augustine, 58 Hen. III. 

Harpetre manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service of 
J knight's fee. 

Bare we and Hyngelescombe manors (extents given) held, with other 
foreign fees pertaining thereto in cos. Somerset, Dorset and Wilts, of the 
earl of Gloucester in chief by service of 22^ knights' fees. 

Gloucester. Extent y Sunday before St. Barnabas, 58 Hen. III. (defective). 

Beverstane manor, including the site of the court outside the castle, 
with the advowson, and Weston and Halberton manors (extents given), held 
of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee. 

Oure and Puriton manors (extents given) held of the earl of Warwyk 
in chief by service of J knight's fee, and 1 sparrowhawk or 2«. for the manor 
of Puriton, which manor was delivered to the men of the town by Maurice 
de Gaunt, uncle of the said Eobert, at fee farm for lOZ., with all the issues 
excepting fisheries. 

Eedwyk manor (extent given) held of the bishop of Worcester at 
fee farm for 101. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 87. (8.) 

711. Richard db Playz. 

Writ, 8 July, 58 Hen. III. 

Balph his son, age variously stated as 2j^ and 8 and more, is his heir. 

Norfolk. Extent, Friday the eve of St. Margaret, 58 Hen. III. 

Chnapetun manor with the advowson (extent given), including a pasture 
called Brodigg', held of the earl of Warenne in chief, service unspecified. 

Sidestrond, ^ knight's fee pertaining to Chnapetun held by Adam de 
Punigges. 

[Essex.] Extent, The eve of St. John the Baptist, 58 Hen. III. 

Akle manor with the advowson of Great Akle (extent given), held of 
the king in chief by knight's fee. 

[Essex.] Extent, Tuesday the morrow of St. John the Baptist, 58 Hen. III. 

Benefeld manor (extent given), including lands in the park of Alsieshay, 
and in Stanstede, pasture in the little castle {casteUo) of Ulgrave, and 80a. of 
cut wood called * taillyz,' held of the king in chief through the part falling to 
him of the inheritance of Richard de Munfichet, who held of the king in 
chief by barony. 9^ and ^ knights' fees pertain to the part which the said 
Richard (de Playz) held of the said inheritance. 

Norfolk. Extent, Wednesday before St. Margaret, 58 Hen. III. (defaced.) 

Weting manor with the advowson (extent given), including the pastures 
of Branduneholm, Scyrnour(?), and Kockeshowedele, rents in Santun, Krokes- 
tun, and Schipetham, and a fishery in the mere of Oteringyte (?), tenure 
unspecified or illegible. 

Krokestom (?), the advowson of the church. 
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Batlesdene, 1 knight's fee held by Sir Roger de Ratlesdene of the lord 
of Wetingge. 

Bernham, J knight's fee held of the same. 
Nortwold, J knight's fee. 
Melwold, J knight's fee. 
Runhale, J knight's fee. 

Sussex. Inq. Wednesday the eve of St. Peter ad Vincula, 68 Henry HI. 

Worthe. 60a. arable, and 62«. lid. rent, &c. 

Warplesburn. A messuage 178a. arable, 12a. meadow, 100a. wood with 
pasture, 41. 16«. Jd. rent of assize, 57s. 3Jd. customary works, a water mill, &c. 

Waningore. 184a. arable in demesne, 28s. 2d. rent of assize, 27a. and 
8r. meadow, 80a. wood with pasture, 66a. pasture, sheep pasture on the 
hills, pleas of court, &c. 

Iford. A messuage, 174a. arable, 55a. meadow, pasture, 11. 58. Ad. rent 
of assize, with works at Blachington, Wittedene and Kingeston, &c. 

Lewes. 106». 6d. rent of assize. 
All held of the earl of Warrenne, service unknown except that they owe 
suit at Sussex county (court), and at the earl's court at Lewes. 

Chaggeleye. The advowson of the church. 

Worthe. The advowson of the church. 

Waningore. 12s. are due to a chaplain celebrating in the chapel there for 
the ancestors of the said Richard. 

C. Hen. III. File 87. (4.) 



712. William le Tavebker alias Tabebnab', lately drowned. 

Writ de escaeta, 28 May. Inq. Saturday after St. Barnabas, 58 Hen. III. 

Wilts. Marleberg. Juliana daughter of Walter de BristoU was in the wardship 
of Master Roger de la Grene, and after her afSance to the said William she 
delivered by deed all the tenements which came to her from her father to 
Thomas de la Grene by the compulsion of her friends, but he had no seisin 
therein, and gave all his right therein to the said William in free marriage 
with the said Juliana at the church door ; wherefore the king cannot have 
any escheat. 

C. Hen. III. File 87. (5.) 



713. Mastbb Thomas de Sancto Edmundo. 

Writ de escaeta, 10 April. Inq. Monday before St. George, 58 Hen. HI, 

Cambbidge. Cambridge. The houses late of the said Thomas are not the 
king's escheat through his death, and the king cannot give them away 
without injury to Luke, son of Clarice de Ruschebrok ; for one Walter de 
Sancto Edmundo gave them to the said Thomas and the heirs of his body, 
with remainder to the said Luke his brother and the heirs of his body, and 
if he should die without such heirs, during the lifetime of Christiana and 
Cecily his sisters, then to them and their heirs, whereof final concord was 
made at Westminster on the morrow of All Souls, 41 Hen. III. Sir Ralph 
Pirot holds the said houses, and ejected the said Luke by force. 

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714. BOBBRT BUBSBL. 

Writ to the escheator ia co. Devon to execute a former mandate without delay, 

8 March. Inq, Friday in Easter week, 58 Hen. III. 

Theobald his son, aged 5 at the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist 
next, is his heir. 

Devon. Tenggewyke alias Teyngwyk manor, held of the king in chief with a 
moiety of the foreign hundred, by service of 1 pair of gilt spurs yearly at 
the king's exchequer. 

The treasurer and barons of the exchequer to the king. Having inspected 
at the king's command his charter to Theobald de Engleychevill of the manor of 
Teyngwyk, the said Theobald's charter to Bobert Bussel, the king's confirmation 
thereof, and the escheator's inquisition, they find that the said Bobert held the 
manor of the king by service of 1 pair of gilt spurs yearly for all service. They 
do not find from the rolls that land so held is socage, but land held by 1 pair 
of gilt spurs or 6d. or more, is socage ; it is for the King and council to judge 
whether land held by 1 pair of gilt spurs for all service is socage or serjeanty. 

C. Hen. III. File 37. (7.) 

715. William Trapun alias Trapoun. 

Writ de escaeta to the warden and bailiffs of the city of London, 18 April. 
Inq. Wednesday before St. George the Martyr, 58 Hen. HI. 

London. The houses late of the said William in St. Sepulchre's parish outside 
the gate of Neugate are the King's escheat because the said William died 
without heir, and made no mention of them in his will. 

C. Hen. HI. File 87. (8.) 

716. John de Esseltngton. 

Writ of plenius certiorari to John de Beygate and Wychard de Charrum alias 
Gwychard de Gharron, 18 May, on the complaint of Alexander, son of 
the said John, that the escheator had ejected him from the manor of 
Frammelington. Inq. Friday after the Translation of St. Martin, 
58 Hen. III. 

[Northumberland.] Framelington manor (extent given), held of Sir Boger 
Bertrem by service of J knight's fee, was given by the said John, who was 
of sane mind and could give the same, 8 days and more before his death, to 
his son Alexander ; who had peaceful seisin of the manor for 5 weeks, until 
the .king's sub-escheator ejected him and took the manor with the other lands 
of the said John into the king's hands. The king gave all the said lands to 
Sir William de Sancto Ermino until the lawful age of the heir of the said 
John, and he gave his right to Master Bichard de Clyffocd, and he to Thomas 
de Clyyedon, and he to John son of Alan de Esselington ; and because the 
the King had been deceived about the alienation of the said manor, the 
escheator before Whitsunday last, caused the manor to be seized into the 
king's hands, upon which came John son of Alan and Bobert Cort of 
Wychingham, and ejected the king. The king can restore the manor to 
the said Alexander without injury to the heir of the said John or anyone 
else. 

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717. Isabel, wife of Booer son and heir of Boqeb de Cuffobd^ and eldest 
daughter and one of the heirs of Bobbbt db Vbtbbi Fonts. 

Return from Robert Wallerond tdiaa Waleraund to the king, 15 June, 
reciting tcrit of certiorari de etate, dated 28 April, 68 Hen, III. 

[Hereford.] Having seen the said Isabel at Erdesleye and examined her age 
he judged that she was of full age. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 87. (10.) 

718. Matthias de Bezill alias de Besilles. 

Writ, 29 Nov. 58 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

John de Besilles, his eldest son, aged 23 at the feast of St. Peter in Cathedra 
next, is his heir. 

Devon. Alfintune manor in the hundred of Stanburges, held of the king in chief 
as of fee, service unknown, but the manor paid 86«. yearly to the king's 
manor of Dupeford. 

Writ, 12 Dec. Inq. Saturday after St. Lucy, 58 Hen. III. 

Wilts. Woedhull manor (extent given with names of tenants), held of the king 
in chief by rendering 4 barbed arrows yearly at the king's exchequer. Alice 
sometime the wife of William de Englechevile holds ^ of the manor in dower. 

Memorandum. He held the manors of Wdebiri and Lewenestune in the 
hundred of Buddeleye in wardship of the gift of the king until the full age 
of the heir of Sir GeofiErey de Alba Mara. 

Extracts from Fine Rolls dated 25 Dec. 68 Hen. III., and 6 Feb. 20 Edw. I. 
Concerning the homage of the said John de Bezilles and livery of the said 
lands, &c., to him ; and the wardship of his heir. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 87. (11.) 

719. Henry de Hastinges. 

Writ (missing). Extent, Tuesday after Pahn Sunday, 58 Hen. IH. 

John his son, aged 6 on the day of St. John ante Portam Latinam, 
52 Hen. III., is his heir. 

[Suffolk and Norfolk.] Litgate manor with the advowson (extent given), held 
of the abbot of St. Edmund in chief by service of 1 knight. 
Knights' fees held of the manor : — 

Wrede, 1 fee held by Sir William de Valenc*. 

Gaysle, | fee held by Alexander de la Gressunere; and ^ fee by 
Alexander de Beyvellers ? 

Poslingword, 1 fee held by William de Camera. 

Gavenedis, 1 fee held by Sir Miles de Hastinges. 

Eoclyherling (?), ^ fee held by Thomas de Hackeford. 

Tibeam, 1 fee held by Richard Liming* (?)• 

Gressing, 1 fee held by Sir Nicholas de Hasting'. 

Purle, 1 fee held by Sir Hugh de Herdeberye. 

Little Udeleye and Little Horningesherd, i fee held by Richard de 
Hauvile. 

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720. Hugh db Morwyk, 

Writ, 2 MarcH. Inq. Friday the morrow of St. Mark, 63 Hen. IH. 

He had 3 daughters, one married to Boger de Lomel' and aged 21, another 
married to John de Bulemer and aged 15 at the feast of St. Hilary last, and 
the third married to John de Boseles and aged 11 at Easter last. 

Northumberland. West Chyvington. 201. land, held (of the King?) by 
knight's service, rendering 1 mark to the castle of Bamburg, and doing suit 
at the county (courts). 

Morewyk and a moiety of Est Chyvington, viz. 80Z. land, held of 
Sir John de Vescy by knight's service. 

Langhurst and Pendemore. 20Z. land held of Sir Bobert Bertram of 
Bothal in free marriage. ' 

Beveley. 61. land held of Geoffrey de Lucy doing foreign service. (See 
No. 759.) 

C. Hen. III. FUe 37. (18.) 

721. John de Ghyreburi. 

Writ {missing.) Inq. Thursday the vigil of St. Nicholas, 54 Hen. HI. 
Wygan his son is his heir, and of full age. 

Wilts. Sonde. 15Z. land, held of the king for \ knight's fee, and a grove for lU, 
in serjeanty. 

Winterburn. 11. Vis. Id. land, held of the earl of Hereford for 1 knight's 
fee and the advowson of the church. 

C. Hen. III. File 37. (14.) 



722. Nigel Bbeet alias Begee of Southampton. 

Writ, 21 Oct., 54 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 
Valentine his son, aged 18, is his heir. 

[Southampton.] Wodecote and Bromdene. 1 carucate land held of the king 
in chief by service of being keeper of the gaol of Winchester, at his own 
cost and peril. 

Eilham. ^ carucate land held of GeofiErey de Ghaucumbe by service of 
20«. and lib. pepper. 

Winchester. J carucate outside Winchester, held of the prior of St 
Swithin's by service of 32«. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 87. (15.) 



723. William de la Laund alias de la Londe. 

Writ, 13 Dec. 54 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

He had one son, aged nine, but his name is unknown to the jury, because 
he was born in co. Derby. 

[Essex.] Maldon. Land &c. (unspecified) held of the king in chief by service 
of i knight's fee. 

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724. Thomas db Brampton. 

Writ, 27 June. Inq. Wednesday before the Gule of Autumn (sic)^ 54 Hen. III. 
Beatrice, his sister, aged 40, wife of Miles Den of Brampton, is his heir. 

Norfolk. Boketon. 6 marks rent held of the king in chief, service unknown, 
receivable from a tenement held by Simon son of Richard of the king. 

C. Hen. III. File 87. (17.) 

725. Alan db Bombny. 

Writ, 15 Feb. Inq. Thursday before St. Gregory, 54 Hen. III. 
Bobert, his son, is his heir and of full age. 

Northampton. Horepol township, viz. — 6 virgates land, held of the king in chief 
by service of J knight's fee {jper servicium sex part' jnilitar'). 

C. Hen. in. File 87. (18.) 

726. Thomas Tyrbl. 

WHt, 14 Feb. Inq. The eve of St. Matthias, 54 Hen. III. 
Balph Tyrel, age 21 at Michaelmas last, is his heir. 

Bedford. Wylden manor (extent given), held of the king in chief, service 
unspecified. 
The said Thomas sold 46«. rent and many other lands. 

C. Hen. III. File 87. (19.) 

727. Henry db Cramavill. 

Writ, 80 Jan., 54 Hen. III. 

Henry, his son, aged 22 and more, is his heir. 

Kbnt. Inq. The morrow of St. Blaise, 54 Hen. III. 

Gravesende manor with the advowson. 

Solton manor. 
Both held of the king in chief rendering 4} marks yearly for the guard of 
Dover castle. 

[Essex.] Inq. {undated.) 

Eeynham manor (extent given), held of the king in chief, rendering 
yearly for that and 8 other manors 608. for the guard of Dover castle, for all 
services. 

C. Hen. III. File ^1. (20.) 

728- Beginald de Yautort alias db Valbtort. 

Writ, 16 Jan., 54 Hen. HI. 

Boger de Yautort, his uncle, is his heir and of full age. 

Devon. Inq. {undated.) 

Bnkesham manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by barony; 
whereof Lady Joan de Yautort, mother of the said Beginald, is dowered of 
a third part. 

Clautune manor, held by John de Batton, of the honour of Hurbertune 
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Devon. Inq. {undated.) 

Brideford manor (extent given), tenure unspecified ; whereof Sir 
Alexander de Okestune holds 6 marks rent for life of the gift of Sir Balph 
de Yautort, and the said Lady Joan is dowered of a third part. 

Devon. Inq, (undated,) 

Hurbertun manor (extent given), held of the king in barony, answering 
for 27 j^ fees and \ fee; whereof the said Lady Joan is dowered of a third 
part, and Eustace de Burlestune holds 16a. rent for life of the gift of Sir 
Balph de Yautort. 

C. Hen. III. fUe 38. (1.) 

729. Walter de Dunstanvil alias de Dunstamvilla. 

Mandate from the king's escheator to the escheator in co. Wilts reciting Writ 
dated 28 Jan. Inq. Saturday after the Purification, 64 Hen. IIL 
He died on Tuesday after St. Hilary last. Petronilla his daughter, aged 22 

on the day of St. Peter in Cathedra next, whom Bobert de Monteforti married, 

is his heir. 

Wilts. Cumbe manor with the advowson. 

Gullerne alias GoUem manor with the advowson. 
Sterte manor. 
Hurdecote manor. 
Hegtredeburi manor. 
For all which he owed to the king service of 8 knights. 

C. Hen. IIL File 38. (2.) 

730. William lb Bbbt. 

Writy 15 June. Inq. Thursday after St. John the Baptist, 54 Hen. III. 
Balph le Bret his brother, is his heir and is of age {est etatis). 

Dorset. Blakemore. A moiety of the bailiwick of the forest held of the king in 
chief rendering 4«. yearly ; also 56a. arable, Sa. meadow, and a messuage 
with a barton, held of Boger {Regb) de Plumbare by suit of court and royal 
service only; and 40a. in demesne and la. meadow held of William de 
Sancto Quintino by 2s. Qd. for all service, saving royal. 

Endorsed: — Memorandum that John de la Lynd came before the king and 
asserted that by inquisition made before Geoffrey de Langeleye and other 
justices for pleas of the forest in co. Dorset it was found that Balph le Bi"et, 
father of the said William, only held that bailiwick at the king's will, and 
he made fine by 10 marks to hold it so. 

C. Hen. III. File 38. (8.) 
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731. Albreda db Botbrell. 

Mandate, dc, to the escheator in co. Wilts, reciting Writ dated 10 July. 
Inq. Friday before St. Margaret, 54 Hen. HI. 
Oliver de Ingeham, aged 40 and more, is her heir. 

Wilts. Estgremsted and Westdune. 2 carucates land held of the king in 
chief by service of 1 knight. 

Hampteworthe. 100«. land held of the bishop of Winchester, doing 
scutage pertaining to 1 knight's fee. 

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732. BOGER DE QUENCY, EAIO. OF WINCHESTER. 

Writ (of certiorari) de feodis, dcc.y to the sheriff of Lincoln, that the co-heirs 
may receive their pourparties, 16 July, 54 Hen. HI. Inq. {undated,) 

Lincoln. Five parts of a knight's fee, viz. — 

Stainton and Wlrikeby, 2 parts of the said 5, held by Richard son 
and heir of Richard de BusUingthorp. 

Croxton and Kirmington, 8 parts of the said 5, held by John de 
Albiniaco, Roger de Sancto Andrea, and Suspirus de Baiocis, besides 
4 bovates land held by the abbot of Thorneton in frank almoin. 

Croxton, a moiety of the advowson, which the said earl conferred on 
Master Adam de Norfolk, who survives. 
All held of the king in chief. 

Similar writ to the sheriff of Cambridge, 18 July, 54 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

Cambridge. Trumpiton, 2 knights' fees held by Roger de Trumpyton and the 
heirs of John de Cayly. 

Arington, 1 knight's fee held by the heirs of Maud Dyve, viz. — 
John de Asphale, Walter Denefer, and Laui;ence de Sancto Andrea. 

Orewell, 1 knight's fee held by Ralph de Cameys. 
All held of the king in chief. 

Gransete, 1 knight's fee, of the fee of Roger de Mortymer, held by 
Henry de Lacy. 

Gretton, 1 knight's fee held by Roger de Trumpiton ; and the advowson 
of the church held by the heirs of John de Cayly. 

Similar writ to the sheriff of Northampton, 18 July, 54 Hen. HI. 

Scludule of fees (undated). 

Northampton. Hasilbec, Pithisford, Waldegrave and Norhtoft, 1 fee held by 
Richard de Henred. 

Mindeford and Hasilbeche, 1 fee held by William Burdet. 

Farendun, J fee held by Thomas Maunsel. 

Bramptun, fee unknown, held by William Rocelin. 

Farningho, 1 fee held by Warin son of Gerard. 

Wudeforde, 1 fee held by Richard Basset. 

Maideford, 1 fee held by Thomas Kyn. 

Estrop, 1 fee held by William de Stapiltun and William Mordaunt. 

Haudeneby, 1 fee held by Philip de Nevill and Sibyl de Aldeneby. 

Bproptun, 1 fee held by Eustacia de Arderne and Thomas, her son. 

Similar writ to the sheriff of Huntingdon, 19 July, 54 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 

Huntingdon. Swho Weston. 1 knight's fee held of the fee of Wigemor of the 
small fee of Mortain ; and 2 carucates land in Stert in the same manor, 
held of the honour of Huntingdon. 

Enesbiri, 1 knight's fee held of Sir John de Baloyl of the honour of 
Huntedon, whereof Sir Roger de Leibum holds a moiety with the Countess 
in dower, and Sir Thomas de Berkele, through Joan de Ferar[iis], his wife, 
the other moiety. 

Dodigton, | knight's fee held of the earl by John de Lutlebiri. 

Enesbiri. The advowson of the church. (See Nos. 587 and 776.) 

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234 INQUISITIONS. 

733. William db Bbymbs. 

Writ, 26 Jan. Inq. Friday after the Purification, 54 Hen. III. 
John, his son, aged 18 at Michaeknas next, is his heir. 

Suffolk. Heham. 3i6a. land and 4a. wood held of the king in chief rendering 
8«. 5d., and owing suit at the king's hundred (court); and 88a. land, a 
messuage, 6a. wood and pasture, 4a. meadow, a watermill, 20«. rent and 
^ mark works and customs, held of the fee of the earl Marshal, service 
unspecified. 

Holetun. 20a. land and 1 mark free rent, held of Alan de Bromford 
and Simon de Bromford, service unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. File 38. (6.) 

734. John de la Stock. 

Wiit of certiorari to John de la Penna, 25 Oct. 54 Hen. III. on the claim of 
Thomas de Messenden, as next of kin to the heir, for the wardship of the 
lands, &c. of the said John which are held in socage, and which had come 
to the hands of Queen Eleanor by reason of the wardship of the lands and 
heir of John de Eynecurt, which are in her hands by the king's grant. 

Buckingham. Inq. Tuesday the morrow of St. Hugh, 55 Hen. IH. 

Woburn. 2 virgates land held of the heirs of John de Eynecurt, one by 
service of ^ knight's fee, and the other in free socage rendering to the 
said heirs 5«. yearly. 

Hertford. Inq. Wednesday the morrow of St. Martin, 55 Hen. HI. 

La Stock. 1 carucate land held in free socage of the heir of Ralph 
de Querdon, rendering 20«. Id. yearly ; and a small piece of land held of 
Katherine, daughter of Arnold de Berkele, in free socage rendering 20d. 
yearly. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 88. (7.) 

735. Alan la Zuche alias la Suche. 

Writ (missing). Inq. Sunday before St. Michael, 54 Hen. III. 

Eoger his son, age variously stated as 28 and more and 80, is his heir. 

Devon. Nort Multon, held of the king in chief by service of 1 serjeanty. 

Leicester. Esseby la Zuche manor (extent given) held of the heir of the earl 
of Winchester by service of 1 knight's fee. 

Sussex. Inq, (undated.) (Unspecified,) 2J fees held of Sir Henry de Percy, doing 
royal service ; and J fee of Sir Robert de Muhaut by royal service. 

C. Hen. III. File 88. (8.) 

736. William super Tese alias super Teyse. 

Wnt, 17 Oct., 54 Hen. III. Inq. Friday after the Invention of the Holy Cross, 

55 Hen. III. 

Walter his son, aged 21 on the eve of St. John ante Portam Latinam, 
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NoRTHTJMBEBLAND. Noi'tli Goseford, held of the king in chief rendering 1 mark 
yearly for guard of the castle of Newcastle on Tyne. 

The king conferred the wardship of the lands and heir, immediately 
after the death of the said William, upon Sir Adam de Gesemuth, and he 
upon Ralph de Cotum, who sold it to Sir John de Cotum, his brother, when - 
he took his way to the Holy Land. {See No. 391). 

C. Hen. III. File 38. (9.) 



737- Hawis de Basevill. 

Writ, 28 March. Inq. Thursday before Palm Sunday, 54 Hen. III. 

Her daughters, Joan {Jona) de Basevile, and Roesia (Royssia) the wife 
of Stephen de Penescestre, are her heirs and of full age. 

Buckingham. EduUegburh alias EduUesbouruh. J knight's fee (extent given), 
held of the king in chief by service of i knight ; a meadow held of the prior 
of Caudewell rendering 12d. yearly ; and a mill held of William de Aspele 
rendering 30«. yearly. 

Seybroc, J knight's fee (extent given), including meadow in Chetendon 
and Cattestrop, held of Sir Geoffrey de Luci by service of J knight's fee 
and suit of court. 

C. Hen. III. File 88. (10.) 



738. Hblbwiba, sometime the wife of Richard de Wernune. 

Writ {missing). Inq. Saturday before the Annunciation, 54 Hen. IH. 

Lady Ada, late the wife of Sir Ralph de Levington, is her heir and of full 
age. 

Cumberland. Burgh (extent given with names of tenants), including 2s. rent or 
1 sparrow-hawk from the manor of Routhclif, held by Gilbert le Frauncays, 
and 2«. from a house in the city of Carlisle, held by Thomas Sppt and his 
wife. 

Kircoswald (extent given with names of tenants) including 40^. for a 
moiety of the town of Staffol, freely held by John de Staffol. 
All held of the king in chief rendering 8^. Sd. cornage yearly, and doing suit 
at Cumberland county (court). 

C. Hen. III. File 88. (11.) 



739. Walter Wythbr. 

Writ, 19 Oct. Inq. Sunday before SS. Simon and Jude, 54 Hen. HI. 

He died in his house at Lydeneye on Tuesday the morrow of St. Michael 
last. 

His daughters, Sibyl the wife of Robert de Bruneshope, and Elizabeth the 
wife of William Buter, each aged ^6 and more, are his heirs. 

Gloucester. St. Bravell. A messuage, Gs. rent, and 12a. land, held of the king 
in chief by service of finding one foot sergeant for keeping the forest. 

Caldewell. 12a. land held of the king in chief rendering 4«. at the 
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Huwaldesfeld. 12a. land held of the abbot of Tinteme by Bervice of 
Irf. yearly. 

Lydeneye. A messuage, i virgate land and i m&rk rent, held of the 
prior of Lyre rendering 12d. yearly. 

On Sunday before his death, came the said William Buter and took from him 
the feoffment of the bailiwick of the said serjeanty, but he never moved from 
his sick bed after nor for long before ; the same Sunday he made a feoffment on 
his sick bed to William, younger son of the said William Buter, of his lands in 
Lydeneye and Galdewell, and after his death the friends of the said William, who 
is under age, put themselves in seisin in his name ; and thus there is a contention 
about the said serjeanty and lands between the heirs of the said Walter and the 
said WilUam Buter and William his son : of the lands in Huwaldesfeld and 
St. Bravell the said Walter died seised in his demesne as of fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 88. (12.) 

740. William le Pruz, knight. 

Writ, 21 Oct., 54 Hen. HI. Inq. Friday after St. Brice. 
W^illiam, his son, aged 25, is his heir. 

Devon. Giddeley alias Giddelith manor (extent given), held of the king in 
chief at fee farm rendering 72«. \d. yearly, which the sheriff receives'as his 
own farm. 

Stodbyri manor (extent given), held of Bichard son of Stephen by service 
of i knight's fee. 

Cumesheved (extent given), held of John de Bath* rendering 10«. yearly 
and doing Ibd. service when scutage runs. 

Hacche manor (extent given), held of John Pace rendering 61. yearly. 

Golton (extent given), held of the heirs of Roger de Taune rendering 
50s. yearly. 

C. Hen. HI. File 38. (IS.) 

741. BoLAND alias Bodland de Axstbde, (dias de Acstbde, de Oxstbd^ knight. 

Writy 19 Aug., 54 Hen. HI. 

Bodland his son, aged 80, is his heir. 

[Surrey.] Inq. (undated.) Acstede manor. 209a. arable, 12a. meadow, 24a. 
wood, 19a. pasture, 10a. sheep pasture on the hill, 2 mills, a court and 
garden, 19/. 14a. rent of assize, 80a. services, &c., with the advowson of the 
church, held of the king in chief, and it ought to answer for 8 knights' fees 
when scutage runs ; and 188a. arable, 5a. meadow, 16a. underwood, 20a. 
sheep pasture on the hill, and 2 mills, held of John de Nevill, and it 
ought to answer for 2 knights' fees when scutage runs, and pay 100a. yearly. 

Kent. Inq. (undated.) Netlestede. J knight's fee (extent given), held of 
Walter de Pridinton and Margery his wife, and llja.in gavelkind by service 
of 2a. dd. ; also 25a. arable, held of Alexander de Helgthe for t^ fee, and 
8a. arable and 2a. meadow rendering lid. yearly. 

[Surrey.] Ex'tent, Thursday after the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 54 Hen. HI. 
Oxsted manor (extent given, which does not correspond with the above), 
out of which 100a. yearly are payable to John de Nevill ; with detailed assign- 
ment of dower, giving names of fields, &c. to Olive, late the wife of the said 
Roland de Oxsted. 

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HENRY TIL 237 

742. Hbnby db Mbbke. 

WHt, 7 June, 54 Hen. III. 

He had a sister named Hose, who was seized in Teya church in the time of 
the war by 8ir Geoffrey Dinaunt, and had by him one daughter named Albrida, 
who is 2J years of age : whether the said Geoffrey married the said Rose or not, 
is unknown to the jury ; if he did before the birth of the said Albrida, the latter 
will be the heir of the said Henry ; if not, Andrew de Merk, his uncle, aged 40, 
will be his heir. 

Essex. Extent, The morrow of Holy Trinity, 54 Hen. HI. 

Latton manor (extent given), including 12d, from underwood within the 
forest of Merkwod, and pasture upon Stangravehil, held of the honour of 
Boulogne and of the king by 1 knight's fee, and by escheat. The church 
was given by the said Henry's ancestors in frank almoin to the prior, &c. 
of Latton, and the said Henry was patron of the priory. 

Essex. Extent, The day of St. Barnabas, 54 Hen. HI. 

Little Berdefeld manor with the advowson (full extent given, with 
names of tenants), including the pasture of Bromhull, held of the honour of 
Boulogne and of the king by 2 knights' fees, and by escheat. 

Finchingfeld, ^ knight's fee, held by William son of Geoffrey de 
Fjrnchingfeld. 

[Little Berdefeld ?,] J knight's fee in the same, held by Peter le Butyler 
of Little Berdefeld. 

[Reynes ?,] J knight's fee in the same town, held by Simon de Reynes 
of the same. 

Lalleford, 1} knight's fee, held by Sir Peter de Leyham. 
^ Ronewell, J knight's fee, held by Matthew de Mauteby or his heirs or 
assigns. 

Gynge Mounteney, | knight's fee, held by Thomas de Trapeles. (See 
No. 871.) 

C. Hen. III. File 88. (15.) 

743. Ralph, son of Ranulph. 

Writ of extent and partition, 12 May. Partition, Thursday in Whitsun week, 
54 Hen. HL 

ToBK. The part of Robert de Nevill. 

Middilham manor (excepting dower). 

Carleton with Coverdale forest (excepting dower), and with the vaccaries 
of Bradeleie, Wlvedale, Hyndeletheyt and Arkelsit. 

Thoroldeby, Arkesgard and Thorneton. 2 parts of the mills. 

York. 2«. 8d. rent from Stephen Nuncius. 

Douvesker and Waldene, with their meadows and pastures. 

Richem [on] d. 20«. rent. 

Latun. 108. 8d. 

Waldene. 20d. from the lodge (Loga) of Wytey. 
And to the other two parts 41. 10«. are allotted in this for the lord- 
ship of the house of Middelham, the chace of the forest of Coverdale, and the 
lordship of the said forest. 

Fees pertaining to this part : — 

Snape, Texton and Westbolton. 7 carucates land held by William 
de Preston. 

Coverham, Scrafton and Caldeberg. 6 carucates by Stephen de 
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Melmorby. 2 carucates by Geoffrey Picot. 

Scrafton, Ridemer, and Texton. 7 carucates by the abbot of Coverham 
in frank almoin, with the advowson of the abbey. 

Aykesgard. J carucate by Elias de le Gyle. 

Garleton. ^ carucate by the heir of Ralph Brekedore ; and ^ carucate 
by William son of Richard and Alan son of Walter. 

Morthara. 1 carucate by Henry de Rokeby. 

Ridmer. 1 carucate by Richard de Preston. 

The part of Robert de Tatesale : — 

Welle manor, with a moiety of the wood of Welle and of Snajye, 
excepting dower. 

Neubieging cum Scales de Hilton. 28/. 6«. KkL 

Burton and Waldene. 19i. 5«. Id. 

Flemmeshope in Coverdale. A vaccary with pasture through the whole 
forest, meadows and estovers. 

Fees pertaining to this part: — 

Texton and Arlathorp. 6 carucates land held by William de Lasceles. 

Clifton. 8 carucates by Reginald de Clifton. 

Thorneton Watlous. 5 carucates and 2 bovates by Ran[ulph] de 
Pikehale. 

Yarnewik. 1 carucate by Roger de Yngoldeby ; and 1 bovate by Robert 
de Yarnewik. 

Thirne. J carucate by Richard de Thyrne. 

Geytenby. 4 carucates by Gilbert Ruchemond, Hugh de Ask and 
Stephen Malovel. 

Aclethorp. 2 carucates by William de Ebor' ; 2 carucates by Simon de 
Aclethorp ; and 1 carucate by John son of William de Westlaton. 

Westbolton. 1 bovate by Adam Litilloverd. 

The part which is in the king's wardship : — 

Snape manor, with a moiety of the wood of Welle and of Snape, 
excepting dower. 

Crakehale manor, excepting dower. 

Swinesate in Coverdale. A vaccary with pasture through the whole 
forest and estovers. 

Rypon. 16d. from Robert de Catton. 

Waldene. 2«. 6d. from the lodge (Logo) of Wytey. 

Fees pertaining to this part : — 

Thorneton Colling. 4 carucates held by Brian son of Alan. 

Neuton. 8J carucates held by Robert Tortemeyns ; 1 carucate by 
John de Srafton ; and 2 carucates by Peter de Rand. 

Thorp. 1 carucate by Robert de Wycclif. 

Barton. 3 carucates by the abbot of St. Agatha, rendering foreign 
(service). 

Little Bolton. 3 carucates by John de Roald-Burton. 

Ley born, Haukeswelle and Walbron. 3 carucates and 2 bovates by 
Richard de Rybef. 

Burton upon Yor. 4 carucates by Richard de Burton. 

Great Crakehale. J carucate by Robert son of Henry ; and 2 bovates 
by William son of Amice. 

Aygesgard. The advowson of the church with the presentation remains 
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Mandate from the king's escheator to the escheator in cos. Norfolk and SuffoUv 
reciting the above writ. 

Norfolk. Extent and distribution between the heirs (undated and defective). 

Pickenham (extent given, with names of tenants), including ^ knight's 
fee held by the heir of Richard Curlu in Middeltun, divided into 3 parts, 
to one of which is assigned a moiety of the advowson of Hederset 
church, which Master Simon le Gaunt holds, to another the other moiety, 

which Ralph de Sumercote holds, and to the third of 

the chapel of Gantelof 

Norfolk. Extent and distribution between the heirs {luidated). 

Stockton (extent given with names of tenants), divided into three parts, 
including 10s. to each part from the chamber of Sir Roger Bigot, earl 
Mareschall. 

Norfolk. Extent and distribution between the heirs {undated). 

Hederset manor (extent given with names of tenants), including 
1 knight's fee in Bellhawe alias Bellhaye, held by Thomas de Clare and 
Robert Walram, and J fee each held by John de Stratune and his brother, 
William Dunstun, Nicholas de Chaverham in Chaverham, Richard de 
Crepinge in Saxtorp, and the heir of Ralph de Wramplingham, divided into 
3 parts, to one of which is assigned a moiety of the advowson of Hederset 
church, to another the other moiety (as abovesaid), and to the third the 
advowson of Houtun church and 2 parts of the chapel of Kantelof. 
Charges (recaptio) of the manor, Sir William Malerbe 4s. lOd., Hubert 
Hakun Id., for a hundred 12(2., langavel Id., Costeseye manor 4s., William 
de Eingham ^d., and Godfrey le Gameys 40^., which the lord gave him by 
charter to be received from the mill. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 38. (16.) 

744. Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk. 

Writ, 6 July, 54 Hen. III. 

Sir Roger Bigot alias de Bygot, son of the late Sir Hugh le Bigot alias Bigod 
brother of the said earl, age variously stated as 24 and more, 25 and more, 
and 26 and more, is his heir. 

[Norfolk.] Extent, Thursday before St. Margaret, 54 Hen. III. 

Fomeset manor with the advowson (extent given), pertaining to the 
barony of Bigot, which is held of the king in chief by the barony service ; 
and a certain homage called Hadesco, which is held of the king in chief by 
serjeanty of finding a man with a lance in the king's army. 

[Suffolk.] Extent (undated). 

Frameningham manor with the advowson (extent given), including the 
pastures of Oldfreth, Bradhaye, and Buthehaye, held of Adam de Bedinfeld 
rendering 6d. 

[Berks.] Extent (undated). 

Hamstede manor with the advowson, with its grange of Spenes (extent 
given), held of the king in chief by service of the marshal's wand. 

[Suffolk.] Extent, Monday before St, Margaret, 54 Hen. III. 

Pesenhal manor (extent given), including a wood called Oldewode, a 
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[Suffolk.] Extent, Tuesday before St. Margaret, 54 Hen. 111. 

Bung[ey] with the castle and manor (extent given), held of the earl 
of Warwyk by service of 1 knight's fee. 

[SuffolkJ Extent, Tuesday before St. Margaret, 54 Hen. III. 

Bung [eye] manor with the castle and borough (fuller extent given), held 
as above. 

[Suffolk.] Extent, Saturday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 
54 Hen. HI. 

Staverton manor (extent given), including marshes called Oldemor 
and Staverton mor, held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee. 
The advowsons of the churches of Eyk and Bromiswell pertain to the 
manor. 

[Suffolk.] Extent, Monday before St. Margaret, 64 Hen. III. 

Keleshal manor with the advowson (extent given), a member of the 
barony of Bygot and held of the king. 

[Suffolk.] Extent, Saturday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 
54 Hen. III. 

Holisle manor with the advowson (extent given), including the market of 
Margritestowe, held of the king in chief as pertaining to the barony 
of Bigot. 

[Suffolk.] Extent, Friday before St. Mary Magdalen, 54 Hen. III. 

Gipewic. A house and quay held of the earl of Aubemarle by free 
service of 4d. yearly, 

[Suffolk.] Extent {undated), 

Gratefeld alioi Gradefeld manor (extent given), held of the fee of 
Baynard by service of J knight's fee. 

[Suffolk.] Extent {undated). 

Soham manor (extent given), held of the honour of Richemund rendering 
20«. yearly. 

[Norfolk.] Extent, Friday before St. Margaret, 54 Hen. III. 

Hanewrth manor, with the advowsons of Aleby, Audeburg, Coleby, 
. Banighfion, Westwic, and \ of St. Mary Antingham (extent given), held of 
the king in chief as member of the barony of Bygit. 

Aleby. 12a. arable held of Sir Walter de Mauteby by service of i mark. 
Suffeud manor with the advowson (extent given), held of the king in 
chief of the said barony of Bigot. 

[Essex.] Extent {undated). 

Gestreford manor with the advowson (extent given), including 5«. for 
view of frankpledge from the township of Dokesworth, held of the honour of 
StruguU and pertaining to the marshalsey. 

[Norfolk.] Extent, Tuesday before St. Margaret, 54 Hen. III. 

Dichingham manor with the advowson (extent given), including the 
underwoods of Chertheage, Schyrifeseles and Sextingge, and 20«. from the 
market of Lodene, held of the king in chief, with Ersham, by service of 
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[Suffolk.] Extent, Friday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 
54 Hen. HI. 

Waleton manor (extent given), including a marsh called Le Holm, a 
marsh at Pauntenham, a pasture called Croxtonecrof t, a pasture at Kenebrok, 
5«. rent for cultivating vines at Frameningham, and 9«. rent for customs of 
ships at Stanbake and Gustun, held of the bishop of Ely by service of 
2 knights. 

[Suffolk.] Extent, Saturday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 
54 Hen. III. 

Donigworthe manor, with the advowsons of Duningworth, Blakeshal, 
Thunstall and Iken (extent given), held of the honour of Eye by service of 
5 knights. 

[Norfolk.] Extent, Tuesday before St. Margaret, 54 Hen. IH. 

Ersham. A moiety of the hundred (extent given), including Ss. l^d. 
rent of assize of Frescingge, 2^. 4c2. rent of assize called devil's cape 
{capa Diaboli) from the town of Denton, and the market of Herleston, 
held of the king in chief at fee farm rendering 40d. yearly. 

[Suffolk.] Extent, Sunday after the Translation . of St. Thomas the Martyr (?) 
54 Hen. ni. (defaced). 

The manor of Ho and the hundred (of Loes) (extent given), held of 

Robert son of Roger, heir of Hugh 

Noteleie pays 58«. B^d. yearly to the manor of Ho for exchanges. 

[Essex.] Extent, Thursday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 
54 Hen. III. 

Doverecurt manor, with Herewyc its member (extent given), held 
of the earl of Oxford by service of 1 knight. 

[Norfolk.] Extent, Wednesday before St. Margaret, 54 Hen. III. 

Little Framingham manor (extent given), held of the honour of Chester 
in chief by service of 1 knight's fee. 

[Norfolk.] Extent, Friday before St. Margaret, 54 Hen. III. 

Banham manor (extent given), held of the earl of Warenne in chief by 
service of 1 knight. • 

[Norfolk.] Extent, Friday before St. Margaret, 54 Hen. III. 

Lopham manor with the advowson (extent given), held of the king in 
chief as member of the barony of Bygot for a pourparty of the service due. 

[Norfolk.] Extent, Wednesday before St. Margaret, 54 Hen. III. 

Acle manor with the advowson (extent given), including marshes called 
Holm, Essiesmers, and Hallecote, held of the king in chief by the barony 
service due. 

Walsham manor with the advowson (extent given), held of the king in 
chief by the barony service due. 

Halvergate manor with the advowson (extent given), including marshes 
called Thurstanesmers, Hosulfvesflet, Godringesmers, Mantesmers and 
' Pretholm, held of the king in chief by the barony service due. 

C. Hen. III. File 38. (17.) 

745. William alias Walter de Bradbmbrb. 

Writ of ad plenum certiorari, 21 Sept., 54 Hen. III. on the complaint of 
Richard de Brademere, his son that the escheator had ejected him from 
certain lands after his father's death, Inq. {undated.) 
Richard, his son, age unspecified, is heir of the said William, 

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242 INQUISITIONS. 

[Surrey ?] (Unspecified.) Lands &c. held of John de Inglesham in chief for 
Id. yearly, and 50«. for two years to the lords of the fee as attorney of the 
said John : after his death the said Bichard had seisin of the said lands, 
according to the custom of the country. He held no lands of the king in 
chief. 

C. Hen. III. FH^ 38. (18.) 

746. Bricius Cappblanus. 

Writ de escceta to the bailiff of the king's manor of Wodestok, 29 Sept. Inq, 
Saturday after St. Michael, 54 Hen. III. 

[Oxford.] Cumbe. A tenement held of the king in chief rendering ^d. yearly, 
suit of court and tallage, is the king's escheat through the death of the said 
Bricius, who died by misadventure in a certain windmill, and the jury know 
of no heir of his of the same tenement. 

C. Hen. HI. FiU 88. (19.) 

747. Gres' son of Master Moses, a Jew of London. 

Writ of ad plenum certiorari to the constable of the tower of London and the 
mayor and sheriffs, 10 Sept. Inq. Wednesday after the Exaltation of the 
Holy Cross, 54 Hen. III. 

London. The houses late of the said Cress in Melcstrate are not the king's 
escheat through the death of the said Cress, who never made any default 
against the king's peace, but as a good and faithful Jew before his death 
made his will according to the custom of Jewry, and bequeathed the said 
houses to Cok his son. In testimony whereof the said constable, mayor and 
sheriffs and the Jewish jurors only have placed their seals, for never since 
the city had its liberties and ancient customs have any jurors put their 
seals to inquisitions of this sort. Beneath are the names of the Jewish 
jurors in Hebrew. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 88. (20.) 



748. Petronilla la Mareschale, sometime the wife of William le Mareschal. 

Writ, 20 Oct., 54 Hen. IH. Inq. (undated). 

[Gloucester.] Kvnges Cherleton manor was given by King Bichard by charter 
to Walter de Esseleye, from whom it descended to his sister Mabel Bevel, 
who had a daughter Sabina del Hortyey alias del Ortiheye, who had a 
daughter Petronilla, and the said Mabel gave the manor to Sir William 
Mareschall in free marriage with the said Petronilla ; the manor is not of 
the inheritance of the said William. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 39- (1.) 

749. BoBBTT Corbet. 

Writ of ad pUnum certiorari, 7 Jan. on the complaint of William Corbet his 
nephew, that the subescheator had ejected him from a third part of the 
manor of Chetinton, of which the said Bobert had enfeoffed him, together 
with the other two parts of the manor. Inq. Sunday the morrow of the 
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Salop. Chetinton. The said Robert v/as a bastard and died without heir, but 
he enfeoffed the said "William his nephew of i of the manor of Chetinton, 
which Sibyl de Broc sometime held, and which he had of the king's grant, 
to him and his heirs or assigns, doing the accustomed services to the chief 
lords, and to the said Robert and his heirs &c. 1 pair of white gloves yearly ; 
the said Robert could do this by the king's charter, and the said WilUam was 
in peaceful seisin thereof for a month before the said Robert's death. The 
said Robert sold the advowson of the church of Chetinton to Robert Bumel. 

C. Hen. III. File 39. (2.) 

750. Reginald de Lbyham. 

Wiit {missing). Inq before St. Martin, 54 Hen. III. (d^/ectire.) 

aged less than 9 (or ? 19), is his heir. 

NouFOLK. Buchtorp manor with the advowson (extent given), held of the king in 
chief for 2 knights' fees ; and Lecia, the relict of the said Reginald, holds a 
third part in dower. 

The kmg after the death of the said Reginald gave the said (manor &c.) to 
Emery de Weyllevinie for his service by letters . . in his 51st year, and he 

sold the manor to William Bathun and Robert de Perrer 

until the lawful age of the heir, who is within nine . . 

. . . ; which the king [confirmed ?] by letters patent of 6 Nov. in his 52nd 
year. 

C. Sen. III. File 39- (8.) 

751. Nigel de Plumton. 

Writ (missing). Inq. {undated, but endorsed 55 Hen. III.). 

Robert his son, aged 4^, is his heir, and the wardship and marriage pertain 
to Sir WiUiam de Percy. 

[York.] [Plumton.] Lands &c. worth 10 marks 2«. 8d. yearly, without 
3 dowers of 3 ladies, held of the fee of William de Wescy, service 
unspecified. 

Plumton. 10 marks 3«. of land yearly, without the said 3 dowers, help 
of the fee of William de Percy, service unspecified. 

Nessefeld. 108«. 8d. of land yearly, without the said 3 dowers, held 
of Peter de Percy rendering 42«. yearly. 

Gersinton, worth 10 marks 4«. Id. yearly, without the said 3 dowers, 
held of Sir William de Percy rendering 1 mark yearly. 

Idel, worth 5 marks yearly, without the 3 dowers, held of the earl of 
of Lincoln, and afterwards of the king by reason of his heir, service 



unspecified. 



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752. Ada late the wipe op William de Fubnivall. 

Writ, 15 May, 55 Hen. IE. 

Helewisa her daughter, wife of Sir Eustace de BaylloU, aged 23, is her 
heir. 

Westmoreland. Inq. {undated). 

Offe. A moiety of the manor, held of the heirs of Robert de Veteri 
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CuMBBBLAND. Inq. Wednesday the eve of St. Barnabas, 55 Hen. III. 

Ayketon manor with a moiety of the advowson (extent given). 

Burgh by Sands (super le Sablunes). A moiety (extent given), including 
the herbage of le Rogmire, and the fishery of Edene. 

KircoBwald. A moiety with a moiety of the advowson (extent given), 
including the herbage of lUiwenholme. 

Laysingby. A moiety (extent given). 
All held of the king in chief for 40s. Qd. cornage, and suit at Cumberland 



county (courts). 



753. David lb LARDmsB. 



C. Hen. III. FiU 39. (5.) 



Writ, 25 Oct., 55 Hen. III. Extent, Monday after St. Leonard, 56 Hen. IIL 
David his son, is his heir and of full age. 

YoBK. York. A messuage, 71. 128. Id. rent by the hands of the bailiffs, 2s. rent 
from John le Especer, and 4«. from John de Beverle. 
Bustardthorp. Is. rent from Thomas Bustard. 
Land called Cortteburn, worth 6s. Sd. yearly. 
All held of the king in chief for keeping the king's gaol of the forest, making 
and keeping the king's larder, and finding salt at his own cost, and for this he 
shall have ' crura superiora et loynes,' and shall make sales for the king's debt 
by summons from the exchequer, and at each sale shall have 2s. 8d. 

Skelton. A messuage, 5 bovates land, a windmill, ica. held of Sir Robert 
de Newill, doing foreign (service). 

Morton. 1 carucate land, rendering 5s. yearly to the altar of the 
monastery of St. Mary, York. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 89. (6.) 



754. BicHABD DB Wtghbbebbohk alias Wiggebeb. 

Writ {missing). 

He died on Wednesday before St. Michael, 54 Hen. III. 
William de Wiggeber his son, aged 24 and more, is his heir. 

Wilts. Inq. Monday after All Saints, 55 Hen. III. 

Ebbelesbum Wak. 2 carucates land held of the king in chief by service 
of J knight's fee in the army in Wales. 

Nethehavene. 1 carucate land held by service of 101. yearly to the heirs 
of Sir William Lungespeye. 

[Somebsbt.] Inq. The morrow of All Saints, 55 Hen. III. 
Wiggeber. 1 carucate land. 
Feggenes. 1 carucate land. 
All held of the king in chief by seprice of being usher of the king's hall ; and 
Ellen mother of the said Richard was in seisin of the same by rendering 40s. 
yearly to the king by the hands of the sheriff. 

Stratton. 2 virgates land held of Sir Balph de Albinaco, service 
unspecified. (See No. 885.) 

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755. William db Huntbbcomb» 

Writ, 27 Mar., 55 Hen. IH. 

Walter de Huntercumbe, knight, his son, is his heir and of full age. 

Oxford. Inq. Easter eve. 

Huntercumbe manor, held of God and of the church of St. Mary, 
Carlisle (KarV), rendering llh. of incense at Easter. 

Ippesden. 1 carucato land held of John Giffard for ^ knight's fee. 

Niweham. 2 carucates land held of the king of Almain for 1 knight's 
fee. 

Essex. Extent and Inq St. George 55 Hen. III. {fragment). 

Hengeham manor (extent given), held in chief of the earl .... 

(Thomas his son), who was aged 12 at the feast of St. Nicholas .... 
is his heir (of this manor). 

[Bedford.] Inq. Tuesday in Easter week, 55 Hen. IH. 

Wrastlingwurthe manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 
service of J knight's fee. 

Essex. Extent and Inq, Thursday after St. Tibiircius and Valerian, 55 Hen. Ill) 
Wenstede manor with the patronage of the church (extent given), held 
of the bishop of London in chief by \ knight's fee, and 2«. yearly to 
Storteford castle. 

Thomas his son, aged 12 from the feast of St. Nicholas last, is his heir of 
this manor. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 89. (8.) 



756. Henry de Hauville alias de Hawill. • 

IFrif, 8 June, 55 Hen. m. 

Thomas, son of Balph de Hawill his son, aged 22 and more, is his heir. 

Lincoln. Inq. Thursday before St. Margaret. 

Haconeby manor (extent given), held of the king by serjeanty of 
receiving at Boston the gerfalcons sent to the King. Amice, sometime 
the wife of the said Henry, holds ^ of the manor in dower. 

Norfolk. Inq. Tuesday after SS. Peter and Paul, 55 Hen. III. 

Dunton and Eetleston. A messuage, 268^a. and Ir. land, 6^a. herbage, 
11. IM. rent of assize, a windmill and watermill &c. held of the king in chief 
by serjeanty of keeping the king's gerfalcons. 

Bieynham. 5Z. 6^. 8d. rent of assize held of the king by white farm, 
viz. — 40«. yearly. 

The said Amice holds in dower ^ of the lands &c. of Dunton, and a moiety 
of those of Beynham. 

C. Hen. III. File 89. (9.) 



757. Aline la Mareschale. 

WiH of certiorari whether the said Aline enfeoffed Alice de Carhou her daughter 
deceased, of the manor of Aselakeby for life only or otherwise. 24 March. 
Inq. Saturday after the Sunday when Quasimodo geniti is sung, 65 Hen. III^ 
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Lincoln. The said Aline enfeoffed Alice de Carrehou alias de Carrou of the manor 
of Aselokeby for life, and after her death it ought to revert to the heirs of 
the said Aline. (See No. 688.) 

I C. Hen. III. FiU 89. (10.) 

758. Thomas son of Thomas db Moleton. 

Writ, 14 Jan. Inq. Saturday before the Purification, 55 Hen. III. 
Thomas his son, is his heir and of full age. 

CuMBBBLAND. Burgh by Sands (super sablones). A moiety (extent given), 
including 18 nets (retia) in the water of Edene. 

(Unspecified.) 8 hamlets freely held by Sir Eobert de la Ferete by 
comage and suit of court at Burgh, and a moiety of ' le frithenette.' 

Thorisby, similarly held by Sir William de Boyvill. 

Tshale, held by Hubbert de Moleton for IW, cummin. 

Neuton and a moiety of Grinnisdal, held by Thomas de Neuton by 
suit of court. 

Grinnisdal. A moiety held by William de Sore by suit of court. 

Kircoswald. A moiety with a moiety of the advowsons of Kircoswald 
and Ayketon (extent given with names of tenants), including : — 

Laysingby. 1 carucate land held by Sir Robert de la Ferete in free 
marriage ; 6 bovates land and a moiety of the mill, held by Sir Hugh de 
Moleton for lib, cummin : and 2 bovates land freely held by John de 
Belchampe for 1 pair of white gloves. 

All the above held of the king in chief by 25s, 2d. for comage, and suit at 
Cumberland county (court), 

C. Hen, HI. FOe 39. (11.) 

759. Hugh de Mobwykb. 

Writ (missing). Inq. The morrow of All Saints, 55 Hen. III. 

Sibyl the wife of Roger de Momeley, and Theophania the wife of John de 
Bulmere, both of full age, and Beatrice the wife of John de Bossell, aged 15 at 
Hock Day last, are his heirs. 

Leigesteb. Pickewell. A messuage, 8 virgates land, and 588. 20d, rent, held of 
the king in chief (service unspecified). (See No. 720.) 

C. Hen. III. File 39. (12.) 

760. William de Duston alias de Dustunb. 

Writ, 19 April. Inq. The morrow of St. George the Martyr, 55 Hen. HI. 

Kent. Ditton. 100s. rent, held of the king in chief ; and as to the service, one 
Scrangia, who sometime held the manor of Ayllesford, which afterwards was 
the king's escheat, gave the said rent to William de Duston, grandfather of 
Isabel de Grey, in free marriage with a certain maid (doinivilla) of hers, with- 
out service, until it should come to the 4th degree. It cannot be the king's 
escheat whilst heirs of the said William are living : he had 3 daughters his 
heirs, who were under age when their father died, whose wardship the king 
had by reason of tenements which the said William held of him in chief in 
CO. Northampton. Walter, sometime archbishop of York, who afterwards had 
the wardship of the heirs, married them, and assigned to each her share of 
the inheritance, so that the said rent fell to the pourparty of Isabel, the eldest 
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of two parts thereof, viz. — ^ which the king delivered to her by reason of 
her pourparty, and another ^ which the king delivered to her by reason of 
Roesia de Vylli, who acknowledged that the rent wholly fell to the pourparty 
of the said Isabel her sister, and the remaining ^ is in the king's hands, 
because Joan, the third daughter, married to Mauger le Vavathur, never 
came to make any acknowledgement, and died leaving an heir of full age : 
the said Isabel and Roesia are of full age. The king delivered the third part 
of the said rent to William le Chandelur, deceased, whose wife is now in 
seisin thereof, but the Jiury know not by what warrant. 

C. Hen. III. File 89. (13.^ 



761. Gerard de Sutton. 

Writ (missing). Inq. Monday before Witsunday, 56 Hen. III. 
Jordan his son is his heu* and of full age. 

[NoTTmoHAM.] Sutton. A messuage, 6 bovates land, 6a. meadow, a mill, and 
12s. rent, with the advowson of the church, held of the king in chief 
rendering 14«. yearly, doing suit of court at Mamesfeud, and finding an 
esquire at the king's common summons in Wales for 40 days at his own 
costs; and a messuage and 10a. land rendering 22d. yearly to the king. 

C. Hen. HI. File 39. (14.) 



762. Henry db Chblton alms de Scblton, de Shblton. 

JFrit, 24 Feb., 65 Hen. III. 

Robert de Scelton his son, aged 25 and more, is his heir. 

[Suffolk.] Extent^ Tuesday before St. Gregory, 55 Hen. HI. 

YUech manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of 
8 knights' fees; 14a. land held of Adam de YUech by service of lib. cummin ; 
60a. land and 4a. wood of John de Laveham by service of 1 mark Id. and 
J knight's fee ; and 6a. of Hugh de Capeles by service of 8d. 

[Norfolk.] Extent^ Sunday after St. Gregory, 55 Hen. III. 

Bedingham manor with Woton (extent given), held of the fee of Arundel 
by service of J knight's fee. 

[Norfolk.] Extent^ Saturday after St. Gregory, 55 Hen. III. 

Scelton manor, viz. — a messuage, 60a. land, 14a. wood, la. pastmre and 
a windmill, held of the fee of Arundel by J knight's fee ; 50a. land and a 
mill held of Roger de Hales by service of 4*. ; 14a. of Robert son of Walter 
by service of 8«. ; 18a. (land) and 2a. pasture, held of Nicholas de Scelton 
by service of 4«. ; 14a. held of Simon le Claver by service of 3«. ; and 4a. 
held of Hervey le Waleys by service of ISi. ; also 4i. 6«. 8d. rent of assize, 
and Vis. 8Jd. villenage. 

[Norfolk.] Extent, Friday after St. Gregory, 65 Hen. III. 

Osmiinddeston manor, viz. — 15a. land held of Omer (?) de Bisilthe by 
service of 3«. 2i., who holds of the king in chief ; and 100a. land, 5a. pasture, 
^fl. wood, a mill, 24«. 9Jd. rent of assize, and 2«. 3d. works, held of the fee of 
Arundel by service of J knight's fee. 

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763. Roger db Scaccahio. 

Writf 2 AprU. Inq. Thursday in Easter week, 55 Hen. III. 
Laurence, his son, aged 80 and more, is his heir. 

Oxford. Leukenor and Stockyncherech' parishes. J knight's fee, held by 
serjeanty of being grand usher of the long's exchequer, usher of Jewry, and 
crier before the justices of the king's bench and the rest of the justices of 
eyre, for all pleas throughout the realm of England. 

Estone. Ihide land, held of Sir Alan son of Reyward, rendering 
IV). cummin, lib. pepper, and 12d. yearly. 

Leukenore parish, i hide land held of the abbot of Abingdon rendering 
20«. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 39. (16.) 

764. Richard db Tany. 

Wnt, 3 Nov., 55 Hen. III. 

Sir Richard de Taney, his son, aged 30 and more, is his heir. 

Essex. Inq. and extent, Wednesday after St. Martin, 55 Hen. III. 

Chigenhal manor with the advowson (extent given), held of the earl of 
Hereford by service of 1 knight's fee. 

Essex. Inq. and extent, The day of St. Martin, 55 Hen. III. 

Elmestede manor with the advowson (extent given), held of the king in 
chief of the honour of Releye, together with the manors of Stapelford and 
Stanbregg, of which Stanbregg Sir Philip Basset is seised for Ufe, by service 
of 7i knights' fees, and 1 suit of court monthly at Relye honour, and 1 sui^ 
at the hundred (court) of Tendring from the manor of Elmestede. 

Essex. Inq. and extent, Friday after St. Martin, 55 Hen. III. 

Stapelford manor with the advowson (extent given), held of the king in 
chief as abovesaid, and the manor paid 5s. yearly to the bailiflfs of the 
hundred of Angre for sheriff's aid. 

Essex. Inq. and extent, Saturday after St. Martin, 55 Hen. III. 

Lattone alias Latton Taney manor (extent given), held of Sir WiUia^^ 
Comyn, pertaining to the honour of Beneton, by service of ^ knight's fee, 
3«. to the hundred of Herlawe, and suit of court there ; and thus for a long 
time, but more anciently it was held of the honour of Boulogne, with an 
equal part held by Henry de Merk and another by the abbot of St. Ednaunds, 
which 3 parts were parted to 8 sisters as one heir, and held of the hoixonr of 
Boulogne; but how they were transferred the jury do not recollect. 
A moiety of the advowson of the church pertains to the manor, and a rnoiety 
to the priory of Latton. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 39- (17.) 

765. Hubert db Terling. 

Writ (missing). Extent, 12 April, 55 Hen. III. 

John, his son, aged 12 at the feast of St. Lucy last, is his heir. 

Essex. Terling. 259 Ja. land in demesne, held of the king in chief by b^t^^^ 
of finding a serjeant with a horse armed for 40 days at his own cost, ^^^^ 
the King shall go to Wales with his army, also 3Ja. meadow, 17a. p&^^J^®' 
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owed to Gervase de Haldolt Qs. rent for a piece of land. His wife seeks a 
third part in dower ; and Lady Maud de Heyham is dowered of a part of 
the lands, &c. pertaining to the said tenement, which is not reckoned in the 
above extent. 

C. Hen. III. File 39. (18.) 

766. Robert db Ulcestre. 

Writ of plenim certiorari, 8 May. Inq. Monday the morfow of Holy Trinity, 
65 Hen. III. 

Northumberland. Ulecestre manor was held of the heirs of Robert de Muscamp 
by 1 whole knight's fee; and in the last eyre of the justices for the forest at 
Newcastle upon Tyne the said Robert took l^a. of land of the king's 
demesne wood called Claverleye, to be held to him and his heirs rendering 6«. 
yearly to the sheriff at the exchequer of Newcastle to the king's use, the 
justices perceiving that it was more to the king's advantage that it should 
be let at that farm than remain forest. 

C. Hen. HI. File 39. (19.) 



767. Nicholas db Verdun, son of John de Verdun. 

Writ, 5 Aug. 55 Hen. HI. 

Theobald, his brother, aged 23 and more, is his heir. 

Hereford. Inq. Monday after the Assumption, 55 Hen. IH. 

Ewyas castle, with a moiety of the manor (extent given), including two 
forests, and 211. rents and toll of the borough of Ewyas, held of the king in 
chief as pertaining to his part of the barony of Webbele, which part he held 
by service of 7^ knights' fees ; and 20a. land of the fee of Crosmunt (?), held 
of Sir Edmund the king's son. 

Hereford. Inq. Sunday the morrow of the Assumption, 56 Hen. III. 

Webbele. A moiety of the barony (extent given), including toll of the 
borough, held of the king in chief, with all the land he held in England or 
in the marches, by service of 7J knights' fees. 

Sai<op. Inq. Wednesday after the Assumption, 55 Hen. HI. 

Ludelowe. A moiety of the whole borough* (extent given), held of the 
king in chief as pertaining to his part of the barony of Webbele as above 
said. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 39. (20.) 

768. William db Wodeham Ferers. 

Writj 8 April. Extent and inq. Sxmday after St. Barnabas, 55 Hen. IH. 
William, his son, aged 26 in the first week of March last, is his heir. 

EssBX. Little Sobiri. A messuage, 80a. arable, ^. pasture, 178. 3^. rents, Sec, 
held of the king in chief by reason of the barony of Reyleg. 

Hadleg. 30a. wood held of Osbert de la Brche for J knight's fee, and 
1 suit monthly at the barony (court) of Reyleg. 

Wodeham Ferers. A messuage, 240a. arable, 4a. meadow, and 16a. wood, 
held of Sir W. de Ferariis by service of 20«. yearly. 

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769. Henry db Buruhull aiias de Burhullb. 

Wnt ofplenius certioraii, 15 May, 55 Hen. III. on the complaint of Roger de 
Buruhull his brother, that the escheator had taken into the king's hands ^ of 
the manor of Weiburi, which ought to revert to him as heir of his moflier 
Basilia de Buruhull. 
He died after Christmas last. Roger de Burhull, his brother, aged 40 and 

more, is his heir. 

Gloucester. Inq. Monday before St. Barnabas, 55 Hen. III. 

Westburi. J of the manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 
service of J of a red goshawk, was given by Basilia de Buruhull by deed to 
the said Henry her younger son, with condition that if he should die without 
heir of his body the same with other lands should revert to herself and her 
heirs ; and the said Henry died without such heir, and the said i . of the 
manor ought to revert to the said Roger as son and heir of the said Basilia. 

Hereford. Inq, Monday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 
55 Hen. III. (defective), 

BurhuU. A messuage, garden and 1 carucate land (extent given) held 
of Humphrey .... in chief by service of i knight's fee, were similarly 
given to the said Henry by the said Basilia ; and the said Roger is heir of 
his brother, &c. ' 

Tullinton. A messuage, garden and 3 carucates land (extent given) held 
of Roger de Burhull lord of Tullinton by service of 5«. 9Jd. yearly rent, were 
similarly given by the said Basilia ; and the said Roger would have been 
heir of these lands, but cannot be both heir and lord of the same tenement, 
wherefore Roger his son, aged 22, is heir of the land, &c. of Tullinton. 

C. Hen. III. File 40. (2.) 

770. Richard Estrbcch. 

Writ to Roger de ClifiFord the younger, justice of the forest, 5 Aug. Inq. 
The day of St. Luke, 55 Hen. III. 
Richard his son, aged 24 and more, is his heir. 

[Worcester.] Peckenham forest. The bailiwick of the forestry of La Berse and 
Benetlegh, held of the king in chief, service unspecified. 

C. Hen. HI. File 40. (3.) 

771. Elias db Bratferton. 

Writ {missing). Inq. Monday before Lent (Camiprivutm), 1270. 

Richard de Bratferton his brother, is his heir and of full age. 
Northumberland. Westmatfen. 80Ja. land and meadow, 5 tofts, and 2s. rent, 

held of the king in chief rendering 40«. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 40. (4.) 

772. Hugh db Berwyk. 

Writ, to the guardian of the archbishopric of Canterbury, 26 April. Extent 
Thursday in Whitsun week, 55 Hen. III. 
The jury know of no other heir than Richard his son, aged 26 and more. 

Oxford. Berwik. 1 hide land held (of the archbishopric of Canterbury), by 
service of | knight*s fee and doing 1 suit at Herwes ; and 2^ virgates land 
held of the fee of the prior of Canterbury. 

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773. Hugh db Balliolo. 

Writ to Guichard de Charrun and William de Kirketon, for the purpose of 
assigning her dower to Agnes de Valentia, the king's niece, late the wife of 
the said Hugh, 10 April, 55 Hen. III. 

Northumberland. Extent^ Monday the morrow of the Invention of the Holy 
Cross, 55 Hen. III. 

.Wodhom with its members (extent given with names of tenants) 
including a meadow called Motesmedue and a place called Waynegate. 

Neubigging township. 

Seton township (extent given with names of tenants), including the 
fishery of Wanspyk, and Holsescroft. 

Hyrst. A moiety is in the lord's wardship ; if the heir were not in 
wardship it would render 18«. yearly, but now whilst he is, it is worth 
40«. 5d. yearly. 

Northumberland. Extent, Saturday before the Invention of the Holy Cross, 
55 Hen. III. (defaced). 

Bywell. A moiety with its members (extent given with names of 
tenants), held of the king in chief, service unspecified, including : — 

Whyttonstall and Newland, held by Roger Darrenes, by J knight's fee, 
and 73s. 4d. yearly. 

Westerselilawe. 2 tofts and 14a. land held by Thomas del Bate and 
Eva at the lord's will, rendering 14«. 4d. yearly, and 2 tofts held by 
Boger del Bate and Adam del Bate, rendering 8s. yearly. 

A forest containing 6 leagues in length and 8^ in breadth, worth 
111. 68. lOd. yearly. 

Akum (extent given with names of tenants). 

Ovynton (extent given with names of tenants) including a place called 
Hoggeryding. 

Brothersete, a hamlet in the forest. 

Bromley (extent given with names of tenants) including Lame- 
potstrother. 

Falderley, held by Simon de Haliwell and Alan de Menyhill rendering 
8«. yearly. 

Mynstanaker, held by Bobert and Alan of the same, rendering &8. 8d. 

Fayrhill, held by Elias of the same, rendering 9s. and llh. pepper. 

Le More huse, held by Thomas son of Gamel, rendering 5s. 

Backeworth, held by 4 bondmen at will, rendering 20s. (?). 

Stokesfeld, held by John of the same, rendering 8s. and 4s. for a pastui-e. 

Est Neuton, held by Bobert de Insula, rendering 3s. 

Heley, held by the preceptor of Thorenton, rendering 2s. 

Mickeley renders 44s. yearly, and was in the said Hugh's wardship, which 
lasts for 3 years. 

Eltringham, held by Adam of the same, rendering 44s. 9d. for divers 
works &c. 

Bromycrok, held by Thomas of the same, Gamel of the same, and 
Adam son of Adam, of the same, rendering 17s. 2d. 

Crombclyve (extent given). 

Espersheles (extent given with names of tenants). 

Byrckw . . . (?). 2a. land held by Thomas de Stanes at will, 
rendering 12d. 

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252 IJiQUISITIONS. 

Knights' fees, &c. : — 

Bechefeld, and Stayngton in the bishopric of Durham, held by Eoger 
Bertram by service of J knight's fee and suit at By well court, which is not 
extended because he held of the king in chief. 

Neuton, held by Robert de Insula by 1 knight's fee and the like suit, 
which is not extended, as above. 

Haliwell, held by Henry de la Val by service of 1 knight's fee, and 
now in the king's wardship through his death, who held of the king in chief. 

Cressewell {aliaa Craasewell), Ellinton and Haydon, held by the 
heir of Adam de Perington by service of 1 knight's fee, not extended 
as above, 

Stanfordham {alias Stamfordham). A third part held by William de 
Sules by service of 1 knight's fee. 

Gonewarton and Swyneburn, held by John de Gonewarton by service 
of 2 knights' fees, doing suit. 

Ryhill (alias Rihill). A moiety held by Peter de Faudon by service of 
1 knight's fee, doing suit ; and the other moiety by the heir of Wilham de 
Ryhill by 1 knight's fee, doing suit. 

Whyttonstall and Newland, held by Roger Darennes (alias de Areines) 
by service of J knight's fee, doing suit. 

[Ovynton] held by Philip de Ovynton (alias de Ovigton) by service of 
^ knight's fee, doing suit. 

Lynemuth and a moiety of Hirst, held by Robert de Rue by the same 
service. 

[Stokesfeld.] 1 carucate land held by Gilbert de Stokesfeld by the 
same service. 

[Bromeley.] 46a. land held by Walter de Bromeley by service of 
gV knight's fee, doing suit. 

Rydeley, held by Robert de Meynevill (alias de Menevill) by service of 
J knight's fee, doing suit. 

Hedon, held by John de Heddon by service of 1 knight's fee, doing suit. 

Mickeley (alias Mikkelee, J knight's fee, which) is still in wardship for 
6 years, as abovesaid. 

Partition. Two parts of the above extent, viz. — the whole manor of Biwell 
with its members, and a moiety of the demesnes of Wodehorn, with a meadow 
called Motesmedu, and certain bondmen, cottars, rents, &c. 

Partition. A third part of the above extent, viz. — the whole manor of 
Wodehorn with the towns of Neubigging, Seton, Hirst, and its other members, 
excepting the above-mentioned exceptions. 

Schedule of the above fees, divided into two parts and a third part. 

Writ oj certiorari whether the said Hugh was enfeoffed of the manor of 
Thorkeseye, or held it at the will of .Sir John de Balliolo (deceased) 
arid Dervergulla his wife, 18 May, 55 Hen. III. Inq. Tuesday after 
St. James. 

[Lincoln.] Thorkeseye manor was held by the said Hugh by a certain writing 
made between them, at the will of Sir John de Balliolo and Dervergulla his 
wife, who held it in exchange for a part of the inheritance of the said 
Dervergulla of the earldom of Chester, and this at the king's will. 
(See No. 804.) 

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774. Maud db Avbrbnges aUat db Avbrbnch. 

Writ of partition? 55 Hen. III. {fragment). 

Berks. Extent, The day of St. Peter ad Vincula, 55 Hen. III. 

Boclond manor with the advowson, which fell to the pourparty of Maud de 
Avereng (extent given), held (of the king?) in chief by 1 knight's fee, and 
also of the abbot of Abendon by 1 knight's fee, for which it has of the abbot 
on the eve of the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, bread, ale, 3 dishes, and 
hay and oats for 8 horses. 
Roger Gimel holds J knight's fee of the manor, Robert de Hafford ^ fee, 

Elias de Newinton f knight's fee, and the lord of Berton also holds, and all owe 

suit of court. 

Hertford. Extent, Thursday after St. Mary Magdalen, 55 Hen. III. 

Audeburi manor, which falls to the pourparty of Henry de Gaunt, in 
right of Isabel, daughter and heir of the said Maud, of the barony of 
Folkeston, (extent given), held of the King of AJmain in chief for 81. yearly. 

Essex. Extent, Friday after the Sunday when Lcetare Jerusalem is sung, 
65 Hen. III. 

Morton manor, which falls to the same pourparty (extent given), held 
of the king in chief by serjeanty of finding 1 esquire in the army in Wales 
for 40 days. 

Essex. Extent, Thursday after the Sunday when L(etare Jerusalem is sung, 

55 Hen. III. 

Elsnham manor, which falls to the same pourparty (extent given), held 

of the earl of Hereford of the fee of Maundevile, service unknown. 

The advowson used to pertain to the manor, but was given to the religious 
men of Walden. 

Kent. Extent, Monday after the Sunday when Misericordia Domini is sung, 55 
Hen. III. {mutilated and deja^ed). 

Polkstone manor, with its hamlets, viz. — ^Walton, Newenton, Alcham, 
Achangre and Terlingham, which falls to the pourparty of Sir John de 
Sandwico and Sir Bertram de CrioU in right of Agnes and Eleanor, younger 
daughters and heirs of the said Maud (full extent given) including mills, 
wreck of sea, woods in the park of Herstling, and in Reyndenn and 
Neweton, and customs called Mortonefar', Watelselver, Wodelode, &c. held 
with its appurtenances, advowsons and hundred, of the king in chief by 
knight's service, doing 20«. yearly to the king for the liberty of the hundred, 
and 15«. for the guard of Dover. 

All the tenents ought to give a subsidy of 211. 14«. 9d. for making the lord's 
eldest son a knight, and as much for marrying his eldest daughter. 
18 knights' fees pertain to the manor, viz. — 

[Saxthorpe* ?] and Steyfeykeye, in co. Norfolk. 4 fees held by Sir 
William de Valenc'. 

Londun, Ox . . , (Lid ?)enn, Swynefeld and Walemer, 5 feea held 
by Sir Nicholas de Crioll. 

Evering. 1 fee held by Roger de Evering. 

Hougham (?). 1 fee held by William le Fie . . . 

Cereton held by Robert de Stothoue and his parceners. 

Eynebrok. 1 fee held by Alfred de Eynebrok. 

Swynefeld (?). 1 fee held by John (?) 

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RuUindonn. 1 fee held by Lambert de Langeh . . . (?). 

Tankerton. 1 fee held by the brethren of 

Holmed. J fee held by the abbot (?) of . 

Boneton, J fee held by John de Boneton. 

J fee held by John de P 

Alcham. The advowson of the church is 

The nuns of Gines have {See No. 568.) 

. C. Hen. III. File 40. (7.) 

775. Roger de Meblay. 

Writ of partition^ 6 Nov. on the complaint of William de Craystok, who married 
Mary, eldest daughter and one of the heirs of the said Roger, that owing to 
the death of Alice the youngest daughter, who was in the king's wardship, 
partition of the woods and parks had been omitted by the escheator, and 
Robert de Eure, who married Isabel, another daughter and heir, would not 
permit the said William and Mary to have their portion. Partition^ 4 March, 
55 Hen. III. 

Northumberland. Morpath, Horseleye and Witton. Partition made, with full 
extent of boundaries, of the said parks and woods. And lot being cast, this 
is the part of Sir William de Graystoc, viz. — The western part of the forest, 
and Estparc with Schaldefen in Morpath ,* and to Sir Robert de Euer and 
his heirs remain, the eastern part of the forest, and Cotingwode and 
Westparc, and a parcel of wood in Widehaldeside. 

Wiit of ad plenum certiorari, 20 July, divers contentions having arisen upon the 
partition lately made. Inq. The day of the Exaltation of the Holy Gross, 
55 Hen. III. 

Northumberland. The whole inheritance of the said Roger in the county was 
parted at first as follows, viz. — Morpath assigned to Sir William, son of 
Thomas de Greystock, and Mary his wife, Wytton with the service of 
Wyndegate to the said Isabel, and Beuasys and Stanington with a parcel in 
Trenwell to the said Alice ; but the woods remained unparted, the wood of 
Morpath in custody of William and Mary, and the forest in that of Sir GeoflFrey 
de Lesyni, who had the wardship of Isabel and Alice by the king's gift. 
After the death of Alice, her part was parted by lot between the said William 
and Mary and the guardian of the said Isabel, and both were content, bu 
the woods were not parted by lot but assigned; Sir William was never 
content with his part, but Robert de Euyr was content. Whereupon Sir 
W^illiam procured the king's writ to the escheator (as above), and the woods 
were parted, and lots cast ; but because the part formerly assigned to the 
said Robert fell to Sir William by lot, the said Robert holds it still by force, 
and William cannot have seisin thereof. Waste has been done by. both 
parties but chiefly by Robert, and the escheator having taken an oath from 
Robert's forester to keep the woods and parks safely, the said Robert 
removed him, so that the escheator could not fully perform the king's 
mandate. {See No. 636.) 

C. Hen. HI. File 40. (8.) 

776. Roger db Qubncy alias de Quinsy, sometime earl of Winchester. 

Writ oj certiorari defeodis, dc. to the sheriflf of Oxford, 2 Nov., 55 Hen. Ill, that 
the cohiers may receive their pourparties. Inq. {und^ited). 



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[OxFOBD.] Chinore with Sideham in Wallingford honour. 1 knight's fee held 
by the said Roger of the king in chief : the advowson of Chinore pertains 
to the abbot of St. Albans. 

Sydeham a member of Chinore. J fee held by the abbot of Thame, 
paying 211. yearly. 

Similar writ to the sheriff of Berks, 2 Nov. Inq. Sunday after St. Scholastica, 
55 Hen. HI. 

[Bebks.] Westildele in Cumptone hundred. 17^^ virgates land, whereof each 
virgate renders 5«. yearly and customs worth 12d., \ held by the prior of 
Saundelford, J by Sir Roger de Beuchamp, and J by William de Abintune. 

Similar writ to the sheriff of Dorset, 2 Nov. 55 Hen. IH. Inq. Sunday after the 
Purification. 

DoBSBT. Little CurchuU. 1 fee held by William de Brudeport. 

Bradeford. J fee held by Ralph de Stopham. 

Eingeston manor. 1 carucate land held by Henry son of Elias in 
socage rendering 6s. yearly. 

Up Wymburn. 1 hide land held by Robert Trenchefeyl in socage 
rendering 6d. yearly. 

Pimpeme. 1 fee held by Ralph de Nevile and William his brother, 
sometime knights, who gave the same in frank almoin to the priory of 
Brummore. 

Similar tvrit to the sheriff of Sussex, 2 Nov. 55 Hen. HI. Inq, (undated) 
(? belonging to Sussex). 

[Sussex ?] No fees or advowsons are known. 

Similar writ to the sheriff of Essex, 2 Nov. 65 Hen. IH. Endorsed with return^ 
viz. — 

. [Hbbtfobd.] Ware. 1 knight's fee held by the said Roger of the honour of 
Leicester. 

[Essex ?] CoUum Quncy. 2 carucates land held by Robert de Quency, brother 
of the said Roger. 

Similar writ to the sheriff of Lincoln, 2 Nov. 55 Hen. HI. • Inq. (undated). 

Lincoln. Croxton and Kirington. lOOs. land held by John son of Odinel de 
Albiniaco by knight's service ; and 6J marks land^held by William de Sancto 
Andrea, and 6 marks land held by Amice daughter of Richard de Buslingtorp 
of Richard son of Richard de Buslingtorp, and by him of the earl, by the 
like service. 

Stayntoni 10 marks land held by the same Richard, by the like service. 

Wlrickby. 8 bovates land held by John de Launay for 6«. yearly. 

Croxton. Two parts of the advowson, which Master Adam de Norfolk 
holds of the earFs gift; and the third part pertains to Richard de Buslingtorp, 
who held it of the earl, and William Brandon, the chaplain, holds it of his 
gift. 

Similar turit to the sheriff of Huntingdon, 2 Nov. 56 Hen. HI. Inq. (undated.) 

Huntingdon. Dodington in Touleslond hundred. J knight's fee held by 
John de Litlebr'. 

Eynisbr*. J knight's fee held by Sir Thomas de Bercleye and Joan 
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256 INQUISITIONS. 

Eynisbr'. The advowson of the church, which Master Bichard de 
Clyflford holds of the gift of the countess of Derebi. 

Two watermills are held by the abbot of Sautre in frank almoin, of the earFs 
gift. 

Similar writ to the sheriff of Gloucester, 2 Nov. Inq. Friday after St. Matthias, 
55 Hen. III. 

Gloucester. Ebryton, Pebbewrthe and Clopton manors, held by Ernald de 
Bosco for 4 knights* fees, and 12d. yearly and 1 brachet, for these and other 
fees in other counties, and 2 suits at the court of Leicester. 

Farncot, Gittinge, Gatteslate and Goldecote, held by the same Ernald 
for 3 knights* fees. 

Similar tvrit to the sheriff of Northampton, 2 Nov. 55 Hen. III. 

[Northampton.] Inq. (undated.) 

Sprotton. 1 fee held by Thomas de Ardeme of Henry de Pynkeny, and 
by him of Boger de Quency, and the same Henry holds elsewhere of the king 
by barony. 

Haldeneby. J fee held by Sibyl late the wife of Peter de Haldeneby of 
Thomas de Arderne, and by him of the said Henry, and by him of the earl 

Hasilbech. ' 1 fee, with 3 virgates land in Pittesford, held by Bichard 
de Hanred of William Maufe of Sussex, and by him of Philip de Nevill, and 
by him of the earl. 

Waudegrave and Nortoft. J fee held by Thomas le Lord of Waude- 
grave of William de Nonencurt, and by him of William de Turevill, and by 
him of Alan de Bomely, and by him of the earl. 

Maydeford. 1 fee held by Thomas Kyn of William Bordet, and by him 
of the earl. 

Northampton. Inq. (undated). 

Astrop. \ fee held by William de Stapelton. 

Farnyngho. 1 fee defended against the earl by the countess of 
Albemarle, which Balph de Sancto Amando, Geoffrey Cardun and William 
Abbot hold in equal portions, but the wardship did not pertain to the earl by 
reason of many intermediaries. 

Similar icrit to the sheriff of Cambridge, 2 Nov. Inq. Tuesday after St. Lucy 
the Virgin, 55 Hen. III. 

Cambridge. [Trumpeton?] 1 fee held by Boger de Trumpeton, yielding 
scutage ; and 1 fee with the advowson of the same town, held by John de 
Kaylly, yielding scutage, and now held by Master Stephen de Eokelond, by 
reason of the wardship of the said John's land and heir, by sale from the 
earl. 

Gretton. 1 fee held by Boger de Trumpeton, yielding scutage. 

Wynnepol. 1 fee held by Baldwin de Bassingburn, yielding scutage. 
The said tenants hold nothing of the king in chief in the county. 

Similar writ to the sheriff of Nottingham, 2 Nov. 55 Hen. III. Inq. (undated). 

No fees, &c. were held of the earl in the bailiwick, whose wardship pertained 
to the earl or the king. 

Warwick. Extent, Tuesday before St. Gregory, 55 Hen. III. 

[Lodbrock.] A messuage with 2J virgates land, a mill, and the 
advowson of the church, held by John de Lodbrock. 

Napton and Weston. 2 fees and the advowson of Napton church, held 
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Edelinscote and MUverton. J fee held by John Spygirnel. 

Weston, Bulkynton, Clifton, Wavre, and Wibtoft. 4 fees held by 
Ernald de Bosco. 

Wlveye. 2 fees held by William de Harcurt, which the abbot of 
Cumbe held of him in frank almoin excepting scutage. 

Sekyndon. 6 virgates land held by Thomas de Caumvile, renderinjg 25s. 

La Hide and Eton, co. Warwick, and Sapecote, co. Leicester. ' J fee 
held by Thomas le Marescal. 

Pakynton. J fee held by Henry Murdac. 

[Leicester.] Extent, Monday before St. Gregory, 55 Hen. HI. 

Brantiston, Honecote, Fryseby, Galby, Stretton, and Norton. 4 fees 
held by William Burdet. 

Esseby, Blacfordeby, Culverdeby, Overton, Glen, Carleton and RoUiston. 
4 fees held by Alan la Zuche, who holds elsewhere of the king in chief. 

Butlisby. 1 fee held by John de Werdon, who holds elsewhere of the 
king in chief. 

Wautham. 1 fee answered for by Philip Daubeny, which the abbot of 
Groxton holds in alms. 

Berliston. ^ fee held by Richard Finery. 

Upton and Burton. 1 J fee held by Robert de la Warde. 

Minstirton and Pulteney. 1 fee held by Adam de Napton. 

Thorp, Cleybrock, Ailmerstorp, Busseby, Petlyng and Belegrave. 
16} fees held by Ernald de Bosco. 

Boseworhe, Seynton and Ailiston. 2 fees held by William de Harcurt, 
who held elsewhere of the king in chief. 

Houtton and Hautherne. } fee held by Simon Mallore and Hugh 
Nanetel. 

Leyton. 1 fee held by the countess of Oxford. 

Wiyngiston. 40i. land held by the said countess in free marriage of 
the gift of R. de Quency her brother. 

Lokynton. \ fee held by Roger Basset, and the abbot of Leicester 
holds it in alms. 

Drayton. 1 fee held by Ralph de Lodynton and John Heuse. 

Dadelynton and Heyham. J fee held by Henry de Hastynges, who 
held elsewhere of the king in chief. 

Sybbisdon, Schepeye and Heyham. 2 fees held by Thomas de 
Can vile. 

Hemynton. 1 fee held by Thomas de Meynel and Robert de 
Langeton. 

Barkeby. } fee held by Robert de Ros. 

Dadelynton. tV fee held by John Spygirnel. 

Watton. } fee held by William de Dive ; and J fee by Ralph de Bredon. 

Chevysby. J fee held by Robert de Chaucumbe. 
J Glenefeld. J fee held by Roger Cantevile. 

The heirs of the said Roger de Quency are patrons of the abbey of Geridon, 
Wlvescroft and Charleye ; and are advowees of the churches of Syiston, Leyton 
and Merkinfeld. 

Writ to the sheriff of Leicester to enquire what knight's fees Roger de Leyburn 
and Eleanor his wife hold as dower of the said Eleanor, of the inheritance 
of Roger de Quency late her husband, in order that Margaret de Ferariis, 
countess of Derby, Ellen, late the wife of Alan la Zouche, and Alexander 
Comyn, earl of Buchan (Bochan), and Elizabeth his wife, the co-heirs of the 
said Roger may know the pourparty which ought to fall to them, 
14 Oct. 55 Hen. HL Extent, Saturday after St. Hilary, 56 Hen- HI. 

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268 INQUISITIONS. 

Leicester. Knights' fees held in dower by Eleanor de Waus, countess of 
Winchester. 

Brantiston, &c. as above. 4 fees held by Eobert Burdet. 

Esseby, &c. as above. 4 fees held by Eoger la Zuche. 

Houton and Hautherne. i fee held as above. 

Hemynton. 1 fee held as above. 

Watton. J fee held by Balph de Bredon ; and J fee by Ralph Basset of 
Drayton. 

Mynstirton and Pulteneye. 1 fee held by Adam de Napton. 
{See Nos. 587 and 732.) 

C. Hen. III. File 40. (9.) 

777. William db Harghbs alias de Hergh'. 

Writ to the guardian of the archbishopric of Canterbury, 8 March, 55 Hen. III. 

Inq. {undated.) 

He held nothing of the archbishopric in chief, but held his whole tenement 
of Ralph Swetman ; it cannot be the king's escheat, for he left an heir, viz.— 
William Eous {Ruffum) of Watford, son of the aunt of the said William de Hergh*. 

C. Hen. HI. File 40. (10.) 

778. Simon db Staunton. 

Writ to the sheriff of Huntingdon to enquire whether the said Simon is of sound 
mind {undated). Inq. Sunday after St. Matthias, 55 Hen. HI. 
Huntingdon. He is of sound mind and fitly rules himself and his affairs; 
nor has he made any alienation of his lands, but has sold 7 roods of land 
(unspecified) to Eichard the chaplain for 5 marks and . . d. yearly rent : he 
holds lands (unspecified) worth 20Z. yearly of Nicholas de Segrave by service of 
lib. cummin, and of Eobert de Bokesworth by service of 9Jd. 

C. Hen. HI. File 40. (11.) 

779. Ealph db Sombry. 

Writ of ad plenum certiorari, 26 Jan., 55 Hen. HI. on the petition of Ealph de 
Erumbewell and Margaret his wife, John le Straunge and Joan his wife, 
Walter de Suly and Mabel his wife, and Henry de Erdinton and Maud his 
wife, concerning the lands, &c. (unspecified) which were of Clemence sometime 
countess of Chester, and which were taken into the king's hands upon 
her death by reason of the minority ol the said Ealph her heir, lately 
deceased, of whom the said Margaret, Joan, Mabel and Maud claim to be 



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780. Ealph db Stopham. 

Writy 16 Oct, 55 Hen. IH. Inq. Wednesday the feast of SS. Simon and Jude, 
56 Hen. HI. 
Ealph his son, aged 28 and more, is his heir. 

DoBSBT. Blaneford Brian manor (extent given), held of the king in chief. 

Bradeford (manor). 61. 13s. 4(2. rent of assize, held of the fee of the 
earl of Wjmcestre, finding for the said manor one footman for the king's 
service with bow and arrow {bosono) for 40 days at his own charge. 

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HENRY III. 259 

781. Chbistiana Ledbt, late the wife of Henby [Ledet]. 

Writ, 8 Sept. 55 Hen. III. Inq. Monday before St. Mark the Evangelist, 

56 Hen. III. {defective). 

[Wyscard their son was ?] the next heir of the said Henry and Christiana, 

and the said Wyscard begot a son named W(al ?) 

firstborn begot two daughters who are next heirs of 

the said Henry and Christiana Ledet • . . • 

and Christiana the younger, aged 15. 

Bedford. Sutton and Potton manors, held of Sir Bobert [de Brus]. The 
manor of Sutton was held of the predecessors of the said Bobert de Brus, and 

one Wyscard Ledet held the said 

Bobert de Brajrbroc, and he freed the manor of Sutton from 

Jewry and gave it to Henry his son and Christiana daughter of the said . . . 

and it is defended for ^ knight's 

fee against the lords of the fee ; and the manor of Potton is held of the 

same fee by ex(change) 

for Badewe and Toteham in co. Hertford (sic) ; and the 

said manors of Sutton and Potton are united 

Cadebury manor, held by the said Christiana in dower of the barony of 
Eton ; and she was dowered by Wyscard her son. 

C. Hen. III. File 40. (14.) 

782. LxjcY late the wife of William de Appblford. 

Writ, 28 April, 55 Hen. III. 

William de Appelford her son, aged 22 at Ash Wednesday last, is her heir. 

Essex. Extent, Thursday after the Invention of the Holy Cross, 55 Hen. III. 

Alesford, in Tendr[ring] hundred. A messuage, 120a. arable, 3a. dry 
pasture, 8a. marsh, 60a. wood, 20«. 9d. rent, &c. held of the king in chief of 
the honour of Boulogne by service of 1 knight and suit monthly at the court 
of Boulogne (honour). 

Cambridge. Inq. Saturday after St. Barnabas, 55 Hen. III. {defective). 

Grantecete. 52a. arable, 8a. meadow, 18«. ^d. rent, and a watermill, 
&c. held of the king of the honour of Boulogne by service of J knight. 

C. Hen. III. File 40. (15.) 



783. William de Mabes. 

Writ, 22 Oct. 56 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

John de Mares his brother, aged 24, is his heir. 

[Kent.] Wycheling. 1 knight's fee (extent given), with the advowson of the 
church, held of the king in chief by doing as pertains to the shield, and 
10«. every 20 weeks for the guard the castle of Dover. 

Sentlinge, Acmere and Selve. 2 knights* fees (extent given), held by 
doing for shield and guard of the said castle as above. 

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784. Ralph Musabd. 

Writ, 12 Oct. Inq. Wednesday before SS. Simon and Jude, 56 Hen. HI. 
Nicholas Musard, his brother, aged 80 and more, is his heir. 

Glougestbb. Seynesbyri. 2 parts of the manor (extent given), held of the king 
in chief, pertaining to the barony of La Musardere, service unspecified. 

La Musardere and Sudinton manors, held of the king in chief, service 
unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 40. (17.) 

785. Ralph de Ives alias Iuweaub. 

Writs to Guy de Taunton and to the sheriff of Somerset, 4 Aug. Inq. Saturday 
before the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 56 Hen. III. 
He had an aunt named Maud de Wyke, who is dead, and had children, but 

the jury know not which of them is the heir. 

Somerset. KnoUe luweaus manor, held of Henry del Ortyay, heir of Richard 
del Ortyay, who is in the king's wardship, by service of ^ knight's fee. 

Northstok manor. 20a. pasture and more, held of Sir William de 
Monte Acuto, service unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. File 40. (18.) 

786. Thomas Gredlbt alias Gbelley. 

Writ of extent to the sheriff of Rutland, 27 May, on the petition of Robert 
Gredley, nephew and heir of the said Thomas, and his friends, showing 
that the king's son, Edmund, to whom the king had granted the wardship, 
had distributed the same amongst his friends (JamUiares), who neglect to 
furnish the heir as is fitting, and praying restitution. Extent, The eve oi 
SS. Peter and Paul, 66 Hen. III. 

Rutland. Wodeheved manor (extent given), (which is in the hand of Laurence 
de Sancto Mauro). 

Similar writ to the sheriff of Oxford, 28 May. Extent Saturday the morrow of 
St. Botalph, 56 Hen. III. 

Oxford. Piryton manor (extent given), (which is in the hand of the executors of 
Philip Basset). 

Similar writ to the sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, 27 May, 56 Hen. HI. 

[Norfolk.] Extent {undated). 

Tunstede manor (extent given), (which is in the hand of Richard 
de Wyk). 

[Suffolk.] Extent (undated). 

Wylaesham {alias Wyllauesham) manor (extent given), (which is in the 
hand of Laurence de Sancto Mauro). 

C. Hen. III. FUe 40. (19.) 

787. Robert db la Mare. 

Writ, 25 July. Inq. Friday before St. Lawrence, 56 Hen. IH. 
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HENRY III. 261 

Wilts. Stupellaunton. 7 of the manor (extent given), held of the king in socage 
by service of 20s. yearly payable to the castle of Devises. 
The men of Edmund, son of the King of Almain, will not permit the 

escheator to take seisin of the lands of the said Bobert, which were of the fee of 

the said Edmund, in cos. Oxford and Gloucester. 

C. Hen. III. File 40. (20.) 

788. James de Aldithele alias de Audithelb. 

Writ of certiorari, 16 July, 56 Hen. Ill, on the complaint of Ella, late the wife of 
the said James, that the escheator had taken into the king's hand the 
manors of Stratton and Wechewik, which were of her free marriage of the 
gift of her father William Lungespei. Inq. (undated.) 
James his son, aged 22 and more, is his heir. 

OxFOSD. Stretton and Wrechewic manors, are held of the fee of Henry de Laci, 
and were given in free marriage with the said Ella to the said James. 

C. Hen. HI. File 41. (1.) 

789. Jambs de Aldeleyb. 

Writ of certiorari, 12 Sept. on the complaint of Alice de Bello Campo that the 
escheator had taken into the king's hand the manor of Herdewyk, which she 
bought of Balph de Audely. Inq. Monday before St. Michael, 56 Hen. IH. 

Oxford. Herdewick manor was bought by the said Alice of Ealph Daudeley, 
sometime lord of the same, and is held in chief of Sir Maurice Daudele by 
one knight's fee. It was seized (into the king's hands) by reason of the 
death of James de Audele, but he never had any seisin there, and it may ^be 
restored to the said Alice without prejudice to anyone. 

C. Hen. HI. FUe 4:1. (2.) 

790. IsMANNiA alias Ymannia Baynabd. 

Wnt, 12 June, 56 Hen. III. 

Boger Baynard, her son, aged 50, is her heir. 

Essex. Extent and Inq. Wednesday before St. John the Baptist, 56 Hen. III. 

Little Eeyn in Heng[ford] hundred. 1 hide land with messuage, &c. 
(extent given), held of the king in chief by 1 hidage. 

Essex. Extent and Inq. Tuesday before St. John the Baptist, 56 Hen. III. 

Messing in Lexeden hundred. A capital messuage, lands, &c. (extent 
given), held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 41. (3.) 

791. Thomas de Beeering. 

Writs, 6 Sept. Inq. Wednesday the feast of St. Matthew, 56 Hen. III. 

Thomas, his son, age variously stated as 26 and more, and SO, is his heir. 

Nobthumbbbland. (Unspecified.) 1^ knight's fee, held in barony of the 
inheritance of Mary his wife ; and the said Thomas and Mary rendered 
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Hemham manor, a moiety of Bolum, and a moiety of Bradeford, 
held in demesne and in services (extent given). 

(Unspecified.) 8} carucates land, with 9«. rent and a mill, held of the 
inheritance of the said Mary, of the barony of Bolebek. 

Lyhtedon, held of the barony of Bolnm. 
The said Mary is his heir (of these lands) and of full age. 

Wnt, 6 Sept., 56 Hen. III. 

Lincoln. Inq. Monday after the Exaltation of the Holy Gross, 56 Hen. III. 

Bekering. A capital messuage, 7^ bovates land, 5a. meadow, 17 tofts, 
7^ bovates land in the hands of villeins, a mill, &c. 

Westirington. A messuage and 6 bovates land. 

Herthewik. A messuage and 1^ bovates land. 

Tyrington. 5a. meadow and 2 tofts. 
All held of the fee of Sir Robert de Bos, service unspecified, and of the 
inheritance of the said Thomas. 

Barthon. 4 bovates land, held of the fee of Sir Gilbert de Gaunt, 
service unspecified. 

Huntingdon. Inq. The day of St. Denis, 56 Hen. HI. 
Great Cattewrd. 4^ virgates land. 

Werkwelle. 4 virgates land, held of the earl of Hereford, as pertaiiiing 
to Einebauton, to whom relief is due and not to the king. 
All held of the inheritance of the said Mary. 

The next heir after the deatib of the said Mary, who is now the heir, will be 
Thomas, son of the said Thomas and Mary, aged 80. 

C. Hen. III. File 41. (4.) 

792. Jomff DE Dyve. 

Writy 17 July, 66 Hen. III. 

Henry his son, age variously stated as 21 and more and 22 and more, is his 
heir. 

Sussex. Extent Monday after St. Martin, 57 Hen. III. 

Wunewerthe manor in Grafham (extent given), held of the lord 
of Arundel in chief by 1 knight's fee. 

NoBTHAMPTON. Ifiq. (undated.) 

Wyke. A capital messuage, 4 carucates land in demesne, meadow and 
pasture, 8 virgates land in viUenage, 6 cottars, 60s. free rent, &q. held of 
Sir Hugh de Plecy, service unspecified. 

Oxford. Dadington. ^ of 2 knight's fees held of the king by knights' service. 

Oxford. Extent Wednesday before St. Giles, 56 Hen. IH. 

Dadinton manor (extent given), held of the king by service of ^ of 2 
knights' fees. 

Oxford. Extent Sunday before the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 
56 Hen. III. 

Dokelinton manor (extent given), held of Sir Hugh de Plessetis by 
service of 1^ knight's fee. 

C. Hen. HI. File 41. (5.) 



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793. William de Wavebe. 

Writ, 4 March, 66 Hen. III. 

Bobert his son, aged 24 as they say, is his heir, and has taken a wife. 

Warwick. Inq. (undated.) 

Wavere in Knytelawe hundred, held of Sir Richard le Cursun of 
Queneborou, service unspecified. 

Neubolde, Lalleford and Cosforde, lands (unspecified), held of Lady Joan 
Wake in chief, service unspecified. 

Lincoln. Inq. Saturday after the Annunciation, 56 Hen. IH. 

Siyestan manor, held of Lady Christiana Ledet and her heirs, rendering 
1 mark yearly for all service. 

C. Hen. III. File 41. (6.) 

794. John Berenger alias Benigbr. 

Writ, 28 Aug. Inq. Thursday before the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary 
56 Hen. III. 
His heir is named Ingram, aged 7. 

Wilts. [Alvedeston.] 2 parts of 12 bovates land, held of the abbess, &c. of 
Wilton in fee farm, by rendering yearly 48 quarters wheat, and 48 quarters 
malt, whereof 24 quarters shall be of barley, 8 of wheat and 16 of oats ; 
also 24 quarters oats for making gruell, and 8 quarters wheat and 8 quarters 
barley for making household bread (panemfam') ; also 400 loaves of bread 
containing at least 7 quartern of wheat and barley in equal portions ; also 
9i marks rent of assize, and 200 fleeces ; all which are for the food and 
clothing of the nuns of Wilton ; nor is there wardship or marriage because 
the land is held by fee farm. 

Writ to enquire whether the wardship and marriage of the heir, &c. pertain 
to the king, by reason of the vacancy of the abbey of Wilton, 9 Sept. 
Inq. Monday before St. Matthew, 56 Hen. III. 

Wilts. Alvedeston. 2 carucates land held of the said abbess, &c. as above. 
The wardship and marriage pertain to the said abbess, &c. but Alice de 
Parham sometime abbess, sold the wardship and marriage of the said John 
to Christina, his mother, who still survives, for 40 marks. The jury were 
deceived through the haste of their clerk. 

C. Hen. III. File 41. (7.) 

795. William la Zuch. 

Writ of certiorari, 3 Feb. on the complaint of John de Traylli, that the escheator 
had taken into the king's hand the manor of Hobrugg', which the said 
William held by the courtesy of England of the inheritance of Maud the 
said John's mother. Inq. The day of St. Peter ad Cathedram, 56 Hen. III. 

Essex. Hobrug' manor was not held of his own inheritance, but he held it by 
the courtesy of England of the inheritance of Maud, sometime his wife. 
Sir John de Trailly is the next heir of the said Maud. 

C. Hen. III. File 41. (8.) 



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796. William de Staundon alias de Stondonb. 

Writ of certiorari, to the sheriflF of Essex, 24 May, 56 Hen. lU, on the petition of 
brother Eanulph de Bremesgrave, preceptor of the New Temple, London, 
showing that the wardship of certain lands in Little Cressing ought not to 
belong to the king, because held of the master, &c. of the Temple, in socage. 

Essex. Inq. (undated.) Little Kyrsing. The said William held his land in 
socage, rendering to the master and brethren of the Knights Templars in 
England 48«. yearly, and doing certain customs and works (specified), and 
suit of court. 

London. Inq. Thursday after the Purification, 56 Hen. III. 

The said William held that capital messuage in the parish of St. Mary 
Somersete which Sir John de Wy vill used to inhabit ; and now Orabilia his 
relict holds it by his bequest, together with 20«. rent from the prior and 
canons of Suwerk for tenements at Tymberhuth, and other small rents (extent 
given). 

C. Hen. III. FiU 41. (9.) 

797. Bobebt Pasbman of Kereby. 

Writy 4 Sept. Inq. Saturday after St. Michael, 56 Hen. III. held in the court of 
the view of frank pledge of the honour of Peverel. 
Bobert, his son, aged 21 at the feast of St. Margaret last, is his heir. 

Lbigbsteb [Kereby?]. 10 virgates land (extent given with names of tenants), 
including S virgates held by the abbot of Gerondon, and ^ virgate by the 
parson of Glenefeld, in alms, held of the king in chief by service of 
J knight's fee, and suit at the court of the honour of Peverel at Leicester. 

Oddeston. 2 virgates land, held of John Maunsel, by service of 
28. yearly. 

C. Hen. HI. File 41. (10.) 

798. Hbnby de Umpraunvill. 

Writ, 28 Dec. Inq. 19 Jan., 56 Hen. III. 

John de Unfranvile, his brother, aged 30 and more, is his heir. 

Devon. Toriton and Eelminton manors. A fifth part held of the king in chief 
by service of 3 knights' fees. 

Lapford and Dune manors, held of the earl of Gloucester by service of 
8 knights' fees. 

He also had a certain land called Langetrewe of the gift of the said earl, 
but whether he was enfeoffed for life only, or to him and his heirs is unknown to 
the jury. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 41. (11.) 

799. AvicB db Blaeefobd, late the wife of William de Ber&elbye, deceased. 

Writ, 28 June, 56 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) 

John de Blakeford, her son, aged 24, is her heir. 

Devon. Brauntune manor, held of the king in chief by serjeanty, doing service 
of 1 knight's fee. 

Bewes manor, held of Sir Henry de Traci by service of ^ knight's 
fee. 

Dunesford manor, held of Sir Geoffrey de Maundevil by service of ^ 
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Writ of ad plenum certiorari, 8 Aug,, 56 Hen. IH. Inq, (undated.) 

William de Berkeleye held no lands of his own inheritance, nor of purchase 
except the manor of Lyditune in co. Dorset, which he had only by exchange and 
by alienation to Sir Balph de Gorges of the inheritance of the said Avice against 
her will. He held the above-mentioned manors, of the inheritance of the said 
Avice, for many years, until against her will he alienated 20s. land in Brauntune 
manor to Heniy de Stanwee, 1 ferling land in Dunesford manor to the 
prior of St. Nicholas, Exeter, and the residue of the said manors and the 
whole land of Bewes, to Sir Balph de Gorges ; after whose death the sub-escheator 
took them into the king's hands and still holds them. All which alienations the 
said William made 11 years ago for the purpose of eloigning the inheritance 
from the right heirs of the said Avice. 

C. Hen. III. File 41. (12.) 



800. Pbteb db Bbus. 

Writ, 28 Sept. 56 Hen. IH. 

Agnes the wife of Walter de Faucunberge, Lucy the wife of Marmaduke de 
Twenge, Margaret the wife of Bobert de Bos of Werke, and Ladereyna the wife 

of John [de Bella Aqua] , are his 

heirs. 

[Wbstmorbland.] Inq. Thursday (fragment) 

Kirkeby in Eendale 

advowsons of churches, abbeys and priories 



[York.] Inq. (undated and very defective and faded). Seel ton 

. . . . of the king in chief for 15 knights' fees by ancient feoffment, 
and the town of Daneby with the forest for 1 fee of new feofl&nent . . . 

William Sturmy and his parceners 2 fees, Bobert de Laceles 

1 fee, William Mauleverer 1^ fee, John Mauleverer 1^ fee, Bobert Hyngeram 

rmg(?)Jfee, 

^ fee, Bobert de Butterwike 1 fee, the heir of Fossard 1 fee, Thomas (?) de 

Grimeston 1 fee, William de Boseles (?) 8 

6 bovates land in Jarum, Adam de Seton . . carucates land in the same 
by knight's service, the same Adam holds in Scelton ^ carucate in the same 

manner, John de Thocotes 2 carucates 

Bichard de Hoton 7 carucates in the same manner, 

Bobert Scarbode 1 carucate in the same manner, Bichard de Lackeneby 
^ carucate in the same manner, Bobert de Tuenge in the same 8 . . . . 

i fee, Anselm de Harpham 

1 carucate and 2 bovates in the same, whereof 8 carucates make a fee, 

Marmaduke de Tuenge 12 bovates in Thorp and Morsum 

, . . . Anselm de Harpham 

8^ carucates, whereof 8 make a fee, Beginald son of Peter 8 carucates in 
Cromer ; also Peter de Brus held 1 fee of the bishop of Durham (DumeV), 

and Sir Bobert de 

holds 1 fee and rendered yearly to P. de Brus 20«., of which he rendered 
19s. 4d. to William de Perci; also Peter de Brus held in Elmeland 2 fees of 

Henry de L . '. 

Maucovenaunt holds 1 fee, Bobert de Nevile 1 fee, William de Boivile 1 fee, 
Conan de Liverton J fee, the prior of Gisebum and William Humet and 

other free tenants ^ fee in Lothus, William de 

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266 INQUISITIONS. 

foreign service ; Matthew de Glaphou holds in the same of P. de Brus J carucate 

by knight's service, the heir of Merley holds 

and the same P. holds of 

the earl of Albemarle 

with all adjacent buildings outside the 

castle, a small park around the castle, the liberty of taking one skep of salt 
yearly from every salt pan (salina) in the marsh of Cotum, and 12«. from 
every boat on the shore {marina) of Redker, and thus the castle with its 
appurtenances aforewritten is worth 14{. yearly; and a fish pond at 
Scelton worth • . ; and [wreck of the sea ?J from Jarum to Renes- 
wike which cannot be extended ; the whole 14Z. 8«. Sd. 

Scelton borough, with the farm and pleas of court, and toll there and at 
Cotum and Cotum marsh for the berth {situ) of each ship landing there, 
excepting ships of the prior of Giseburn, and toll of Bedker, Mersk, Brocton 

Grenerig, demesne lands, 5 mills, 100 quarters 

of oats, &c., the whole worth 38Z. 2«. 4d. yearly. 

Scelton. 667a. arable and 84a. meadow in demesne, 21 bovates land in 
villenage, 16 J cottages, &c. (extent given with names of tenants), including 
the pasture of Holm held by William Capun, 6«. from dales {vaUes) towards 
the sea, and herbage, &c., in the Hay (Haya) with the great park and 
Hasdale, and in le Grene, the whole worth 29Z. 6«. 8d. yearly. 

Stanghou, pertaining to Scelton (extent given with names of tenants), 
including an assart called Eateriding. 

Morsum, pertaining to Scelton (extent given with names of tenants), 
the whole worth 114*. 3d. 

Grenerig, pertaining to Scelton (extent given with names of tenants). 

Mersk (extent given with names of tenants), including a pasture called 

Dunesdal i carucate land and 8 assarts called 

Pyleflat, Wudeflat and Cornegreve, with 12a. land in Uplithum. 

Brocton (extent given with names of tenants), including a piece of 
wood in Cam . « . . 

Scinergreve (extent given), including 3 assarts in Playgrive, fisheries, 

10«. for each boat there Scelton, worth 30«. 

The whole worth 1101. 6s. 6d. 

Langebergh wapentake, held by chajrter of king . Henry to farm, 
rendering 40 marks yearly at the exchequer of London. 

The priory of Giseburn has all the churches in the barony to its own 
uses and the advowson in frank almoin. 

The abbot of Wyteby has the church of Middelburg, with a moiety of 
the same town in frank almoin. 

No extent has been made of courts baron, because suit is not due nor 
accustomed from any free tenants throughout the barony. 

Danebi (extent given with names of tenants) including 4«. from the 
shepherds of the prior of Giseburn for pasture for their own cattle, worth 
37L 14«. Id. 

Lelum (extent given with names of tenants), including herbage of the 
forest of Heckedale, and the quarry of Clitherbec, worth 27i. 7«. Id. 

Freemen in the forest (extent given with names of tenants), worth 
101. 128. 

Jarum pertaining to Scelton (extent given with names of tenants) 
including the service of Eobert de Muncheus given to the prior of Park in 

frank almoin, and held by the nuns of Handale ; all the 

lands there are alienated from the demesne ; worth 191. Ids. 8d. 

Kirkebrun (extent given), worth 56Z. 18«. 6d. 



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Estbrnnne (extent given), worth 52Z. 28. 

Sutbrunne (extent given), worth 52Z. IBs. 2d., Adam de Seton holding 
2 caracates land by foreign service. 
All these townships of Brunn are held of the king in chief. 

Tibethorp (extent given), worth 55Z. 6«. 8d. 

Tipetoft township is of the fee of Bros. 

Earleton in Balne (extent given with names of tenants), including land 
in Fortker. 

Thorp de Arches (extent given with names of tenants), including 
herbage in the park of Walton, worth 80i. Os. lOd. 

The part of Sir Robert de Bos and Margaret his wife (undated). 

[Westmoreland and Yobk.] Kirkeby in Kendal castle, with the whole of 
Eendal which pertained to Sir Peter de Brus, excepting the dale of Eentemere, 
which is assigned to Sir John de Bella Aqua and La Dereyne his wife, and 
with the advowson of the priory of Konigesheved, and ^ of wreck in 
the sea in Gliveland, viz. — from Benneswys as far as Jarum. 

The part of John de Bella Aqua and La Dereyne his wife (undated). 

[York and Westmoreland.] Earleton in Baune manor, with the marriage of 
La Dereyne, wife of Sir John de Belewe. 

Thorpe de Arches and Waleton manor, with the park, rents, &c. 
Tibetorp manor. 

Suthbrume and Estbrume, certain lands, &c. 
Eentemere dale in Eendal. 
The advowson of Moneketon priory, and J of wreck in Gliveland as 
above. 

Together with all lands, (be. assigned to the other sisters and heirs of the 
said Peter in marriage and returned into the king's hands, to be parted between 
them as is the custom in the realm. 

The part of Marmaduke de Tueng and Lucy his wife (undated). 

[York.] Daneby manor with the forest. 

Lelhom and Wolvedale. 

Manselinges with the farm of Thomas de Wolvedale. 

Brocton manor and Skinergrive, and the boats of Skinergrive, rents, &c. 

Jarum with the rents and fishery. 

Great Morsom, with rents, &c. of freemen and others. 

The forest of the chace of the dales, viz. — Swindale and Le Havenes 
and other dales as the high way extends from Lardethorn to Scelton 
hj Skaytebec, between Eaterig and Stangho, and so as far as the wood of 
Liverton. 

Eirkebrun manor and Suthbrune with the mills, &c. excepting lands 
and rents assigned to John de Bella Aqua and La dereyne his wife. 
A fourth part of wreck of sea, as above, with moieties of the advowson 
of Gisebum priory, and of the bsdliwick of Langeberewe. 

Memorandum. On the first vacation the prior will be presented by Sir Walter 
de Pacunberg or his heirs, and on the next by Sir Marmaduke, and so 
on alternately to the end of the world. 

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[York.] Scelton castle with the park around it, and the profits of the boats of 
Cotum and Bideker, with the demesnes of Scelton, meadows and dales, and 
with rents of Scelton town, and mills. 

Mersk manor, Rideker and Plyom. 

Stangho and Grenerig. 

Scelton forest, with the hay and the great park. 

Hasdale. 

Westwyc chace, with the forest, as the high way extends between 
Stangho and Eadriding, and so to Lardegate and by Sketebek to Larthorn, 
and so to the bounds of Daneby forest and so to Golemandale. All the 
chaces within these boundaries, viz. — Locwyt, Wornelsco, Hardale and 
Hache, and the herbage of La Grene and Le Dynant. 

The whole of Estbroune, excepting the lands assigned to Sir John de 
Bella Aqua and La Dereine his wife. 

A fourth part of wreck of the sea, as above. 

Moieties of the advowson of Gisebum priory and of the bailiwick of 

Langeberewe. 

Memorandum. Concerning the advowson of Giseburn priory, as above. 

Endorsed : — 

It is agreed between the said co-heirs that all the lands, &c. shall be 
re-extended, and anyone who has had more than his reasonable portion assigned 
shall (give) to him that has less, according to the judgment of 4 knights or 
others thereto elected ; and this each of the heirs has acknowledged in the king's 
chancery, and granted. And if anyone shall presume to go against this, the lands 
shall again be re-extended by the king, who shall supply the defect as shall be 
just. In the same manner it is agreed concerning the fees pertaining to the 
inheritance. Saving to the said Marmaduke and Lucy, and to the townships, 
common of pasture for cattle and beasts as the said P. and the townships have 
been accustomed to have. 

Writ of scire facias, dec. 20 April, 2 Edw. I. 

Whereas John de Beygate, the late escheator, was commanded to cause the 
heirs of Peter de Brus to have seisin of their pourparties of his inheritance, 
according to the partition lately made in the king's court ; but the knights' fees 
have not yet been parted, and the co-heirs of John de Bella Aqua and Laderina 
his wife have intruded upon those fees without partition. The escheator is to 
take into the king's hands all the said knights' fees and to warn the heirs to come 
before the king on the octave of St. John the Baptist next, to receive their 
pourparties according to the partition to be made in the king's court. [See Bot. 
Fin. 66 Hen. III. m. 4 alias 3.] 

C. lien. ILL File 41. (18.) 

801. Henbt le Forcer alias de Linley. 
Writ, 25 Oct. 56 Hen. III. 

He died on Thursday after St. Michael, 56 Hen. VI. William le Forcer his 
son, aged 16 on the said feast, is his heir. 

Lbicbstbb. Inq. Thursday before Epiphany, 1 Edw. I. 

Ayliston. 4J virgates land, held of Sir William de Harecurt and his 
heirs by service of being their pantler, and he enfeoffed William Iring 
thereof three years before he died. The wardship of the lands he held of the 
priory of Wenlok pertains to the king, for the priory was vacant when he died, 
and when the king granted the custody of the priory to the subprior and 
convent he retained the wardships, &c. pertaining to the priory to his own 
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Salop. Inq. Monday after 1 Edward I. {defective). 

Brocthon. J virgate land was held by the said Henry de * Linley of 
the king in chief, which a certain freeman held of him doing service 
for him at the castle of Salopsb[uri] , viz. — one yeoman on foot with a lance 

for 40 days at the cost of the tenant, which tenement and all his right therein the 

said Henry sold to Sir Robert Burnel long before his death. 

Linley. A moiety (extent given), held of the prior of Wanloc in chief 
in socage, owing suit at the court of Wanloc. 

Northil in Astley manor. An assart containing 4a. held of the abbot 
of Salopsb[uri] in chief ; a messuage and 6a. held by N. le Forcer of the said 
Henry for 6«. rendered to the said abbot ; a messuage and 6a. held by 
W. Pykart for 14«. ; a messuage and 15a. freely held by Richard Albin for 
2«. ; . . . virgates land freely held by Sibyl, daughter of H. son of Tyrry 
dwelling at Appeley ferry {transsitum) in the said manor, for 4«. ; and pleas and 
perquisities at Northill, &c. ; for all which he rendered 8«. yearly to the said 
abbot, and 12d. to the lords of Farnlowe, and he owed suit at Astley court. 

Memorandum. Burga late his wife, who sues for his heir, acknowledges that the 
said Henry owed to Sir Walter de Merton suit at the prior's court, and to 
Roger Cancellarius the service of cutting up his food before the said prior 
on the feast of St. Milberge. 

Writ of ad plenum certiorari, 10 Feb. 1 Edw. I. on the petition of Burgea late 
the wife of the said Henry, for the wardship of his heir and lands, as held in 
socage. 

Leicester. Inq. Thursday before the Invention of the Holy Cross, 1 Edw. I. 

Ayliston. 4J virgates land and a messuage, held of Richard father of 
William le Harechurt by service of going into Wales for 40 days at his own 
cost and being pantler there and butler to his lord. The jury know not 
whether he held anything of the priory of Wenlok or not. He held nothing 
of the king that they know of, nor had any of the king's predecessors the 
wardship of his lands, nor did he ever alienate any lands without the king's 
licence. 

[Salop.] Inq. Sunday when * quasi modo geniti ' is sung, 1 Edw. I. (defective). 

liinleje. A moiety of the town held of the prior of Wanlok by socage 
as abovesaid. 

Nortkley. A tenement, held of the abbot of Salopsb[uri] in socage 
by 8$. yearly and suit at his court at Astley. He never owed service of 
cutting up the food of the prior of Wanloc on the day of St. Milburge. 

Brocton town. J virgate land, held of the king of the barony of 
Monte Gomeri by service of finding one footman with a lance for 8 days at 
his own cost in time of war ; which land (the said) Henry sold to Sir Robert 
Burnel, who now has the wardship of that barony. He held nothing 
by which the wardship of his heir or tenements ought to pertain to the king 
or anyone else. 

[Salop.] Inq. Thursday before the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 
1 Edw. I. 

Linleye within the Liberty of St. Milburge. A messuage and 1 carucate 
land (extent given), whence 9«. are due to the heirs of Philip de Farlowe 
yearly, held of the priory of Wenlok by socage, doing homage and suit of 
court only ; and the libertjr of St. Milburge is such that the prior shall not 
have the wardship or marnage of the heirs of the tenants holding by 
2:e. 

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802. John Gravenel alias Gbavenal. 

Writj 15 Jan. Extent, Sunday before the Purification, 56 Hen. III. (defective.) 
Richard, his son, aged 14, is his heir. 

Kent. [Gravenal] manor (extent given), (held of the king in chief by reason of 
the custody of the archbishopric of Canterbury), service unspecified, out of 
which he ought to pay yearly to the monks of Christchurch at mid Lent 
20^. ; also 20a. held of the abbot of Faversham, and 18a. held in small 
parcels of other lords in barony. 

a Hen. III. FUe 41. (15.) 

803. John Gbul. 

Writ, 6 Nov. Extent, The feast of St. Martin, 56 Hen. III. 
No heir specified. 

[Kent?] (Unspecified.) 44a. socage and 6a. underwood (?) {hroc'), held of 
the king in chief by reason of the custody of the archbishopric of 
Canterbury, which is vacant, doing rent and service worth 47*. 5Jd. yearly ; 
66a. socage, held of the house of Lhedes, St. Gregory, Sir Roger de 
Leyburne, Chilton and many others, doing rent and services worth 
6Z. 128. 1^. yearly ; and lis. rent of assize and 18 hens pertain to the said 
lands, &c. The sum of the extent exceeds the said services and customs by 
788. 6d., whereof a moiety ought to pertain to the wife of the said John and 
the other moiety to his heir. 

C. Hen. III. FU^s 41. (16.) 

804. Hugh de Balliolo. 

Wiit {missing). Inq. Sunday before St. Gregory, 56 Hen. III. 

Alexander de Balliolo, his brother, is his heir and of full age and more. 

[Northumberland.] Bywell manor, with Crombeclyve, Oyynton and other 
townships of Bywell, and the manor of Wodhorn, Newbigging, Seton and 
Hurst, held of the king in chief by rendering 5 marks and 6d. yearly for the 
guard of the castle of Newcastle on Tyne, and going in the king's army with 
two knights at his own charges for 40 days, and afterwards at the king's 
charges. 

Bywell (extent given), and there were 2 water mills fixed on the Tyne 
which were carried away by the water. 

Crombeclyve (extent given). 

Ovynton township (extent given). 

Akum township (extent given), with 1 mark from a pasture demised to 
the township of Welteden to farm for ever. 

Bromley (extent given). 

Eltringham, held in drengage by Adam de Eltringham, who pays 
Sis. 4d. yearly. 

Mickeley (extent given), the lord of which was in the wardship of 
Hugh de Balliolo. 

Heley, held by the preceptor of Thorenton, who pays 2s. yearly. 

Falderley, held by 2 free tenants, who pay 6s. yearly and do suit at 
Bywell court. 

Mynstanacres and Heseliherst, held by Robert de Rue, Adam Waryn 
and Emma the widow of Craucrok. 

[Fayrhill and Mora.] Elias de Fayrhill and Thomas de Mora hold that 
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Backeworth (extent given) (held) in bondage. 

Bromycrok (extent given) (held) in bondage. 

Brotherseth used to be in bondage but now lies entirely waste. 

Espersheles (extent given) (held) in bondage, 

Whyttonstall and Newland (extent given). 

Wodhorn (extent given). 

Neubigging (extent given). 

Seton (extent given), (held) in drer^age. 

Hirst. A moiety now in wardship. 

Est Neuton, held by Eobert de Insula by service of 1 knight's fee, 9s. 
rent, 3«. 4d. for the guard of the castle of Newcastle on Tyne, and suit of court. 

Heddon, held by John de Heddon by service of ^ knight's fee, J mark 
for the said guard, and suit of court. 

Ryhill, held by Peter de Faudon and Robert de Boteland by service 
of 1 knight's fee, 1 mark for the said guard, and suit of court. 

Dalton, held by William de Dalton by service of 1 knight's fee, and 
1 mark for the said guard. 

Bechefeld, held by Roger Bertram by service of J knight's fee, J mark 
for the said guard, and suit of court. 

[Ovynton.] 1 carucate land held by Philip de Ovynton by service of 
j^ knight's fee, 13Jd. for the said guard, and suit of court. 

[Stokesfeld.] As much land held by Gilbert de Stokesfeld by the 
same service. 

Ryddeley, held by Robert de Meynevill by service of J knight's fee, 
i (mark ?) for the said guard, and suit of court. 

Bromley. 46a. land held by Walter de Bromley by service of ^ knight's 
fee, lis. 6d. for the said guard, and suit at the court of Bywell as all the 
others do. 

Newcastle upon Tyne. 8 burgagers who hold of the fee of Bailloil and 
pay 10«. for the said guard. 

These lands are in the custody of Guiscard de Charron and William de 
Kyrketon by the king's command. {See Nob. 691 and 773.) 

C. Hen. III. File 41. (17.) 

805. WniLiAM DB Malevill alids de Malbvilb. 

Writ to the guardian of the archbishopric of Canterbury, 30 Aug. Extent, The 

morrow of St. Matthew, 56 Hen. III. 

John, his son, aged 16 in April last, is his heir. 

[Kent] . Haltested and Cudenum. i knight's fee held of the archbishopric; and 
1 yoke of gavelkind land in Godingeston, similarly held by divers services 
paid for him by the tenants to Otteford court ; certain gavelkind land called 
Neweland, similarly held by service of 4«. ; a mill in Godingstone, similarly 
held by service of Qs. ; 30a. gavelkind land, held of Sir Hamon de Vyelestone 
by service of 2«. 6d. ; 20a. gavelkind land, held of Richard de Kingesdun by 
service of As. Id. ; 9a. gavelkind meadow, held of Martin de Geppeham and 
his partners by service of 2s. 9d., and 8a. land and 2a. meadow, held of the 
same by service of 15d. ; 2a. land and la. wood, held of the heirs of Alexander 
ate Hoke by service of 6d. ; and certain gavelkind land before the gate of 
Haltestede manor, held of the heirs of Geoffirey Hunte by service of Id. ; all 
pertaining to Haltestede manor. 

Crofton manor, held of Lady Lora de Hortone by service of J knight's 
fee ; and | knight's fee, held of the said Lora in the same town. 

Little Orpintone. J knight's fee, held of Sir John de Rokesle. 

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806. Henrt de Baohton alias db Bauhton. 

Writ, 11 May. Inq. Saturday after St. Dunstan, 56 Hen. III. 
Simon his son is his heir and of full age. 

Cumberland. [Rauhton ?] 6a. land held of the king in chief in serjeanty of 
keeping the eyries of the king's goshawks, and rendering 3s. yearly ; 4a. of 
the same serjeanty held of the bishop of Carlisle rendering 14d. yearly ; 
and 10a. and 3 roods of purpresture held of the king rendering 6s. 2d. at 
the king's exchequer yearly ; and he had poor cottar tenants rendering 20$. 



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807. Philip Basset. 

Writ, 6 Nov. 56 Hen. III. 

He died on the morrow of SS. Simon and Jude last. 

Aline his daughter, wife of Boger Bygod earl of Norfolk, marshal of 
England, late the wife of Sir Hugh le Despensir, age variously stated as 22 and 
more, 24 and more, 26, and 80 and more, is his heir. Or the said Boger Bygod 
is the heir by reason of his wife. 

Surrey. Inq. {undated and defaced.) 

Wocking manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of 

rendering yearly of gloves furred with grey at 

the king's exchequer. 

Cambridge. Inq. Monday after St. Martin, 56 Hen. III. 

Oxecroft manor in Balesham parish (extent given), held of Sir Gilbert 
Peche by service of one knight, 10«. for the guard of Bichemunt (castle), and 
18d. to sheriffs' aid ; excepting 14 Ja. arable held of William le Myre render- 
ing 4d. yearly, and la. arable of William Gileberd rendering 4d. yearly. 
Chattels were found in the manor to the value of 20Z. 13«. 4d. 

Wilts. Extent Wednesday after St. Edmund the Confessor, 56 Hen. IH. 

Cumpton Basset manor in the hundred of Calne (extent given), held of 
the king of Almain by (service of) 1 knight's fee. 

Berewyk manor (extent given), held of the king for 1 sparrowhawk 
yearly to be paid at the king's exchequer. 

Wilts. Extent, Thursday after St. Edmund the Confessor, 56 Hen. III. 

Wotton Basset free manor (extent given), held with its members of the 
king of Almain by reason of the honour of Wallingford by knight's service. 
Brodeton manor (extent given), similarly held of the king of Almain. 

Oxford. Extent, Sunday after St. Martin, 56 Hen. III. 

Kertlinton manor, held of the king in chief by service of J knight's fee. 

Elsefeld manor, held, in exchange for a manor of Walter de Morton 
called Ledred in Soserey (sic), of William de Straford in chief by service 
of 1 knight. 

Karsinton manor, held in exchange from Sir William de Monte Acute 
for a manor called Surleber (sic) in Somerset. 

Southampton. Inq. Monday after St. Martin, 56 Hen. III. 

Mapelderwelle manor. lOZ. land, held by service of i knight's fee, of 
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Essex. Extent and Inq. Saturday after St. Katherine, 56 Hen. III. 

Lammers manor in the hundred of Hengeford (extent given), held of 
Sir Eobert de Bruys in chief by service of J knight's fee. 

Essex. Extent and Inq. The day of St. Andrew, 56 Hen. III. 

Toleshunte manor (extent given), including a marsh and park, held of 
the king in chief of the honour of Boulogne by service of 1 'knight's fee. 

Leyre. Land, held in part of the bishop of London and in part of 
Clement de Rysing, service unknown. 

Suffolk. Inq, Friday before St. Andrew, 56 Hen. III. 

Ewstone manor (extent given), including a watermill with fishery, 
held of Sir Gilbert Pech in chief by service of J mark towards a scutage 
of 40«, 

Suffolk. Inq. Wednesday the feast of St. Katherine, 56 Hen. III. 

Kers[eie] manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of 1 
pair of gilt spurs price 6d. yearly ; and the prioress of Chateris takes 101. 
yearly there, and the prior of Canterbury Sd. 

Buckingham. Inq. The eve of St. Edmund the King, 56 Hen. III. 

Clinton Aston manor (extent given), held in exchange from Sir William 
Muntagu for the life of the said Philip and of Lady Ella his wife ; the said 
Philip died on the morrow of SS. Simon and Jude last, and Simon son of 
the said Sir William, aged 13 at Whitsunday next, is the heir after the 
death of the said Ella. 

Essex. Extent and Inq. Friday after St. Katherine, 56 Hen. III. 

Wyk[es] manor in the hundred of Tendring (extent given), held, by 
the courtesy of England, of the inheritance of Helewisa his wife, in chief 
of Sir Matthew de Luviayn alias Luvayn by service of 20s. yearly. 

Cambkidoe. Inq. Tuesday after St. Martin, 56 Hen. III. 

Saham manor (extent given), held of Sir John de Burgo, service 
unknown ; also 15a. arable, held of Lady Basilea de Saham by service of J 
mark; 10a. meadow, of Luke the chaplain; 22a. arable, J of a water mill, and 
J of a weir of Eobert and Cecily le Mundford, by service of 2s.; and 7a. arable 
and 3a. meadow, of John son of Eeginald ; 8a. arable and 10a. meadow and 
a fishery, of Eobert le Wariner ; and J of a mill and J of a weir in the mere, 
of Lady Maud Heyloc ; services unspecified. 
The chattels found in the manor were worth 42i. 3s. 4d. 

C. Hen. III. File 41. (20.) 

808. BiCHABD KINO OF AlMAIN. 

Mandate from the king's escheator to the subescheator in cos. Oxford and Berks, 
reciting writ dated 5 April, 56 Hen. III. 
Sir Edmund, his son, aged 22 on the day of St. Stephen last, is his heir. 

Berks. Extent, Friday before Palm Sunday, 56 Hen. III. 

Walingford borough, with the advowsons of the churches of All Saints, 
St. Peter and St. Michael, held of the king of England in chief, service 
unspecified. 

Bbrks. Extent, Thursday before Palm Sunday, 56 Hen. III. 

Arewelle manor with the advowson (extent given), held of the bishop of 
Winchester in chief by 1 knight's fee, rendering nothing except scutage when 
it runs, and then to the bishop. 

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Oxford. Extent, Friday before Palm Sunday, 56 Hen. HI. 

Bensindon manor, with 4J hmidreds and the advowson of the church of 
Henele which pertain to the said manor, held in chief of the gift of the king 
of England. 

Walingford castle with the honour, with 2 mills, held of the king of 
England by service of 3 knights, and 120J knights' fees pertain to the said 
castle and honour. 

Oxford. Extent, Tuesday before Palm Sunday, 56 Hen. III. 

Erdinton manor (extent given), held of the bishop of Lincoln in chief 
by service of 2 knights, but he owed nothing to him but scutage when it runs. 

Esthalle hamlet (extent given), held of the king of England by service 
of J knight's fee ; and Estallingeleye, a hamlet of Esthalle, was held by 
the abbot of Butlisden of the said king of Almain for J knight's fee. 

Oxford. Extent, The eve of Palm Sunday, 56 Hen. III. 

Watlington manor (extent given), held of the king of England in chief 
by service of 1 knight and scutage when it runs. 

Witham, Croultone, and Losmere were held of the said king of Almain 
by service of 2 knights. 

Oxford. Extent, Monday, the morrow of Palm Sunday, 56 Hen. IH. 

Henele manor with the advowson of the church (extent given), held of 

the king of England in chief by free marriage. 

Endorsed, This is the Inquisition made of the honour of Walery and of the 
borough of Walingforth, and of the 4 J hundreds of Bunsinton and Henele. 

Oxford. Extent, Wednesday before Palm Sunday, 56 Hen. HI. 

Beckele manor with the advowson (extent given), held, with Ambresdone, 
Blakethurne alias Blakehurne, and Willarston, by barony of the honour of 
St. Valery. 

Orton (extent given). 

Ambredone manor and Blakehurne, with the advowson of Ambredone 
church (extent given). 

Willarston manor, with the advowson of Mixebury church (extent 
given). 

Combe. 1 knight's fee, held by Simon de Sancto Licio. 

Norton. 7 knights' fees, held by William le Brun and Robert de 
Fretevelle. 

Horspahe, held by the Templars at fee farm, rendering 9i. yearly. 

Norhoseneye manor, of the honour of St. Valery, 59«. 4<i. rent of assize. 

Buckingham. Inq. and Extent, Thursday before Palm Sunday, 56 Hen. HI. 

Risseberg manor with the park (extent given), held of the king in chief 
by service of 1 knight's fee. 

Buckingham. Inq. and Extent Friday before Palm Sunday, 56 Hen. III. 

Scipinham alias Scpinpinham manor with the park and the advowson 
of the chapel (extent given), held of the abbot of Westminster and others. 

Mandate, &c. to the subescheator in cos. Essex and Hertford, reciting writ dated 
5 April, 56 Hen. III. 

Essex. Extent and Inq. Friday before St. Mark, 56 Hen. III. 

Neuport manor (extent given), including 2 watermills and a fishpond, 
held of the king in chief, service unknown. The dean of St. Martin le Grand 
(3/a/7;??/s), London, has always the church to bis own uses, but the advowson 
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Hbbtford. Inq. and^xtent, 56 Hen. IH. 

Bercam [sted] borough (extent given), held, with Hemelhamsted, of the 
king in chief by knight's service ; and 6J knights' fees are held in the county 
of the honour of Bercam [sted] . 

Hemelhamsted with the advowson (extent given). 

C, Hen. IIL FUe 42. (1.) 



809. Henky Engayne alias den Gayne alias be Engayn. 

Writ, 31 Jan. 56 Hen. III. 

John en Gayne alias den Gayne his brother, age variously stated as 40 and 
more, and 44 and more, is his hen:. 

Northampton. Inq. Saturday after the Purification, 56 Hen. III. 

Laxton, held of the king in chief by serjeanty of chasing the wolf with 
his dogs through four counties. 

Pittesle. (Land) worth lOZ. held of the king in chief by the aforesaid 
service. 

Bolewyk. 5 virgates land, held of the king in chief by hauberk fee. 

Blatherwyk manor, held of Eichard Basset in chief by hauberk fee. 

Suffolk. Inq. Sunday the feast of St. Valentine, 56 Hen. III. 

Badmundesfeld manor (extent given), held of the king in chief without 
service, because King Henry, son of King William the bastard, gave the 
manor to Baldwin de Buleres in free marriage with Sibyl de Faleyse. 

Huntingdon. Inq. Monday after St. Agatha, 56 Hen. III. 

Great Gidding. 80a. land in demesne, 8 virgates in villenage containing 
24a. each, 2 marks rent, and a mill, held of the king in chief by service of 
chasing the wolf, fox, hare, and cat. 

Cambridgb. Inq. Tuesday after the Purification, 56 (Hen. III.). 

Kotis manor with the advowson of the chapel (extent given), held of 
Ingram {Ilinger') de Fenis of the honour of Boulogne for J knight's fee. 

Essex. Extent and Inq. The morrow of St. Valentine 56 (Hen. III.). 

White Notheleg manor in the hundred of Wyham (extent given), held of 
the earl Marshal by service of 59s. 6d. yearly. 

Hertford. Extent and Inq. Wednesday after St. Valentine, 56 (Hen. III.). 

Honesdon manor in the hundred of Brackyng (extent given), held of the 
earl of ^Hereford, rendering J mark yearly. 

Huntingdon. Inq. Tuesday after the Purification, 56 Hen. III. 

DiUntone manor (extent given), with parks called Litlehey and Est- 
park, and a foreign wood called Westwode, held of the abbot of Eameseye 
in chief for 5 hides land, for which he does two suits yearly at the abbot's 
court of Brouton, and answers for them for foreign (service) to the abbot. 

Perye. 100a. arable, 2a. meadow and 15s. rent, held for 1 hide land 
of Roger de Lovetot, answering for foreign (service) for the same. 

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810. John de Grey alias le Grey. 

Writ, 5 Jan. 56 Hen. HI. 

Henry his son, age variously stated as 14 in next Lent, 14 at the feast of 
All Saints last, 15 in next Lent, 15, and 17 at the feast of St. Edmund the King 
and Martyr last, is his heir. 

York. Inq. Sunday before the Purification, 56 Hen. III. 

Barton (extent given), held of the king in chief by doing foreign 
(service). One Thomas de Codenore came to Barton bringing Sir John de 
Grey's writ and took seisin and fealty to the use of Joan daughter of the said 
John, aged 16 ; but because this was after the date of the king's writ, the 
escheator took the land into the king's hands. 

Nottingham. Inq. (undated.) 

Tofneton manor, with the advowson of the church of Adingburi (extent 
given), held of the honour of Peverel, which is the king's escheat, by service 
of going with the king in his army, as pertains to 1 knight's fee. 

Estsweit township. 2 parts of J carucate land, a toft where was in old 
time the capital messuage of the fee, \ mill, and the advowson of the church, 
tenure unspecified ; and J carucate land held by Eobert de Kinmarley oi 
the fee of Codenower, rendering J mark yearly and suit at the court of 
Codenowe. 

Writ, 25 Jan. 56 Hen. III. 

Mandate from the king's escheator to the subescheator in co. Southampton, 
reciting writ of ad plenum certiorari, dated 3 Feb. on the complaint of Lucy 
late the wife of the said John that the escheator had taken into the king's 
hand the manor of Upton of which she was jointly enfeoffed with the said 
John. 

Southampton. Inq. Sunday after the Octave of the Purification, 56 Hen. HI. 
Upton manor, held, by purchase from William de Arundel, of John de 
Sancto Johanne by service of 1 knight's fee. 

Tonewurthe manor with the advowson, held, of the marriage of his wife, 
of the said John de Sancto Johanne by service of 1 knight's fee. 

Writ, 25 Jan. 56 Hen. IH. 

Norfolk. Inq, Thursday before St. Valentine, 56 Hen. III. 

Schiringham manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by service 
of 12d. at the king's manor of Aylisham. 

Essex. Extent and Inq. Friday the feast of St. Agatha, 56 Hen. IH. 

Thurrock manor in the hundred of Chafford (extent given), held of the 
earl of Fereres by J knight's fee. 

Writ, 25 Jan. 56 Hen. III. 

Kent. Extent, The morrow of the Purification, 56 Hen. III. 

Eyllesford. 1 knight's fee (extent given), held of the king in chief 
by doing as pertains to the shield. The church was bestowed by the 
said John's ancestors upon the master and brethren of Strode. 

Kent. Extent, The morrow of the Purification, 56 Hen. III. 

Ho manor, with the advowsons of the churches of Halesto and Ho St. 
Mary (extent given), held of the king in chief by J knight's fee, doing as 
pertains to the shield. And John de Cobeham held of him i^V knight's fee, 
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Writ, 26 Jan. 66 Hen. III. 

Nottingham. Inq. The morrow of St. Valentine, 56 Hen. III. 

Kadeclyve manor (extent given), held by barony pertaining to Tottenton 
which is held of the king in chief. The advowson of the church pertains to 
Awis de Eynecurt. 

Leicester. Inq. Saturday before St. Valentine, 36 Hen. III. 

Evynton manor (extent given), including 11a. 8d. rent from 2 villeins of 
Humberston, held by barony of the honour of Leicester for SJ knights' fees. 
The advowson of the church pertains to the abbot of Leicester. 

Writ, 25 Jan. Liq. The morrow of the octave of the Purification, 56 Hen. III. 

Northampton. Neubotil manor (extent given), held by barony of the honour of 
Leicester by service of 2 knights' fees* The advowson of the church 
pertains to the prior of Dunstaple. 

Derby. Inq, {undated and defective.) 

[Codenower] manor (extent given), including 2 parks, 2 mills, the 
advowson of Henower &c., held of the honour of Peverel of the king's ancient 
escheat by service of going with the king in his army as pertains to i knight's 
fee. 

Henower, held by Nicholas de Henower for 1 knight's fee, 2«. to 
Codenower manor and suit at Codenower court. 

Scirlund, held by Eeginald de Grey of the honour of Codenower, service 
unknown. 

Normanton, held by Ranulf le Pouer for 1 knight's fee of the said 
honour, and suit of court at Codenower. 

Beley in the Peak, held by Margery de Beley for 1 knight's fee for 
foreign service. 

Eslessbecke in the Peak, held by Robert de Stredley for J knight's fee 
for foreign service. 

C. Hen. III. File 42. (3.) 



811. Helewisa de Levynton, late the wife of Eustace de Balliolo alias 
DB Baylloll. 

Writ, 1 Oct. 56 Hen. III. 

Thomas, son of Thomas de Multon of Gilleslond, is her heir, and of full age. 

Westmoreland. Inq. Monday after St. Edmund the King, 57 Hen. III. 

Hoffe. A moiety of the manor (extent given), held of the heirs of 
Robert de Veteri Ponte. 

Cumberland. Inq. Wednesday before St. Katherine, 57 Hen. III. 

Levington manor (extent given), including lands, &c. in Levinholme, 
Westcudbrytteby, Hedrisford and Honchal with the advowson of the church. 

Skelton manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church. 

Kirkamdres. 12 bovates and 2 parts of 2 bovates land. 

Glassanby and Gamelesby. 65^^, land in demesne, a meadow, 
51 bovates land, 85s. 3^d. from cottars, 2 mills, and a moiety of the 
advowson of the church of Glassanby. 

Staflfol with Blundelfel. Certain lands, worth 46s. M. yearly. 

Ayketon manor with lands, &c. in Gamelesby (extent given), with a 
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Burgh. 8a. in demesne, 60a. herbage, a little meadow, 16 bovates land, 
14a. from cottars, a fishery worth 81. 8«., 56s. lid. from free tenants, and 
a moiety of a mill. 

Bothecaster. Land worth 5 marks yearly. 

Kyrcoswald. Capital messuage, lands, &c. with the advowson of the 
church (extent given), including herbage at Rawenholme. 

Laysingby. 15a. in demesne, 11a. meadow, 16 bovates land, 4«. rent, 
and a mill. 

Levington, Scelton and Kircandres. Two parts held by the said 
Helewisa of the king in chief by barony doing suit at Cumberland county 
(court), and the third part by Robert de Paveley through his wife in dower : 
the whole barony renders 79«. yearly to the king's cornage. 

A moiety of Gamelisby and Glassanby in another barony, held of the 
king in chief by 9s. lOcL cornage. 

Ayketon manor, a moiety of Burgh on Sands and a moiety of Kircoswald 
and Laysingby were held of the king in chief for half a barony, doing suit 
at Cumberland county (court), and rendering 40s. Qd. cornage. 
The land of Bothecaster was held of the barony of Burgh, and not of the king. 
The land of Staflfol and Blundelfeld was held of Thomas de Beuchampe 
and John de Staffol. 

Of the barony of Levington, Skelton and Kirkandres, a moiety of Gamelisby 

and Glassanby, and the land of Buthcaster, Staffol the 

heirs of Euphemia de Kirkebrid, Isabel de Twynham, Agnes de Corri, Margery 
de Hampton, Juliana de Carrig, and Eva de Sutheayt, aunts of the said . . . 
. . . are next heirs of the same Helewisa, late the wife of Sir Eustace de 

BaylloU, but all remain in Scotland, except Robert de Hampton 

. . . son and heir of Margery de Hampton, of full age, and Richard de Kirke- 
brid, heir of Euphemia de Kirkebrid, who is not of full age : 

the heirs in Scotland are of full age. 

Thomas, son of Thomas de Multon of Gillesland, is the heir of Ayketon, and 
of moieties of the towns of Burgh on Sands, Kircoswald and Laysingby, viz. — 
of a moiety of a barony, and is of full age. 

C. Hen. III. File 42. (4.) 

812. John son of Alan. 
Writ (missing). 

He died on Friday before the Annunciation, 56 Hen. III. 

Richard son of John of Alan, aged 5 on the day of St. Blaise in the same 
year, is his heir. 

[Sussex.] Exteiit, The vigil of Trinity, 56 Hen. III. 

Arundel borough (extent given), including the pleas and pannage of the 
park and the forest of Roeir, a fishery in the weir and water, market toll, 
and the collations of the chapels in the castle and of St. James for the 
Lepers. 
The church is held by the prior and convent of Arundel to their own uses. 

[Sussex.] Extent, Sunday before St. John the Baptist, 56 Hen. HI. 

Avesford hundred (extent given). 

Paling hundred (extent given). 

Sengelton hundred (extent given). 

Boxe and Stocbrugge hundred (extent given). 
The a])bot of Feskham used to give 40«. rent of assize for the manors which 
he holds within the liberty of Arundel, throughout the time of the said John's 
father, but there was an agreement about the 40s. between the abbot and this 
John, who was never in seisin thereof. 



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HENBY III. 279 

Southampton. Olethorne hundred (extent given), pertaining to the honour of 
Arundel. 

[SusBHX.] Arundel castle, with the honour, held for J of a barony, and the 
following fees were held of it, viz. — 3 fees by Franco de Boun, doing suit 
at Arundel court, and guarding the castle in time of war for 40 days at his 
own charges. 
22 fees held by Henry de Percy by the same service. 

[SuBSBX.] Extent {undated). 

Westden manor (extent given), including a windmill called Chussehar', 
whereof the said John's mother has a third part in dower. 

Sengelton manor (extent given), including the pasture of Dunlee and 
Westholt, 4:8, 2d. service of *foresposmen,' and the advowson of the vicarage. 

Cherleton manor (extent given), including 28. custom of a *fores- 
posman,' and the pleas, perquisities, and pannage of the forest of Esteden. 

Cycestre. 2 chantries of 2 chaplains pertaining to Arundel. 

Northstoke manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church. 

Palingham manor (extent given). 

[Sussex.] Extent {undated and defective). 

Swaneburne mills in Arundel, from which the prior of the monks of 
Arundel receives yearly 15 qu£^rters com and 15 quarters barley, the (chaplain 
of ?) Eastry 10 quarters corn and 10 quarters barley, the leprous women of 
Arundel 91. 8d., and the residue is now held* by Master GeoflFrey de Hohot 
for life by the charter of the said John son of Alan. Richard de Mandeville 
and Maud his wife hold ^ of the mills as dower of the said Maud. 

[Salop.] Extent, The morrow of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist 
66 Hen. III. (defaced). 

Oswaldestre, which is called Blancmostre, castle and town (extent 
given with names of tenants), with its members : — 
Weston (extent given). 
Middleton (extent given). 
Cotun (extent given). 
Mersburi and Trevelech (extent given). 

Tibetone, Trevelpolvel (?) and Blodowauham, rents from free tenants, &c. 
Clanordaf. Similar rents. 
Gruchet. Similar rents. 
Bren. Similar rents. 
Bloduorvaur (?) Similar rents. 
Swyne and Kaercolion. Similar rents. 
Suftone (?) and Randioners. Similar rents. 
Dodelestone. Similar rents. 
Westone and If tone. Similar rents. 
TVigtone (?) and Brongarth. Similar rents. 
Trevelen (?) Similar rents. 
Fenches. Similar rents. 
Travorclauch. Similar rents. 

Knights' fees: — 

Somford and Osselton. J fee (?) held by Adam de Mongomery. 
Aston, Wodeton, Twyford, Hideslond (?), and Bromehurst. ' 1 fee held, 
by Hamo le Botiller and others. 



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^80 INQUISITIONS. 

[**Mor]don. J fee held by John Coyne (?) 

AUespathe in co. Warwick (?) 

Frisell in co. Leicester (?) 

[® Heggesworth, Waketon, Emoretone, Tewe, Ruyton, Middell, Rossale, 

Jagedon, Henton, Chetwinde, Eton, Birewike, Knock, Knitteley, Stanewey, 

Wolvrestone, Wetenestone, Hetly manor, Thonglond, Dodinton, Eston 

Boterell, Hales, Rideward.] 

[Salop.] Extenty Monday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 56 Hen. HI. 

Serewardin (extent given). 

Nesse (extent given). 

Manford (extent given). 

Fortone (?) (extent given). 

[Salop.] Extent, Tuesday after Trinity, 56 Hen. III. 

Cloun alias Clune Castle and borough (extent given). 

Pusselowe hundred held of the king in chief to fee farm for 20«. yearly. 

Knights' fees : — 

Hopton, Scheldreton, Bradeford, Coston, Tattel' and Haggele, held of 
Welshry by Sir W. de Hopton in chief of the said castle by service of 
2 knights' fees, and suit every three weeks. 

Gaie, Bedestone and Beckele, held by Walter de Gaye by service of 1 
knight's fee, and suit as above- 

Sibetone, moieties of Witstonstowe and Brome, Clunburi, Streford, 
La Merse and Brompton, held by Soger de Sibeton by service of 1 knight's 
fee. 

Egeton, Wlfreton and Bruseloue. Moieties held by Philip de Egetone 
by service of J knight's fee, and suit as above ; and the other moieties 
similarly held by John de Egetone. 

Clungonvert, Abbacote and Ruton, held by Roger Haberden by service 
of (1 ?) knight's fee, and suit as above. 

Longefeude, held by Roger Waldin by service of 1 knight's fee, and 
suit as above. 

A moiety of Bukenhulle, Over Pusseloue, a moiety of Brome, 
J virgate in Acton, and the town of La Munede, held by Walter de Buken- 
hulle and others by service of 1 knight's fee, and suit at the hundred (court) 
as above. 

Brompton and Weston, held by Sir Brian de Brompton by service of 
I knight's fee, and two appearances yearly at the said hundred (court). 

Cauton, held by the prior of Brampton in alms. 

Dune juxta Clune, held by Giles de Berkele by service of J knight's fee, 
and suit every three weeks at the said hundred (court.) 

Westone, held by Philip Schelaker by service of J knight's fee, and suit 
as above. 

Clunburi, held by the heir of John le Engleys by service of 1 knight's 
fee, and suit as above. 

The aforesaid tenants, excepting Sir Brian de Brompton, owe in time of war 
guard at the castle of Clun for 40 days yearly with one man with corslet and horse 
for a whole fee, and the said guard is worth 61. 15«. yearly in time of war, 
but an esquire shall take 4^(1. daily. 

Wentenouere, held by Sir Thomas Corbet, doing suit at the hundred 
(court) for all. 

Kilnerton, held by the abbot of Buldiwas, doing the like suit. 

Stutte, held by the abbot of Haweman, doing the like suit. 

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Chet and Eton. Moieties, held by the abbot of Wigemore, doing the 
like suit. 

Eoderhope, held by the prior of Eoderhope for the same. 

Lidun, held by William, son of Walter de Neuton, doing suit. 

La More, held by the heir of Eoger de la More, doing suit at the 
hundred (court). 

Eton and Schelton. Moieties, held by Eeginald le Botereus, doing the 
like suit. 

Clumpton (extent given). 

Kempiton (extent given). 

Aston (extent given). 

Hope (extent given), with the advowson of the church. 

Westhope (extent given), including pannage in the long forest called 
Lurwode, and a watermill. 

Dune (extent given). 

Actone (extent given). 

Also the towns of : — 

Obbele, Percheroderi, Obbendrif, Obaris, Larcwenhope, Eyliston 
under Portloge and Munetone, which remain to be extended because the 
tenants were unwilling to come before the escheator ; they are beneath 
Portloke. 

Towns which are in the hands of the 

prince, viz. — 

Spoot, Kevengalonkok, Eouganton (?), Treuntprouere (?), . . luf ., 
* . . bore, Hicheke, Ulle (?), Edenhope; these towns are above Portloke 
and in the hands of the prince with Portloke forest. 

C. Hen. III. File 42. (5.) 

813. William de Sey. 

Writ, 12 Feb. 56 Hen. III. 

William de Say, his son, age variously stated as 18 on the feast of 
St. Edmund the King last, and 19 on the same feast, is his heir. 

NoBFOLK. Inq. Tuesday the morrow of St. Peter ad Cathedram, 56 Hen. III. 

Strattun (manor) (e^ftent given), including a tenement at Thaverham 
held by Sir John de Estru by service of one lance of fir Qiaste de saj)), held 
of the earl of Gloucester by service of J knight's fee and one lance of fir. 

Kent. Extent, Wednesday the eve of St. Matthias, 56 Hen. III. 

Burgham manor (extent given), held of the king by barony, service 
unknown, but he ought to maintain part of the bridge of Eochester, and a 
certain house in the castle of Dover. The prior of the hospital of Jerusalem 
is the true patron of the church. 

Kent. Extent^ The morrow of St. Matthias, 56 Hen. III. 

Codham manor (extent given), including pasture in the wood of 
Bokehurst and the parks of Codham and Betred, rents in Bertred, and two 
knights' fees held by Sir Henry de Apelderefeld, whose heir shall give 101. 
for relief, and ^ knight's fee held by Sir Nicholas Peissun, whose heir shall 
give 508. for relief, held of the king by barony. Sir William de Sey was the 
true patron of the church, and Laurence de Dunewic is rector. 

[Kent.] Inq. (undated.) 

Westgernewich manor (extent given), including 178a. in Uppelond 
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282 INQtJISITIONS. 

Kent. Extent, The day of St. Matthias, 56 Hen. HI. 

Barling alias Berlinges manor (extent given), including a cart, 2 wheels, 
8 ploughshares, &c. from the men of Wald', held of the king as baron. The 
prior and convent of Bermund[sey] have the church to their own uses. 

SussBX. Inq. Sunday before St. Peter in Cathedra, 56 Hen. HI. 

Strete manor (extent given), tenure unspecified. Sir William was the 
true patron of the church, and John de Sebriteswrth is rector. 

[Hertford.] Extenty Saturday after St. Matthias (?) 56 [Hen. III.] . 

Sabritteswrth manor (extent given of the part which was of William 
de Say), tenure unspecified. 

Cambridge. Inq. Tuesday after St. Mattl^as, 56 [Hen. HI.] . 

Lintone manor (extent given), including 2 water-mills, held of the earl 
of Her [e] ford by service of 1 knight. 

Sussex. Inq. Sunday before St. Peter ad Cathedram, 56 Hen. III. 

Hammes manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including 2«. 
rent from two free tenants at Lewes, a fishery of eels, and a fish-pond, tenure 
imspecified. Sir William was the true patron of the church, and Roger 
Harding is rector. 

Middlesex. Extent, The day of St. Peter in Cathedra, 56 Hen. III. 

Edelmeton manor (full extent given), including housbote, heybote, 
ferbote and common of pasture in the park of Enefeud, and 57^. Wd. rent of 
* smalmolmen,' held of the king in chief by knight's service. 
The age of the heir is unknown to the jury, but he was in his mother's womb 
at the hour when the king went into Gascony. 

C. Hen. III. File 42, (6.) 

814. John de Chubchull. 

Wnt of extent and appraisement to the sheriff of Worcester, as well of the moiety 
of lands of the said John, of the fee of William le Poer in Churchull and 
Fuplinton, which Maud late the wife of the said John had of the king's gift, 
as of the moiety which she had of the gift of Hamo L'Estrange(-E.rira7iei), to 
whom Thomas Boterel granted it, after the king had given it to him until 
the lawful age of the said John's heir, according to the * dictum ' of 
Kenileworth, 20 Oct. 56 Hen. III. Extent (undated). 

Worcestbb. Pupplinton. A messuage and garden, 2a. Id. rent of assize, lid. 
services of customary tenants, 32|a. land, and a piece of meadow. 

Churchull. Extent of these lands was not made because the bailiff of 
the bishop of Worcester did not cause any jurymen to come to make it. 

C. Hen. III. File 42. (7.) 

815. WiLLUM de Abderne, sometime officer of the (king's) saucery {salsarius). 

Writ of escheat to the sheriff of Devon, 7 Nov. 56 Hen. III. Inq. {undated.) 

Devon. Chulaworth is the king's escheat by the death of Bobert de Sancto 
Denisio, and William de Arderne who held it before (for life by the king's 
gift), is dead, and the king can give it to whomsoever he will. 

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816. Richard Martel. 

Writ of plenius certiorari to Master Roger de Glouc[e8tre] , justice assigned for 
hearing pleas of lands, given by reason of the disturbance in the realm, 
in CO. Gloucester, on the petition of John de la Fenne, guardian of the 
said Richard's lands in Stowell, the heir being under age, 2 Nov. Inq. 
Monday after Epiphany, 56 Hen. III. 

Gloucester. Stowelle manor. The said Richard satisfied Henry Haketh, to 
whom the king gave those lands according to the form of the * dictum ' of 
Kenillworth, for the redemption of the said manor for 40«., and (it was) so 
much the less because he asserted that the manor was held of the earl of 
Leicester in chief, but afterwards it was found to be held of WiUiam de 
Hasting*. 

C. Hen. III. FU€ 4.2. (9.) 

817. Richard lb Ussbr. 

Writ de escaeta to the mayor and bailiffs of Winchester, 8 Jan. 56 Hen. III. Inq. 
(undated.) 

Southampton. Winchester. The houses in Calpestreet, which were of the said 
Richard, are not the king's escheat through his death, for their site was 
jointly bought by the said Richard, who died without heir of his body, and 
Edelina de Cruce his wife, who afterwards took another husband, by whom 
she had a son named Andrew, who holds them as heir of his mother. 

C. Hen. III. File 42. (10.) 

818. Philip Basset. 

Writ of ad plenum certiorari, on the complaint of Richard de Tany that the 
escheator hinders him from peaceful seisin of the manor of Stanbreg', 4 Nov. 
Inq. Sunday after St. Martin, 56 Hen. III. 

Essex. Stanbreg' manor was demised by Richard de Tany the elder to the said 
Philip for a term of ten years, and not for life or in fee ; the term 
commenced at the feast of St. Michael, 89 Hen. III., and is now past. 

C. Hen. III. File 42. (11.) 

819. Master Gerard, warden of the works of the castle of Winchester. 

Writ de escaeta to the mayor and bailiffs of Winchester, 28 Dec. 56 Hen. III. Inq. 
(undated.) 

Southampton. Winchester. A messuage which was of the said Gerard is not the 
king's escheat through his death, for the king gave it to the said Gerard and 
his heirs, and he had a son named William, who after his father's death was 
in peaceful seisin thereof until he sold it to Simon the draper, who now 
holds it. 

C. Hen. III. File 42. (12.) 

820. Walter de Lyndesay. 

Writ (missing). Inq. Thursday after Epiphany, 56 Hen. III. 

He died on the day of the Commemoration of All Souls last : William his 
son, aged 21 at the Nativity of St. John the Baptist last, is his heir, and 6 years 
agp at Whitsunday last contracted marriage with Ada daughter of John de 
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284 INQUISITIONS. 

Westmorland. A moiety of the lands, &c. which were of William de Lone- 
castre his uncle, one of whose heirs he was, excepting the dower of Agnes 
sometime the wife of the said William, held of the king in chief, viz. — 

Kirkeby Kendal. A moiety of the town, with a moiety of the mills of 
Kirkeby Kendal, Rispeton and Appletwayt, and fisheries in the water of Kent 
(extent given), out of which 10 marks yearly ought to be rendered to the 
hermit brethren of the isle of St. Mary, Wynandermer, for ever, by the charter 
of the said Walter, and SOs. to Patrick de Man by the charter of William de 
Lonecastre. 

Stirkelond. A mansion, 160a. arable, and a mill. 

Helsington. 20a. arable, and 21a. meadow, in demesne. 

Brathelaf and Hellesfel. 15a. lying waste, and under Hellesfel ia, 
arable. 

A lake called Wynandermer, containing an island with a mansion. 

Appeltwayt hamlet (extent given). 

Trutebeck forest, with a park, a certain dalehead, 8a. meadow, and 
pannage. 

Bolteston hamlet. 24a. arable in demesne. 

Hoton Roffeby (?) in the Hay of Kirkeby Kendal, with its part of the 
forest of the same Hay, and a moiety of the mill, pannage, &c. 

Casterton in Lonesdal (extent given) including a pool upon Lone. 
All held of the king in chief by service of ^ and ^ knight's fee, excepting a 
moiety of the lands, &c. of Casterton which he held of Sir Peter de Bruis by 
service of 12d. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 42. (13.) 

821. Walter de Luveraz alias Loveraz. 

Writ, 14 Aug. 56 Hen. HI. Inq. Friday after St. Bartholomew. 
John, son of the said Walter Loveraz, aged 23, is his heir. 

Southampton. A bailwick in the forest of La Boukholte, held of the king in 
chief, rendering 208. yearly. 

Westtuderle. 1 carucate land held of Oliver de Yngeham by royal 
service, viz. — scutage to be rendered to his lord. 

C. Hen. III. File 42. (14.) 

822. Herbert Pecche. 

Writ, 7 Sept. 56 Hen. III. 

Bartholomew his son, age variously stated as 16 and 17, is his heir. 

Mandate, &c. to the sub-escheator in the parts of Kesteven and Holand, reciting 
the above writ, 

Lincoln. Inq, Tuesday after the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, 56 Hen. HI. 

Coleby manor in the wapentake of Boby (extent given), which his 
ancestors had of the king*s gift, service unknown. 

Lincoln. Inq. Thursday after the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, 56 Hen. III. 

Freston in the wapentake of Sckirebek. A manor (extent given) held, 
of the inheritance of Lady Lucy his wife, of Sir Henry de Loncjamb (?) by 
J knight's fee. 

Fenne. A capital messuage, 56a. arable, 18a. meadow, 4a. pasture, 
VJs. rent of assize and a moiety of a mill, held of the honour of Richemond 
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HENRY III. 285 

Lincoln. Inq. Saturday after St. Martin, 57 Hen. HI. 

Coleby manor in Kesteven, held as free socage of the honour of 
Eichemund by homage and a sore sparrowhawk yearly. 

Lincoln. Inq. Sunday before St. Clement, 57 Hen. IH. 

Freston in Hoyland. J knight's fee held, of the inheritance of Lucy 
his wife, in chief of Sir Henry de Longo Campo, doing foreign service ; and 
la. of Martin (?) Buterwyk, rendering 1 rose. 

Fenne. 6 bovates land held of Sir John de Britannia for homage and 
foreign service. 

Lincoln. Inq. Sunday after St. Martin, 57 Hen. IH. 

Edelington manor in Lyndesey held of the abbot, &c. of Earthen' in 
frank almoin for 12«. 8d. yearly of the inheritance of Lucy sometime his 
wife. 

Middlesex. Inq. (undated.) 

Couele. 1 carucate land held of the abbot of Westminster by socage by 
service of 30s. yearly ; 4a. land held of Bartholmew de Couele by service of 
3«. 6d. ; and la. meadow held of the earl of Lyncoln by service of 12d. 

Tykeham. 100a. land held of Thomas le Blund by service of 2d. 

Wilts. Inq. Wednesday after St. Martin, 57 Hen. HI. 

Hertham. 1 hide land held of the fee of Sir Henry de Lacy, service 
unspecified. 

[Berks.] Inq. Wednesday the feast of the Commemoration of All Souls, 56 
Hen. m. 

LoUindon manor, held of Eobert de Sortecombe in chief in free socage 
by service of Id. yearly. 

Watecumbe manor held of the prior of Hurly in chief in free socage 
by service of Id. yearly. 

Marteleston. i hide land held of Eichard Martel in free socage by 
service of 12«. yearly. 

Southampton. Inq. Friday after the solemnization of All Saints, 57 Hen. IH. 
Schirberne Saint Johan. 1 hide land called Beaureper, held of the fee 
of John de Sancto Johanne by service of -J- knight's fee. 

Basing. 1 hide land held in free socage of William de Chumham by 
service of 32«. yearly. 

Elsefeld. 60a. land and wood held of the said William by foreign 
service. 

C. Hen. III. File 42. (15.) 

823. Henry Picot. 

Writ, 7 Nov. Inq. Sunday after St. Martin, 57 Hen. HI. 
Nicholas his son, is his heir and of full age. 

Hebbpord. Stanford Eegis. 44a. arable and 3a. meadow held of the king in 
chief by service of conveying the king's treasure from Hereford castle to 
London at the king's cost, viz. — 12rf. per day's journey, and when the 
bishop of Hereford is about to be impleaded, he ought to summon him at 
the gate of [Bromlyard, 

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286 INQUISITIONS. 

824. Nicholas de Bolteby. 

WHt, 31 Oct. 57 Hen. III. 

Adam his son, is his heir and of full age. 

York. Inq, and extent, The morrow of St. Andrew, 57 Hen. HI. 

1 knight's fee, whereof 10 carucates make a knight's fee (extent given) 
held by hauberk fee of Joan de Estetovile, viz. — 

Ravensthorpe and Trilleby. 300a. land and 60a. meadow in demesne ; 
a capital messuage, 10«. from cottars, and a water-mill, in Ravensthorpe; and 
22 bovates land and 30s. 6d. from cottars, in Trilleby. 

Bolteby. 82 bovates land, whereof 10a, make a bovate, 9«. 4rf. from 
cottars, and a garden. 

Kereby. lOs. yearly for herbage. 

NoBTHUMBEELAND. Inq. and extent, Thursday after St. Clement, 57 Hen. III. 

Langeley, Heyden, AUerwas and Fourstanes (extents given), held of the 
king in chief of the inheritance of Philippa his wife, daughter and heir of 
Adam de Tyndal, by service of 1 knight's fee. 
Adam their son is heir of the said Nicholas and Philippa. 

C. Hen. III. File 42. (17.) 



825. Thomas db Solab[iis] alias de Solers. 

Mandate, &c. to the subescheator in co. Hereford, reciting writ de escaeta, dated 
4 Nov. Inq. Sunday after St. Martin, 57 Hen. III. {defective). 

Hereford. Worldende alias le Wordleshende. J messuage and 2 carucates land, 
excepting J virgate land which he held of Nicholas le Archer with J messuage, 
(extent given), held of the king in chief by service of part of a barony as his 
ancestors held it. It is [not ?] escheat, and was held by hereditary right 
and not for life. The said Thomas gave it to Lady Maud de Ebroycis. 

C. Hen. III. File 42. (18.) 



826. Edmund Pipard. 

Writ (missing). 

Thomas Pypard, his brother, aged 23 on the morrow of St. Boniface, 56 
Hen. III., is his heir. 

Devon. Inq. (undated.) 

Bovi manor, held of the heirs of Sir William de Cantulupo, by knight's 
service. 

Langedune and Lauerkebeare, held of the heirs of Hamelin de Boybeye, 
by knight's service. 

Churletune, held of Sir Thomas Corbet by knight's service. 

Suffolk. Inq. The morrow of SS. Simon and Jude, 57 Hen. III. 

Hintlisham manor with the advowson (extent given), held of the king in 
chief by service of one sparrowhawk (nisi) and knight's service, so that the 
king has always had the wardship of the heir, but the jury know not 
whether it owes foreign service to the king, 

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827. Thomas db Erdinton. 

Schedule of lands which he had whilst he lived (undated and defaced). 

Salop. Ford, Croetun, (and) Tonedour (?), which he had of the king's demesne 
of the bail of King John in exchange for Mungumery. 

Salop. Welintun (and) Shaghburi, which he had of the gift of King John by his 
charter, as of escheat. 

Stafford. Acle, which he had of the gift of Hervey Baggot. 

Wiginton, which he had of the bail of King John as of Normans' land, 
which was of Matthew de Gamasches. 

Smethewic (and) Horeburn, which he had of the gift of Falk de 
Breaute by charter. 

Warwick. Erdinton, which was of his own inheritance. 

Dorset. Corfmulin, which he had of the gift of Hubert de Burgo, the justiciary, 
by his charter. 

Sussex. Stokes, which he had of the gift of William son of Alan. 

Chester. Troghford, which he had of the gift of 

Essex. Burgsted, which he had of the gift of William (earl) Marshal {IV. Mar'). 

Norfolk. Meleham, which was the dower of Mary his daughter of the land 
which was of William son of Alan sometime her husband. 

Salop. Acton and Cunet', which was the dower of the same Mary, as above. 

Oxford. Caldenorton, which was the dower of the same Mary, as above. 

Stanton, which he had of the gift of King John, with the wardship of 
the land [and heir?] of Henry de la Wade (?). 

Essex. Beaumunt, which he had of the dower of Roesia his wife, of the land 
which was of Cocfeld. 

Suffolk. Rughham, which he had of the same dower. 

Warwick. Dudintun, which he had of the marriage of the same Roesia. 

Northampton. PateshuU, which he had of the same marriage. {See Rot. Pat. 
2 Hen. HI. m. 2.) 

G. Hen. III. File 42. (20.) 

828. Geoffrey Hose son of Geoffrey Hose. 

Return from the sherijff of Wilts reciting tviit to enquire whether Henry Hose of 
Bath is his heir, witnessed by Earl William Marshal, ruler of the king 
and the realm (undated), with inquisition (undated). 
He had a sister who is a nun in Wilton abbey, and the jury know of no 

nearer heir than Henry Hose (Husato) of Thatewit. 

Wilts. Ficledene and Staplef [ord] , held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight. 
(See Rot. Fin. 3 Hen. HI. m. 4.) 

C. Hen. HI. File 43. (1.) 

829. HuaH de Hodeng. 

Writ (missing). 

Essex. Extent (undated). 

Henigeham. 160a. land in demesne, 9a. meadow, 60«. Sid. rept, 2 
hens, and pasture in an alderwood, garden and grove. 

[Buckingham.] Extent (undated). 

Burnham and Eton. 290a. arable, 27a. meadow, and 24a. pasture in 
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Essex. Extent (undated). 

Wansted and Hamme. 169a. arable in demesne, 20a. meadow, and 
Ms. 6Jd. rent of assize, lOs. in Hammes, works worth 18s. 7rf., rents of hens 
and eggs, and pasture for 200 sheep, as well in his fields as on the common 
of the whole country, and in the king's forest, rendering to Sir Ralph de 
Ginges 1 mark yearly, to the nuns of Clerkenewell 1 mark, for the guard of 
Storteford 2«., and for suit of the hundred (court) 16d. (See Rot. Fin. 26 
Hen. III. p. 2. m. 2, and 27 Hen. III. m. 8.) 

C. Hen. III. FUe 43. (2.) 

830. Henry de Typetot. 

WHt (missing). Inq. (undated fragment). 

Robert de Tibotot, [years] , is his heir. 

Essex. Bradewell. 30a. arable in demesne, pastures within the marsh and 
without, a watermill and 40s. rent of assize, held of [the king] in chief by 
serjeanty of carrying a falchion (giriram) in the king's army. 

Shopelonde. 180a. land in demesne, pastures within the marsh and 

without rent, and 2 marks from works of villeins, held 

of the king in chief by and a half. (See Rot. Fin. 

26 Hen. III. p. 1. m. 11, and 27 Hen. III. m. 13.) 

C. Hen. III. File 43. (8.) 

831. Nicholas de Bello Gampo. 

Writ (missing). Extent (undated). 

[Essex.] Fifhyde. 254a. land, 8a. meadow in demesne, 6a. pasture, a wood, 
69s, O^d. rent, works, &c. (extent given). (See Rot. Fin. 27 Hen. III. m. 2.) 

C. Hen. III. FiZ€ 43. (4.) 

832. Nicholas de Bello Gahpo. 

Writ (missing). Extent (undated). 

His heir is aged 11, and is in the wardship of Michael Relet, as is said. 

Essex. Estone and Haselcorft. 219a. in demesne, 8a. meadow, 8a. pasture 
20a. wood, 8a. court and garden, 16s. rent, customs worth 22«., &c. (See 
Rot. Fin. 27 Hen. III. m. 2.) 

C. Hen. III. FiU 43. (5.) 

833. William le Chen. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated and defective.) 

[Essex.] Bradewell. A messuage, 40a. land, a watermill, a marsh and 
pasture, and 37». 2d. yearly rent, were held by the said William of the king 



. [by serjeanty ?] of the falchion (de Gleyve) in fee ; and after the 

said W^illiam's death Sayer (Sahierus) le Flemeng, nephew 

held that land. [The said Say ]er had entry through the guardians of the 

honour of Peverel, who were bailiffs of H. de Burgo 

de Tippetot now holds it, and has entry through Henry 

de Tippetot, sometime husband of the same 

it from the said Sayer. 

(See Rot. Fin. 26 Hen. III. p. 1.- m. 11, and 27 Hen. III. m. 18.) 

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834. Henry db Craft alia% db Croft. 

Writ {missing), Inq. {undated). 

Roger his son, age unspecified, is his heir. 

[Lancaster and Westmoreland,] Dalton and Burton. 2 carucates land (extent 
given) held of the king in chief rendering 10«. {See Rot. Fin. 28 Hen. HI. m. 11.) 

C. Hen. III. File 43. (7.) 

835. Robert Falconarius. 

Writ {missing). Extent {undated). 

Godfrey, his son, bearer of these presents, is his heir. 

Kent. Herste. 160a. land and iOs. rent, held of the king in chief by service 
of the serjeanty of keeping a cast {Get) of falcons in the season, viz. — 
3 falcons at the king's costs, for this land and for land which he held in 
Sussex. {See Rot. Fin. 28 Hen. III. m. 5.) 

C. Hen. HI. File 48. (8.) 

836. Robert le Archer. 

# 
Writ {missing). Inq. {undated jragment.) 

Nicholas his son is his heir. 

Northampton. Sibertoft manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 
service of finding one serjeant with bow and arrows in the king's army for 
40 days at his own cost. {See Rot. Fin. 28 Hen. III. m. 9 and 4.) 

C. Hen, III. File. 43. (9.) 



837. Mabel de Lbstanestun. 

Writ {missvig). Inq. {undated.) 
Gilbert, her son, is her heir. 



Lefstanestun. 320a. land, 5a. meadow, 5a. wood, 22s. rent, and 

41 works, tenure unspecified. {See Rot. Fin. 29 Hen. III. m. 10.) 

C. Hen. III. File. 43. (10.) 

838. Alexander de Bradbford. 

Writ {fragment undated). Extent {undated). 
Sibyl his daughter, aged 9, is his heir. 

Northumberland. Bradeford (extent given with names of tenants) held of 
the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee ; of which Ada, late the wife of 
the said Alexander, has a third part in dower. He paid 1 mark yearly for 
the guard of the castle of Bamburg, and 14d. for cornage, and maintained a 
house in the said castle of his own ; and these things his heir shall do. 
{See Rot. Fin. 29 Hen. III. m. 11 and 33 Hen. III. m. 8.) 

C. Hen. III. File 43. (11.) 



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839. John Gotele. 

Writ {fragment undated). Inq. (undated,) 

[Gloucester.] Frompton manor, viz. — 2 carucates land, and 2 virgates land 
in villenage, sometime held by the said John. Eleanor Cotele now holds J, 
Asceline Cotele her sister J, and William de Lucy and Maud Cotele his wife, 
sister of the said Eleanor J, in demesne of the king in chief separately. 
{See Rot. Fin. 25 Hen. III. m. 8 and 26 Hen. III. p. 2. m. 6.) 

C. Hen. III. File. 48. (12.) 

840. John db Apbtun alias de Appeton. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.) 
William his son is his heir. 

Essex. Kanewedun and Rocheford, 280a. land, 10s. ^d. rent, pasture in the marsh 
for 200 sheep, 384 works, and 18s. rent in Wyvermers (?), held of the king in 
chief by service of 1 knight's fee. (See Rot. Fin. 80 Hen. III. m. 11 and 9.) 

C. Hen. III. File 48. (13.) 

841. Richard Pitun. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.) 

Hugh Fitun, knight, is his heir. 

Chester. Bolyn manor. 2 bovates land and a mill, with the advowson, held of 

the king in chief by service of coming to the army at Chester with all his 

household (cum totafamilia stui) with horses and arms at^the king*s expense. 

Falinisbrom, held of the king in chief by 3s. rent. (See Rot. Fin. 

30 Hen. III. m. 7.) 

C. Hen. III. File 43. (14.) 

842. Eva de Gray. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.) 

Beatrice Murdac late the wife of Robert Maudut, Alice the wife of Ralph 
Harang, Joan the wife of Ernald de Bosco, and Jolland (Jidanus), son of JoUand 
de Nevill and Maud his wife, are her heirs. 

Oxford. Stanlak. 2 carucates land, and 17/. lis. 3rf. rents and customs. 

Derneford. 3 carucates land Tvith meadows and pastures, and 42«. %d. 
rents and customs. 

All held of Baldwin, sometime earl of Devon, whose heir is in the king's 
wardship, by service of 4 knights. (See Rot. Fin. 30 Hen. III. m. 7.) 

C. Hen. III. File 43. (15.) 

843. Odard db Wygeton. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.) 

Walter, his son, aged 21 and more, is his heir. 
[Cumberland.] Melmorby manor with its appurtenances, viz. — Stainton, 

Blachale, and Wardwyk, held of the king in chief by cornage. 

Wygeton manor, held of the earl of Albem[arle] in chief by cornage. 

Endorsed. This inquisition was made in full county in the presence of 
Sir John le Fraunceys, who has the wardship of the lands &c., and who states 
that the said Walter was born two months after his father's death and will be 20 
at the present feast of St. John the Baptist, which he can verify by the rolls of 
the Chancery by the writ issued when the king demised the wardship to Walter, 
bishop of Carlisle, (See Rot. Fin. 10 Hen. III. m. 9.) 

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844. Fbtbr db Pelbyil. 

Writ {misnng), Inq. (tmdated.) 

Peter de PelevU, brother of the said Peter, aged 28J, is his heir. 

[Norfolk.] Bilneya. 208Ja. land, 18a. pasture, and 81. 88. id. rent. 

Bodeneia. 1 carucate land, 7a. meadow, a mill, and 22«. 8^. (rent), 
all which his mother holds in dower. 

All held of the honour of Hagenett by service of 1 knight's fee and 
108. yearly for the guard of Dover. 

N.B. — The inquisition is returned by the sheriff of Essex and Hertford. 
{See Rot. Pin. 80 Hen. HI. m. 8.) 

C. Hen. III. File 48. (17.) 

845. BoBBRT DE Flbnbburg. 

Wnt {mi88ing). Inq. (undated.) 

Boger, his firstborn son, age unspecified, is his heir. 

[York.] Hunesflet'. 16 bovates land in demesne, ia. meadow, and a toft, 
held of J. sometime earl of Lincoln by foreign service pertaining to 
i knight's fee, {See Bot. Fin. 81 Hen. IH. m. 18.) 

C. Hen. III. File 48. (18.) 



846. Bighabd db Eardbvill. 

William de Eardevill, knight, his son, aged 40 and more, is his heir. 

Southampton. Tuderleg. 1 hide land, with 1 hide land in La Hale pertaining 
thereto, held of the king in chief by service of one serjeant with hauberk, 
being for 40 days at his own cost in the army anywhere in England. {See 
Bot. Pin. 81 Hen. HI. m. 6.) 

C. Hen. III. File 48. (19.) 



847. Bighabd db Katirhale. 

Writ {mi88ing). Extent {undated). 

Balph his son, aged 12, is his heir. 

Lancaster. Gosenarg. 8 bovates land held of the king in chief by knight's 
service. 

Writinton. Land worth 14«. yearly, held in chief of Thomas Grely, 
service unspecified. 

Chepin. Land worth 98. yearly, held of the heir of the earl of Lincoln, 
service unspecified. 

Shrelefel. Land worth 20«. yearly, held of the hospital of St. John, 
service unspecified. 

Katirhal. Land worth SOs. lOd. yearly, held of William de Lancaster, 
service unspecified. 

Preston. 1 pair of gloves rent. 
. Lancaster. Ub. cummin rent. {See No. 876.) 

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848. Philip db Ikeworth. 

Writ (missing). Inq. {undated Jragment) 

Thomas, his brother, aged is his heir. 

[Suffolk.] Ikeworth, Wanford and 2 knights' 

fees [with] the advowsons of those towns [held] of the abbey of St. Edmund. 

Manestun held of the abbot of 

Oolecestre. 

Whereof . . . . , late the wife of Richard de Ikeworth, has her dower. 

(See Rot. Fin. 32 Hen. III. m. 3.) 

C. Hen. III. File 44. (1.) 

849. William de Curcun of Karleton. 

Writ (missing). Extent (undated). 

Eustace, son of his sister Margaret by her husband Richard, aged 22, is his 
heir. 

[Norfolk.] Karleton. 15a. land and 12d. rent of assize held by service of 
receiving 12 pasties of fresh herrings from the bailiJBfs of Norwich, and 
carrying them to the king wherever he may be in England ; and 20a. arable, 
26s. 6rf. rent of assize, and 32J. from a mill, &c. held of Sir R. le Bigot, 
earl of Norfolk, by service of 2s. lOJrf. towards 20«. scutage when it shall 
happen. (See Rot. Fin. 32 Hen. III. m. 8.) 

C. lieu. III. File 44. (2.) 

850. Ralph Gebnuk. 

Writ (missing), Inq. (undated.) 

William, his son, aged 60 and more, is his heir. 

[Essex.] Leghe manor (extent given), held of the heirs of Aungre by service 
of ^ knight's fee. 

Teydene manor (extent given), held of Margery de Riveres by service of 
1 fee, and a part held of the heirs of Angre for ^ fee. 

Estorp and Briche manors (extent given), held of the king by service of 
3 knights' fees. 

La Gerunere. Demesne land worth 4Z. 2s., rent of assize 104«. lOe^., 
customs of villeins, two mills, pasture and meadow, tenure unspecified. 

Lexsed[en] hundred, held of the king at farm for 4 marks. (See 
Rot. Fin. 32 Hen. III. m. 14.) 

C. Hen. III. File ii. (8.) 

851. Ella^s db Faleyse. 

Writ (undated fragment). Inq. (undated.) 

William de la Faleyse his brother, aged 60 and more, is his heir. 

Southampton. Rugenhor manor held of the king in chief by service of 1 
serjeanty to be done at Winchester Castle for 40 days at his own cost in time 
of war. (See Rot. Fin. 82 Hen. III. m. 2.) 

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852. Walter de Mere. 

Writ missing. 

William, his son, aged 18 at Easter next, is his heir. 

CAMBRiDaE. Inq. by jurors of the hundreds of Wetherle and Stowe (undated). 

Cumberton. 1 carucate land held of the king in chief, service 
unspecified. 

Essex. Inq. (undated.) 

Kouing manor with the advowson (extent given), held of the king in 
chief, service unspecified. (See Rot. Fin. 88 Hen. III. m. 12.) 

C. Hen. III. File 44. (5.) 

853. Pbter le Pbitbvin. 

Wi'it (missing). Extent (undated). 

' his son, aged 18, is his heir. 

[Somerset.] Stoneieston manor (extent given) held of the king, rendering 
yearly a sextary of spiced wine (vini galioferrati); of which Agnes late the wife 
of the said Peter has J part by the king's writ. (See Rot. Fin. 84 Hen. III. 
m. 6.) 

C. Hen. HI. FUe 44. (6.) 

854. William de Roffa. 

Writ (missing). Extent (undated). 

Peter de Roffa, his brother, aged 40 and more, is his heir. 

[Essex.] Rewenhale manor with the advowson (extent given), held of the king 
in chief by service of IJ knight's fee. (See Rot. Fin. 34 Hen. III. m. 17.) 

C. Hen. HI. File 44. (7.) 

855. Geoffrey Camerarius. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.) 
Simon, his son, is his heir. 

[Warwick.] Brom. 8 J virgates land in demesne and 8 J virgates in villenage, 
held of the king by free service, rendering one pair of tongs (unam 
forcipem) at Christmas. (See Rot. Fin. 34 Hen. III. m. 3.) 

C. Hen. III. File 44. (8.) 

856. Philip Mimekan of Garsindon. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated fragment.) 

[Oxford.] [Gersindon.] The land was held of the heirs of Roger de Akeny by 
service of 12 [«.] . 

Hedindon. 1 hide land held of the king by serjeanty; [and the 
king gave the wardship] of the said land to Richard de Bello Campo, 
who wished [to have the said land in his own hand] with the other land 
of Hedindon, but he never had [seisin] thereof [either by reason] of the 
wardship the king gave him, nor of any other right. (This inquisition is 
part of a fragment attached to No. 193.) 

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857. Maud db Lamvalay. 
Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.) 

Balph, son of Richard le Waleys and the said Maud, aged 24 and more, is 
her heir. 

Berks. Estbiri. 1 carucate land and 6 marks 4a. Sd. rent of assize, held of the 
king by service of J knight's fee. (See No. 190.) 

C. Hen. III. File 44. (10.) 

858. Hugh, son of James Wake. 

Writ de escaeta (missing). Inq. (undated.) 

[Berks.] Benham manor. Humphrey Vis de Lou came with William the 
Bastard the Conqueror, who gave him the said manor ; but King Henry, the 
king's grandfather, took it from him because he killed a certain knight. 
Walkelin, his son, was never in seisin of the manor, and left a daughter 
Isabel, whom the said king gave to Eobert de London in marriage, with the 
said manor, but both died without heirs of their bodies. King Richard 
enfeoffed Richard de Kaunville of the manor, who died in the Holy Land, and 
John his son died in England without heir of his body. Gerard, elder 
brother of the said Richard, then intruded upon the manor, but the king 
removed him, and delivered it to Hugh Wake, whose son James took to wife. 
Amy, daughter of Peter de Ilarthelakeston ; and their son Hugh, after their 
death, gave to the king 10 marks and to the queen 1 mark to have seisin of 
the manor. After his death came his aunts, Joan de Munby and Aline 
Wake and entered upon the manor through the king that now is: the 
said Joan died in seisin of her moiety, and afterwards her son John and the said 
Aline were impleaded by the said king and lost the manor by the judg- 
ment of the king's court, and thus the king is in seisin. The manor is worth 
24i. and is the king's escheat, unless the heirs of the said Richard de Kaun- 
ville have sufficient warranty from the said [king who ?] enfeoffed [their 
an]cestor. (See No. 79; and Rot. Fin. 31 Hen. III. m. 9 and 85 Hen, III. 
m. 2.) 

C. Hen. HI. File 44. (11.) 

859. Richard db Prestecot. 

Writ (missing). Extent (und-ated). 

Walter de Prestecot his brother, aged 26, is his heir. 

Oxford. Blechesdon. 1 hide land (extent given) held of the serjeanty of 
Richard de Greinvill, viz. — of bringing a roast (assam) before the king in 
Cornebury when he used to go there hunting in Wichewode, and the said 
hide was alienated by the said Richard to his brother William de Greinvill 
for \ knight's fee ; and 1 hide land (extent given) held of the said Richard de 
Greinvill of the little fee of Mortain by semce of J knight's fee. And the 
advowson of the church pertains to either part. (See No. 213.) 

C. Hen. HI. File. 44. (12.) 

860. William de Welesleg. 
Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.) 

Thomas, his son, aged 17J, is his heir. 

[Somerset.] Welleg. J hide land held of the bishop of Bath, by service of 
the serjeanty of the hundred of Wells. 

Litleton. J virgate land held of Philip Skither and Margery his wife by 
service of is. (See Nos. 263 and 298, and Rot. Fin. 35 Hen. III. m. 14.) 

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861. Walter db Lacre. 

Writ (missing). Extent (unduted). 

Walter his son, aged 10 and more, is his heir. 

[Suffolk.] Ixning. 180a. arable, 70a. lid. rent of assize, 4«. fishery rent, 
3«. pasture, 89s. Id. customs of villeins, &c. held of the king in chief by 
service of J knight. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.) 

[Essex.] Samford. 5a. Id. rent due from the ^ knight's fee which Nicholas 
and Oliver del Acre hold, does not pertain to the wardship of Brokesheved 
but to the heirs of Walter del Acre, because he held the fee of Samford of 
the king in chief, and the fee of Brokesheved of the fee of St. Gyldrede. The 
king's escheator received the said rent about Christmas 36 (Hen. III.), and 
it is in the king's hand because Samford fee is held of the king in chief and 
Brokesheved not. 

C. Hen. III. File 44. (14.) 

862. Gerard de Prendeoast. 

Memorandum that his lands in co. Wexford are extended at 195Z. 8s. Irf., whereof 

Sir William de Valencia has the wardship. 

Also that 261. land ought to descend to the son of Sir John de Cogh', 
who is one of the heirs of the said Gerard, of the free marriage of his grand- 
mother ; and this may be considered in the value of his marriage which is worth 
so much the more. (See No. 254.) 

C. Hen. III. File 44. (15.) 

863. Alice late the wife of Richard de Dovoria. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.) 

[Essex.] Haveringh. 1 virgate land and a watermill, held of the gift of 
Sir Hamo Passelewe, who gave the same to the said Richard by charter in 
free marriage with Alice his neice. (See Rot. Fin. 36 Hen. III. m. 7.) 

C. Hen. III. File 44. (16.) 

864. Robert de Bello Campo, the elder. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated fragment.) 

Robert, his son, aged , is his heir. 

Somerset. Stokes manor, held of the king in chief. 
Merstan manor, similarly held. 
Scepton manor, similarly held. 

Hacche , similarly held. 

(All ?) held by service of going with the king in the army. 

. , 40a. land held of the abbot of Alignie, 

Compton. 5a. held of the church of Scepton. (See Rot. Fin. 
36 Hen. HI. m. 20.) 

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865. KicHARD DE Langeford. 

Wi'it (missing).^ Inq, {nnduted.) 

Koger de Langeford, aged 5 years and married, is his heir. 

[Southampton.] [Isle of Wight.] 1 earucate land held of Baldwin sometime 
earl of Devon, whose heir is in the king's wardship, by knight's service ; 
25a. held of William de Glanmorgan by service of 6d. yearly ; and 40Ja. 
held of Jordan de Kingeston by service of 5d. yearly. {See No. 298.) 

C.Hen.nLFaeU.(lS.) 

866. William de Cantilupo. 

Writ {missing). Extent {undated), 

[Wilts.] Calna manor (extent given), viz. — 25 messuages, market toll with 
* chupingavel ' and * brewingavel', and with a certain rent with sheriffs aid 
ll.y a mill, 5a. arable, 4a, meadow, view of frankpledge and amercements of 
the hundred and market, 60«. rent from 4 virgates called Burs, and 1 Ih, 
pepper rent from Kenmuln, held of the king at fee farm by hereditary right, 
paying 16i. at the exchequer. 

Caleston manor (extent given), held by service of J knight to the king. 



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867. Roger de Eswell. 

Writ {missing). Inq. {undated.) 

Simon his son, aged 36, is his heir. 

[Essex.] (Unspecified.) 1 virgate land, viz. — 82a. land, 3a. meadow, and 23a. 
wood, held of the king in chief by serjeanty of being the king's steward of 
the guesthouse {hostiler), which serjeanty was put into money and he paid 
i mark yearly. William de Nortoft also held 32a. land, 2a. meadow and 
3a. pasture, and paid him 10s. yearly ; Stephen de Alneto 2^a. land, paying 
12rf. ; Eichard de Schaldeford 48a. land, 5a. meadow, 10a. wood, 10a. alder 
wood, and a watermill, paying 10s. ; and GeofiFrey son of Alexander 6a. land, 
paying 9d. and 1 plough share. {See Eot. Fin. 39 Hen. III. m. 13.) 

C. Hen. HI. File 44. (20.) 

868. John de Wyke. 

Writ {undated fragment). Inq. {undated.) 
John, his son, aged 30, is his heir. 

[Wilts.] Savernac forest. A moiety of that baiUwick which commences m the 
Vale of Braedone and stretches in length as far as Warckewee, and in 
breadth from Falestone to Nikerpole, and 1 virgate land (unsj)ecified), held 
of the king in chief rendering 26^. to the castle of Marleberg, and keeping 
the bailiwick by himself and 2 men at his own cost. 

(Unspecified.) 3 virgates land held of Sir Walter de Ripariis doing 9«. 
yearly and service of 1 esquire in the army for 40 days. 

(Unspecified.) 1 cotland held of the fee of the abbot of Battle by service 
of 2s. ; and a mill and 2a. land, held of the abbot of Hyde at fee 
farm, rendering 18s. yearly. {See Rot. Fin. 41 Hen. III. ms. 12 [alias 3] 



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869. William son op William le Francbys. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated and defective.) 

Margery, aged 24, [Juliana] , and Alice, aged 14, his sisters, 

are his heirs. 

[Salop.] [S]utton. J virgate land, 2a. meadow, and a messuage with yard, held 
of the king in chief by service of 2«. 6d. yearly, and 1^5. for * stretward.* 
(See No. 846, and Rot. Fin. 42 Hen. III. m. 6 [alias 9.]) 

C. Ben. III. File 46. (2. 

870. Richard de Mabcham. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.) 

Robert de Marcham, his brother, aged 35 and more, is his heir. 

[Nottingham.] Tukesford. J knight's fee held of the king in chief, of which 
Margaret, sometime the wife of John de Lexint [on] , is dowered, excepting 
6s. rent, a moiety of a park, 4 bovates land, 16«. rent and the advowson of 
the church. 

Marcham. 2 bovates land held of William de Grandun (?) by service of 
6«. ; and 1 bovate land held of Sir Robert de Rypariis by homage and 
service of 2s. 

Lexint [on.] J knight's fee held of Sir Adam de Everingham by that 
service and Id. yearly. 

(Knesale.) A culture and a little wood held of Henry de Lascy for 
homage and service of 1 sore sparrowhawk or 2s. 

Scrattehac and Schegeby. 3 cultures of land held of Sir John de Eyvill 
for homage and service of Id. 

Marneham. J knight's fee held of Sir R. de Weston, rendering lib. 
pepper yearly. 

AUerton. 5 bovates land and a mill held of William son of Thomas, 
rendering to the abbot of Neusum 14s., and foreign service ; and a mill 
at the bridge of Minhild ?. (See Nos. 378 and 402.) 

C. Hen. III. File 45. (3.) 

871. Henry de Mbrk alias dr Merc. 

Writ (missing). 

Henry his son, aged 11 at the feast of All Saints last, is his heir. 

[Essex.] Inq. (undated.) 

Teya de Mandevil. 280a. arable, 4a. meadow, 4a. pasture, and 60a. 
wood in the king's forest and in regard, where he took nothing without the 
view of the forester, except pannage and pasture, held of Sir Henry de 
Bohun, earl of Hereford, by service of a fee of 4 knights. 

[Essex.] Inq. (undated.) 

Little Berdefeud manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by 
service of 2 knights' fees. 

Latone. A moiety of the township held of the king in chief by service 
of 1 knight's fee : which moiety is assigned in dower to Rose (liocia) some- 
time the wife of Henry father of this same Henry. He held the whole of the 
said manor of the king through the escheat of the honour of Boulogne. 
(See No. 742 and Rot. Fin. 43 Hen. HI. m. 5 [alias 7].) 

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872. William de Fortibus. 

Writ (missing). Inq, {undated and defective.) 

His four daughters, Joan aged 8 years and 5 weeks, viz. — on Wednesday, 

the feast of St , Sibyl aged 6, Mabel aged 4, and 

aged 2, are his heirs. 

Dorset. Wylweton. 2 parts of 1 carucate land held of the king in chief by 
service of J knight's fee ; where Maud, late the wife of William de Wlveton, 
holds the third part of the same land in dower. 

Great Luditon. 8 fees pertaining to the honour of Ghiweton held by 
Ralph de Gorges. 

Kerchel. [A ?] fee of Mortain, held by Roger 

Hyneton. 8 parts of a great fee held by William Martel. 

Midelton. [A ?] fee of Mortain held by Roger de Alba Maria. 

Lacerton. | fee of Mortain held by Robert Busun. 

Lange Blaneford. ^ held by William 

de Punset. 

Candel. o^ of a great fee held by John Tonere. 

Waye. A fee Mortain held by Alfred de Lincoln. 

Stintesford held by John Quintin, per- 
taining to Dundene of the honour of Glastonfbury.] [See Rot. Fin. 
43 Hen. III. m. 7 (alias 5) and 46 Hen. IH. m. 16.J 

C. Hen. III. FUe 45. (5.) 

873. Margaret countess of Kent. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.) 

She died without heir of her body, and the following hundred and manors 
ought to revert to John de Burgo, aged 40 and more, son and heir of Hubert de 
Burgo, sometime her husband, because the said Hubert and Margaret were 
enfeoffed of the same from the king to them and their heirs, or the heirs of the 
said Hubert. 

Essex. Racheford hundred, and the manors of Esteuod and Reyle held of the 
king by service of 1 knight. (See No. 461.) 

C. Hen. III. FUe 45. (6.) 

874. Hugh son of Ralph. 

Writ {missing). Extent, Wednesday after Palm Sunday. 

Eustacia, wife of Sir Nicholas de Cantilupo, is daughter and heir of Ralph 
son of Hugh, and of full age. 

Nottingham. Greselley manor with the advowson (extent given), held of the fee 
of Feverel of Nottmgham, by service of one knight to the king. 

Muschamp. 1 knight's fee held of the archbishop of York. (See 
Rot. Fin. 45 Hen. III. m. 12.) 

C. Hen. III. FUe i5. (7.) 

875. John son of Elias Giffard. 
Proof of age (undated and defective). 

Gloucester 

William de Sulleg' and Robert le Messager agree with the last. 

Matthew de Bremesfeld le Messer 

and says that he (John) was 4 years old when he was con- 
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in the same year the juror's father died, but he does not know how much time 
has elapsed : he often heard the said John declaiming against the marriage and 
chiefly when he was of man's discretion, and never saw them together after they 
were 12 or 14 years old, nor did he ever exhibit her in any of his manors. 

John de Roehamton, examined at the instance of the bailiffs of John GifFard, 
of Bochamton, said that he was of free condition, and a tenant by charter, that 
the said John was 26 years old, which he beUeves because a neighbour of his had 
a son born in the same year, whom he lifted from the sacred font : he often heard 
the said John declaiming against the said marriage and especially in the hall of 
Roc[hamton] . • . . before those lying round, that no one of the race of 
Le Longespey would adhere to any wife to whom he happened to be married in 

his boyhood, unless again but he knows not whether 

this was (said) in joke, 



examined at the command of the bailiffs of his lord 

John de Stonhus and others, &c., agrees with the last sworn as to the age of the 
said John, because his father died in the same year, and that at the time of his 
contract with the said Aubrey he was 4 years old and as much time as is between 
the Purification and Nativity of Mary, and that he never really married her. He 
had heard him declaim against the marriage, and on that article agrees with the 
last sworn, upon hearing which article the said Aubrey wept ; the said Aubrey 
stayed at the said John's manor from the day of SS. Simon and Jude to Whit- 
sunday, and again the said John came to Bochampton where she was staying, and 

she asked him why he , he answered nothing but 

afterwards always avoided her presence. 

. . . . . . de Newynton, of Rochampton, says that the said John is 

27, and otherwise agrees with the above sworn. 

William, Elias and Ralph de Stonhuse, Richard Alwriche, Henry the Reeve 
(j)repo8itu8), William Beverage, and Simon le Nores' of Bremesfeld, agree with 
previous jurors. 

Thomas le Messer, of Bremesfeld, of servile condition, says that the said 
John is 28 and entering his 29th year, which he knows because on the day of the 
said John's birth he married his wife, who died 4J years after and he has always 
since remained in widowhood. 

John de Molendino of Grenham says that the said Sir John will be 29 on 
the day of St. Walstan, which he knows because he begot a child who will be 29 
on that day. {See No. 124.) 

C. Hen. III. File 45. (8.) 

876. WiLLUM DB Dyvb. 

Writ (missing.) Inq. (undated.) 

John his son, aged 80 and more, is his heir. 

Northampton. Wyke manor held of the earl of Warwick by service of one 
knight's fee. (Vide Bot. Fin. 46 Hen. HI. m. 16 and 17.) 

C. Hen. HI. File 45. (9.) 

877. BoBBRT LB Lup alias Lupus. 

Writ (missing). 

John Lupus his son, aged 30 and more, is his heir. 

[Northampton.] Inq. (undated fragment.) 

Esse manor, held of Eustace son of Thomas by service of 2 parts 
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[Buckingham.] Inq, (undated,) 

Ykkele. 83a. arable, which fell to him of the inheritance of Robert 
de Salceto, held of the king in chief by service of i knight's fee. {See Rot. 
Fin. 46 Hen. III. m. 14.) 

C. Hen. IIL File 45. (10.) 

878. Roger le Ostricer. 

Writ {missing). Inq. {undated.) 

Alan his son, aged 28, is his heir. 

Huntingdon. St. Ives. A messuage and 1 carucate land held of the king 
in chief by service of coming to the king's court in the season and keeping 
a goshawk at the king's cost ; and a meadow held of the abbot of Ramese 
rendering J mark rent yearly. 

[Cambridge.] Over. 2 virgates land held of the said abbot. {See Rot. Fin. 
46 Hen. III. m. 8.) 

C. Hen. HI. FUe 46. (11.) 

879. William de Orlaweston. 

Wi'it {missing.) Inq. {undated.) 

William his son, aged 35, is his heir. 

[Kent.] Orlaweston manor, held of the king in chief of Hacenet honour by 
service of 2 knights, and 20«. yearly for the guard of Dover castle. (See 
Rot. Fin. 49 Hen. III. m. 8.) 

C. Hen. HI. File 49. (12.) 

880. [Hugh de Polested.] 

Writ (missing). Extent, Friday after St. Botulph. 

Ilis 3 daughters, aged 22, 18, and 15, are his heirs. 

[Suffolk.] Polstede manor with the advowson (extent given), held of the king 
in chief by 2 knights' fees. (See No. 632.) 

C. Hen. III. File 46. (13.) 

881. Hawis de Nevile. 

Writ (missing). Extent or summary of value of lands sometime of the said 
Hawis. 

[Sussex and Surrey.] Brawatre, Durinton, Walecote, Leybroc, WUaventon 
with its members Grafham and Alveredesham, Didelinge, Wauderne Randes, 
Wauderne Wancy, Alkeborn, Brumleye, Bevenden, Dicheninge. 

Somerset. Bradeford. (See No. 706.) 

C. Hen. III. File 45. (14.) 

882. Richard de Muleford. 

Wnt (missing). Inq. (undated,) 

Edmund, son of John his son and heir, aged 11, is his heir. 

[Wilts.] Muleford. 1 virgate land held of the knig in chief by service of 
keeping the forest of Clarendon. 

Laverkestok. A mill and 16a. land held of Sir Stephen de Muleford 
rendering 1 mark yearly. (See Rot. Fin. 54 Hen. III. m. 11.) 

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883. Hubert de Monte Kaniso. 

Writ (miBs^ing). Inq. (undated.) 

Joan aged 24, and Euphemia aged 20, his sisters, are his heirs. 

[Suffolk.] Stratford. J knight's fee with a capital messuage at Venham 
(extent given) held of the king in chief ; whereof a lady (domino) has J in 
dower. 

Little Venham manor held of Sir John de Valibus for 1 knight's fee ; 
to which pertain 3 knights' fees, viz. — 

Reydon. 1 fee held by Sir Robert de Reydone ; and 1 fee by William 
de Cherevile. 

Turton, co. Norfolk. 1 fee held by John Legris. 
The advowBons of Little Venham, Reydon and Capel pertain to the manor ; 
and Agatha (?) (Agasia) late the wife of Roger de Monte Kanisio is dowered of a 
third part of the whole manor with the advowsons. (See Rot. Fin. 64 Hen. HL 
m. 17.) 

C. Hen. III. FiU 45. (16.) 

884. Peter bishop of Hereford. 

IfVit (missing). Inq. Monday before St. Dunstan. 

[Surrey.] Wimbledon. Certain land (unspecified), held in fee to himself, his 
heirs and assigns. After his death the archbishop of Canterbury took 
seisin thereof, and John, dean of Hereford, came and cut down a tree in the 
name of seisin, but the archbishop forbade his bailiffs of Wimbledon to suffer 
him to have any seisin. Whether the said dean is his heir, or whether he 
had any heir the jury know not, nor whether the king can give up the land 
to the said John without injury to anyone or not. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 45. (17.) 

885. Ellen db Wigeberhe. 

Memorandum of an Inquisition before the sheriff of Somerset and Dorset and 
4 knights (undated). 

[Somerset.] She said that she renounced (se dimisit) the land she held of the 
king in chief in the Marshes and Wigeberhe in the full county (court) of 
Somerset, and still does so. 

Memorandum of an Inquisition of lands which were of the said Ellen (undated). 
Richard le Arussir is her firstborn son and heir. 

[Somerset.] The Marshes and Wigeberhe. 2 carucates land held of the king 
in chief by service of keeping the door of the king's hall. (See No. 754.) 

C. Hen. III. File 45. (18.) 

886. Richard son of John. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated,) 

[Oxford.] Horsepathe. He held no land there on the day when he received 
the garb of religion, because long before he entered the order of Knights of 
the Temple of Jerusalem he enfeoffed the master and brethren of his land in 
Horsepathe. He held nothing of the king. 

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887. BOBERT DE AUDELT. 

Writ (missing). Inq, (undated fragment.) 

Southampton 1 carucate land held of the king, 

whereof late the wife of Richard de la Lande holds 

J in dower. 

burn. 2 hides land held of the king, but whether iii 

fee or not is unknown to the jury. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated and defective.) 

Richard de la Lande held the land which Robert de Audely afterwards 

held, of the gift of King John, but not in fee, and 

afterwards the said Robert held it in marriage with 

his daughter, but the jury think he never had confirmation 

C. Hen. III. File 45. (20.) 

888. William son of Richabd. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.) 

Margaret his daughter, wife of Richard de Taney, i^ his heir and of full age. 

Essex. Stapelford. 2 carucates land. 
Stambreg. 2 carucates land. 
Eumested. 1 carucate land. 
All held of the king in chief of the fee of Reyleg, which is in the king's hand, 
by service of 8 knights' fees. (Comp. No. 764.) 

C. Hen. III. File 46. (1.). 

889. Ralph le Ghambelenc. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated,) 

Suffolk. Assindon. 4a. arable, 7s. rent, a marsh for pasturing 70 sheep, and 
6a. wood, tenure unspecified ; and 40a. arable held of Hubert de Rully in the 
same town, service unspecified. 

Stokes. 60a. arable, 63«. 9d. rent, 6a. meadow, 10a. pasture, 2a. wood, 
&e. held of the king in chief, service unspecified. 

Winemers. Ss. Id. and lib. cummin rent, tenure unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 46. (2.) 

890. GODFBET DE CbAUCUMBE. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.) 

[GLOUCESTBB.J Pinuockshirc (manor) (extent given with names of tenants), 
including lands, &c. in La Forde and La Hide. 

C. Hen. III. File i6.(i^) 

891. Martin Cocus. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.) 

[Cambridge.] Knesworthe and Waddon. 32a. and 5 feet, certain rustic tenants, 
and ^ of Knes worth mill, held on the day he did his homage to Robert 
Picot by service of xV knight, and J of 3«. to the guard of Richemund 
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Enesworth. i virgate land held of Eustace de Boucestre for 4s. yearly, 
saving foreign service. 

But on the day he was outlawed the said Martin had only S^a. in demesne, 
and lQd.j 1 pair of gloves, and 1 lb. cummin rent. 

The tenement was taken into the king's hands at the feast of St. Peter ad 
Yincula next after the peace made between the king and his barons and so 
remained for 1 year and 8 weeks. 

C. Hen. III. File 46. (4.) 

892. William de Ohabnellis. 

Writ {missing). Return of the escheator in co. Leicester with Inq. (undated.) 

Leicester. Suepston. Land (unspecified) held of Henry de Hastings in socage 
by 20«. rent. 

Aylmersthorp. Land (unspecified) held of the said Henry by service of 
one sore sparrowhawk (nisi) yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 46. (5.) 

893. Philip Cocus. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.) 

Thomas Cocus his son, aged 10, is his heir. 

Eent. Ospreng'. A messuage, 22a. arable, da. wood, and 4Sd. rent of assize, <&c., 
held of the king in chief by service of x\j knight's fee, and l^d. every 20 
weeks for the guard of Dover (castle). 

C. Hen. III. FiU 46. (6.) 

894. Robert Doynell. 

Writ (missing). Extent (undated.) 

Wilts. Iwys. Land worth 40«. in demesne, 888. in rent of assize, and ^ mark 
in meadow, held of the king in chief, service unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. File 46. (7.) 

895. William de Elmestbd. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.) 

Maud, his daughter, aged 18i^, is his heir. 

[Kent ?] Elmested. 14a. land and wood held of the king in chief by service 
of 5s. yearly. (See Rot. Fin. 89 Hen. HI. m. 1.) 

C. Hen. III. FUe 46. (8.) 

896. EOBBRT SON OF NICHOLAS. 

Writ (missing). Extent (undated). 

[Warwick.] Great Compton. 7 virgates arable in demesne, 28 virgates and 
8a. arable in villenage, 6a. wood, 10a. meadow, a portion of pasture, Bs. 4d. 
rent of assize, part of a watermill, &c. 

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804 INQUISITIONS. 

897. Peter db Frowyc. 

Writ (missing). Verdict of the men of the ward (cusUxjiia) of Adam de Basing 
concerning the lands, &c. which were of the said Peter (undated,) 

London. 13 shops, 1 upper chamber and a cellar (names of tenants given), 
worth 8Z. 16s. Sd, From which are due to the canons of Mertone 40s., to 
the canons of St. Bartholomew 5 marks, to the hospital of St. Bartholomew 
5s, 4d., and to the hospital of St. Katharine 1 mark. Master Thomas Eswy 
holds the chief house in Ismongerelane, which he recovered from the said 
Peter in the Husting (court) by the king's writ by default made by the said 
Peter, and it is now let for 100s. yearly, and there are due to the lords of the 
fee 47s., and to John Adrian, draper, J mark, and 3Jd. for the king's scotage. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 46. (10.) 

898. Hubert Hese. 

Writ to the sheriff of Leicester, 26 Sept. . . . (defective). Extent (undated 
and defective). 

Leicester. Norburgh manor (extent given). 

C. Hen. III. File 46. (11.) 

899. Nicholas db Hachard. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.) 

His heir is unknown to the jury. 

[Southampton.] [Winchester.] A house outside the gate of Kinggate held of 
the bishop of Winchester by service of 8a. Sd. yearly ; and 10 marks rent 
on St. Giles's Hill similarly held by service of 20a. yearly. 

Wylehal. 32a. rent similarly held by service of 4a. yearly. 

Swanemere. Land which Bornd (?) formerly held of the keeper of the 
granary {hordario) of St. Swithin, Winchester, by service of 20J. yearly and 
2 bushels corn. 

La Brok. 66a. land held of Henry Scorlyng by service of Ito. 
cummin. 

La Strode. 28a. land held of the bishop of Winchester by service of 
14a. 6d. 

Berindon. 24a. land held of John Martin by service of 4a. yearly. 

La Putte. 3a. land held of the heir of Walerand by service of 1 /i. 
cummin. 

Brombrigg; 24a. land, and a messuage with a little meadow, held of 
the bishop of Winchester by service of 3a. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 46. (12.) 

900. Barbata alias Barbota, daughter of William Garwy. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.) 

Laurence, her son, aged 30, is her heir. 

[Essex.] Bemflet. 200a. arable, 20a. wood, 4a. meadow, and 6J marks rent, 
held of the king in chief by service of IJ knight's fee ; 46a. arable and 3«. 
rent, held of the fee of the abbot of Westminste;: rendering 6a. lOJrf. ; 14a. 
arable and 10a. rent held of the fee of the prior of Bissopesgate rendering 
7a. lid. ; and Ja. held of the fee of Lady Maud de Bemflet rendering "2d. 
Martin son of Simon, father of the said Laurence, held all the above by the 
courtesy of England. (See Rot. Fin. 20 Hen. IIL m. 10.) 

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901. William Marmyun. 

Writ (missing). Extent made at Lewes {und^ited). 

[Sussex.] Berewyke manor (extent given), from which are due yearly to Sir 
Hugh Mortein 121. , to Lady Alice de Mairley 35«. 6J^/., to Sir Robert Fogeys 
17«. 9Jf/., to Sir Giles de Argentein lis. 9Jrf., for sheriffs aid 2«. S^d., for 
hundred-silver 9rf., and for suit of county (court) 6s. 8d. 
This extent was made in the presence of the bailiffs of William Marmyun 

whose was the manor, and of Robert Agwilun to whom the king gave it. 

C. Hen. III. File 46. (14.) 

902. Stephen de Meleford. 

Writ (missim/). Inq. {undated.) 

William his firstborn son, who has completed 11 years, is his heir. 

[Southampton ?] Wodefald. IJ hide land held of the lord (bishop) of Win- 
chester rendering 2s. yearly for all services excepting suit of court, and 
because it is socage the jury know not whether wardship pertains to the lord 
of Winchester or not. 

C. Hen. III. File 46. (15.) 

903. Geoffrey Neyrnut. 

Writ (missinfi). Inq. (undafed.) 

John, his firstborn son, is his heir, and of full age. 

Buckingham. Merston and Linlegh manor, held of the king of Almain by 
service of 1 knight's fee. 

Blakegrave. 1 hide land held of Sir Jordan de Archibus by service of 
■} knight's fee. 

La Lee. 1 [car]ucate land held of the fee of Sir Ingeram de Feynes. 

Pychelesthorne and Nethe held of the heirs of Miles 

Neyrnut of Hugeham by service of J knight's fee. 

La Grave near Leycton, held of Sir Geoffrey de Lucy by service of 
J knight's fee. 

Rysenbergh. A watermill held of Richard de la Forde, another held of 
the king of Almain, and the land of La Dene held of Hugh Buffin (services 
unspecified). 

C. Hen. III. File 46. (16.) 

904. William Picot alias Pikot. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.) 

William his son, aged 22, is his heir. 

Essex. Saling. 180a. land, 10a. meadow, 6a. pasture, 13«. 9d. rent of assize, 
180 works, 1 mark rent from Herbert de Markeshal, &c., held of the king in 
chief by service of keeping 1 sparrowhawk. 
Joan mother of William Pikot holds the said land in dower, excepting ? 

1 mark rent. 

(7. Hen, III. FiU 46. (17.) 

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905. Robert db Marisco. 

Writ {missing). Extent (undated). 

Christiana his daughter, aged 6 going on for 7, is his heir. 

[Ireland.] The Vale of Dublin. Extent of a moiety of the land late of 
Walter de Ridelisford, which ought to come to the said Robert by reason 
of his wife, who was one of the two daughters and heirs of the said Walter 
and died before her father. The said Walter had 4 carucates and 25a. land 
in demesne, 61. 3«. l^d. rent of assize, 1 carucate pasture, and 2^ carucates 
land with a moiety of a mill, which are at farm for 117«. lOrf. yearly, doing 
service of 1 knight to the king. Robert de Marisco held no land of the king 
in the vale of Dublin. There is also a rent of IJ lb. pepper. 

C. Hen. III. File 46. (18.) 

906. Gervase de Rabercy. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.) 
Robert his son, is his heir. 

Nottingham. Glapton. 3 bovates land held of the king in chief of the fee of 
Peverel l)y service of summoning the court of Peverel and levying the 
summonses of the exchequer in the fees of Peverel in cos. Leicester, Warwick 
and Nottingham as far as the Trent. 

C. Hen. HI. FUe 46. (19.) 

907. John de Stotevile, the king's adversary. 

Commission (missing). Extent made by the extendors assigned by the king for 
lands of [his] adversaries [in] the hundred of L^dem, (undated fragment). 

[Norfolk.] Bedingham and Wutton arable, 3Ja. meadow 

,3 rent of assize, works, a windmill, &c. 

C. Hen. III. File 46. (20.) 

908. John de Estotevile. 

Writ (missing). Extent (undated). 

Norfolk. Kinborle manor and advowson (extent given). 

C. Hen. III. File 47. (1.) 

909. Hamo de Sancto Quintino. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.) 

William his son, aged 85, is his heir. 

[Essex.] Briche and Purle. 1 knight's fee held of the king in chief through 
the honour of Hageleg ; but he held nothing of the said fee on the day of his 
death except 1 mark rent, because he had sold the whole fee. 

C. Hen. III. File 47. (2.) 

910. Robert de Tregoz, the king's adversary, killed in the battle of Everesham. 

Commission (missing). Extent made in the hundred of Eyneford, before the 
justices assigned to enquire concerning those who were against the king in 
the late war, (undated). 

[Norfolk.] Billingford manor (extent given). Rent of assize received by 
Sir John de Bardeme Sis. M, 

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911. Emma de Waye. 

Writ (missing). Inq. {undated.) 

Philip de Salmunvill, her son, is her heir. 

[Somerset.] Niweton. 1 hide land held of the king in chief by service of 1 
napkin and 1 towel price bs. yearly. 

C. Hen. III. File 47. (4.) 



912. John Wac. 

Writ missing. Inq. concerning lands, &c. of John Wac in Somerset and Dorset, 
{undated.) 

[Somerset.] He. He had a moiety (extent given of rents, goods and 
chattels, <$c.) of Walter Croc. 
Lopene (similar extent given). 
Bert', i hide land (siimlar extent given). 

Duuelis church, which is at farm for 4 marks, and was in the 
sheriffs hand for 3 years, whence 12 marks 6f arrears may be had from the 
sheriff. 

Ichestoke, he had of the lady of Wigeberga ; it is at farm for 4 marks 
8a. 4^;., and the said lady has 13 marks lis. 8d. of arrears, and Robert de 
Pidekeswell 30«. 

He had also the wardships with marriage of Adam de Winesham, and 
Roger Luvel of RedJis (similar extents given) ; and pensions in cos. Somerset and 
Dorset from John de Monte Acuto, the priors of Glastonbury and Lodres, the 
abbots of Muchelenie and Midelton, the lady of Wigeberg' and the churches of 
Stockeland, Givle and Mertoc. 

C. Hen. III. File 47. (5.) 



913. Geoffrey de Querendone. 

Writ (7nissing). Inq. (undated.) 

Ralph his son, aged 24, is his heir. 

Buckingham. Botlecleydon. 9 virgates land held of Thomas de Argenteym by 
service of one mark yearly. The king holds 6 virgates which lie uncultivated, 
the bailiff of the honour of Peverel receiving the issues of meadow and 
pasture since the first inquisition of serjeanty, because he did not make his 
fine, and also the service of 8 virgates; Master Simon de Nevile holds 
1 virgate, John son of Richard de Gleydon 1 virgate, and Isabel Avenel 
1 virgate, by charters ; and the said bailiffs (sic) receive a third part to the 
king's use. 

C. Hen. III. FiU 4:7. (6.) 



914. Robert de Saucbthorp. 
Henry his son, is his heir. 

[Lincoln.] Tynton alias Thynton. 1 carucate land held of the bishop of 
Carlisle by socage, rendering 36«, 6d. yearly. 

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915. H. [db MoNTiBrs.] 

Writ (missinff), Inq. {undated.) 

Robert de Montibus his son, aged 16^, is his heir. 

[Northampton ?] (Unspecified.) 6J virgates land in demesne, a garden, 7<. i\i, 
rent of assize, &c. held of the king by serjeanty of training 1 braehet at the 
king's mandate, receiving ^L daily from the king's purse so long as the 
braehet shall remain in his keeping. 

C. Hen. III. File 47. (8. 



916. Henry de Bratbroc. 

Writ {mimng). Inq. {undated.) 

The two daughters of Walter Ledet, aged 12 and 11, are his heirs. 

[Northampton.] Coreby manor held in fee and inheritance and by the king's 
charter. It was the king's ancient demesne before he gave it to the said 
Henry and his heirs, who held it at fee farm for 10/. yearly. It is in the 
king's hands by occasion of Robert Peche, who was in the Isle of Ely with 
the disinherited, and had the wardship of the manor through his wife, some- 
time the wife of Walter Ledet, by whom she had two daughters who are 
heirs of the said manor. {See Rot. Fin. 25 Hen. III. m. 1.) 

C. Hen. III. File 47. (9.) 



917. Ralph Parmenter. 

Writ {missing). Verdict concerning lands &c. which were of W^illiam son of 

Thorstan in London, and which King John gave to Ralph Parmenter his 

servant as his escheat by charter, {undated). 

He died in the time of King John, year unknown. 

Isabel daughter of Ralph Stoperhang, is his heir, as the jury understand, 
for she came before Sir W. de Eboraco, &c. the last justices of eyre at the Tower, 
and showed that she was his heir as daughter of Avice his sister, and showed a 
charter of King John, which testifies that h^ gave to the said Ralph the lands 
of William son of Thurstan. 

London. All Saints parish. A messuage where hay is sold, known as 
Beurepeyr, held by the said Ralph for life, and by others since (names 
given), but now the greater part is ruinous. 

St. Mary Magdalen parish at the Fishmarket. 4 shops similarly held of 
the gift of King John, and afterwards by others (names given), which, with 
7 small shops since built by Walter Buk, render 20s. yearly to the chief 
lords of the fee, and 20s. to Peter son of the said Walter. 

The Goldsmiths' Quarter in the Cheap of London {Orfaveiia in foro 
Ijondon'). A house and 2 shops similarly held, of one of which the said 
Ralph enfeoffed Robert Blundus for 20s. yearly ; and since held by divers 
others (names given). Of whom the said William son of Thurstan held the 
above, is unknown to the jury from lapse of time. 

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918. Thomas la Veylle. 

Writ (missinf/). 

John his son, aged 22 and more, is his heir. 

Norfolk. Extent (undated). 

Haninges alias Haning alias Haniges manor (extent given), including a 
marsh called Goldingmers, held, with Sudherpingham, by 1 knight's fee, of 
whom is miknown to the jury, but they believe, of Robert son of Roger, the 
heir of Claveringe, who is in the king's wardship. 

Norfolk. Extent {imdated). 

Witton manor (extent given), with a moiety of the church of Redlington, 
held, with Fissele, of the king in chief by service of A knight's fee. 

Norfolk. Extent {undated). 

Fissele manor (extent given), including 80a. l&nd in demesne, whereof 
22Ja. with the messuage held of the king in chief, and the residue held of 
the earl marshal and others, a marsh called Kypesmers, herbage in Upton^ 
and a moiety of the church of Fissele, held, with Witton, of the king by 
service of xV knight's fee. 

Norfolk. Extent {undated). 

Herpingham manor (extent given) held, with Haniges by service of 
1 knight's fee. 

C. Hen. III. Fik 47. (11.) 

919. IVO DE SCRAUELEG. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.) 

William, father of the said Ivo, and who held the following tenements all 
his life, had an elder brother named Thurstan, who had a son Peter, who lately 
made himself the said Ivo's heir, but was born 25 years before the said Thurstan 
married his mother : the said William and Thurstan had a sister named Lucy, 
who in lawful marriage had a son named Ralph, whose son by his wife is 
Godfrey, who now makes himself the heir : which is the nearer heir is left to 
the king's discernment. 

[Warwick.] Screueleg. 1 carucate land, 20«. rent, and 1 W. pepper. 

[Warwick.] 01enhal(?). 10«. rent. 

[Warwick.] Wyleby. 1 carucate land, 20«. in rents and works, and 1 lb. 
pepper. 
All held of the king in chief, service unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. FUe 47. (12.) 



920. William db Welle. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated and defective.) 

Thomas, son , is his heir, and of full age. 

Dorset. Welle. 40«. land held of the king in chief by of being 

the king's baker. 

Swanewiz. 1 knight's fee held in chief of [Henry] de Novo Bm-go, who 
holds it of the king in chief. 

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921 [Ba]skervill. 

WHt {missing). Inq. {undated fragment.) 

his ... , aged 2J, is his heir. 

[Salop ?] Lauton. 2 carucates held of the king in chief, service unspecified. 

[Salop.] Pykethorn. J virgate land (held) of the king in chief, service 
unspecified. 

C. Hen. III. File 47. (14.) 

922. Imbert db Salinbs. 

Writ {missing). Extent {undated). 

[Surrey.] Waleton and Ewell. 46a. land, a curtilage, ,4a. and 3r. of a certain 
escheat, 91. Is. 4^(2. rent of assise, &c. held of the king's bail, service 
unspecified; and they were never accustomed to be taxed. 

C. Hen. III. FU41 47. (15.) 

923. Richard de Tunlande. 

Writ {missing). Inq, {undated.) 

John his son, aged 2^, is his heir. 

Kent. Wodecherche and Bokinge. 40^a. land and 20s. rent, held of the king in 
chief, by 5«. yearly for the guard of Dover castle, and suit at the court of 
Relevet which is of the honour of Hagele. 

C. Hen. III. File 47. (16.) 

924. Richard de Dovor and Rose his wife. 

Wiit {missing). Extcnty Wednesday after St. Matthew. 

Richard, son of Richard de Dovor, aged 21 on the eve of the Purification 
next, is his heir. 

Kent. Chileham, Northewode, Kyngeston, Rudelingewealde and Lesnes manors 
(extents given), held of the king in chief by reason of the barony of 
Chileham, but Lesnes manor does not pertain to that barony but is held of 
the king by homage. 

Dovor. A certain rent with a watermill, worth lOZ. 

Essex. Chilgelforde manor, value unknown. 

To Chileham manor pertain 9^ knights' fees, to Kyngeston manor 2J, 
\ and \ fees, and to Lesnes manor xV ^^^ ic ^^^' 

The advowsons of Rudelingewalde, Kingeston, Northewode, Cherleton and 
Hothfelde in co. Kent, pertain to the said barony. 

C. Hen. III. Fik 47. (17.) 

925. Maud, late the wife of William de Lucy. 

Writ {missing). Inq. {undated.) 

John de Lucy, aged 80, is her heir. 

Gloucester. Lands (unspecified) worth 100s. yearly, held (of the king in chief) 
by service of i of J knight's fee. 

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926. William db Albaniaco, 

tVrit (missing), Inq. {undated.) 

John de Albaniaco, aged 20, is his heir. 

Gloucester. Kingeshome. 2 carucates land in demesne, held of the king in 
chief by service of keeping the door of the king's * dispensarium/ at the 
king's summons ; and a mill called GoswitemuUe, held of the king in chief, 
rendering 158. yearly to the exchequer at Westminster ; which mUl used to 
pertain to the land of Henry de Lesseberewe and Denise his wife. 

Upthone. 1 virgate land held of Sir John de Muchegros, rendering 
yearly to him 208., and to the abbot of St. Peter, Gloucester, 5s. 

(Unspecified.) A messuage held of John de Holecumbe rendering 1 lb. 
pepper, and ^a. meadow, rendering Id.; and 10a. land held of Ralph de 
Walesworthe, service unspecifiedi 

C. Hen. III. FUe 47. (19.) 



927. Peter de la Mara. 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.) 

Sir Robert de la Mara his son, aged 40, is his heir. 

Wilts. Stupellavinton demesne (extent given), held of the king in chief by 
service of 1 shield ; and the said land is now in the king's hands. He gave 
11/. lis. rent in the same town to Sir Roger de Dantese in free marriage 
with his daughter. (See Rot. Fin. 38 Hen. III. m. 11.) 

C. Hen. III. File 47. (20.) 



928. Robert de Turpt. 

Mandate, dr. reciting writ dated 3 Dec, (fragment). 

Inq. (undated.) 

Adam his son, aged 7^, is his heir. 

Cumberland. Edenhal alias Eddenall, 61a. land in demesne, 21 bovates land, 
6Ja. meadow, divers tenements (names of tenants given), a mill, pannage, 
&c. whereof Margery late his wife holds 17a. in demesne, 7 bovates land, 
and 2a. meadow in dower, held of the king in chief, service unspecified. 
(See Rot. Pin. 36 Hen. III. m. 15.)' 

C. Hen. III. File 47. (21.) 



929. Edmund 

Writ (undated fragment). Inq. (missing.) 



G. Hen. III. File 47. (22.) 



930. John 

Writ (missing). Inq. (undated and dejcctive.) 

William his brother (?), aged 30 and more, is his heir. 

[Norfolk?] Waltone. 11a. and Ir. held of Geoffrey le Lord, service 
unspecified. 

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031.0 

Extent and rental {undated). 

[Southampton.] Lemneton borough (full extent and rental with names of 
tenants). When the king shall take tallage of all his boroughs throughout 
England, then the lord can take tallage of his burgesses to the value of 
1 mark. 

Lemneton old town (full extent and rental with names of tenants). 

C. Hen. HI. File 47. (24.) 

932. Thomas de Haya. 

Writ (missing). Inq. {undated but endorsed 80 Hen. III.) 
Alexander his son, a child of 8 years, is his heir. 

[Suffolk.] Livermere. 4a. land held of Matthew de Telnetham, *da. of John 
son of Laurence, and 94a. of Robert de Livermere. [See No. G55.] 

[E. Series I. File 1953, No. 5.] 

933. Richard Daneby. 

Writ {missing). Inq. {unduted but endorsed 34 Hen. IIL) 
Richard his son, aged 23, is his heir. 

[Wilts.] Dulton, 2 carucates. 
Bratton, 1 carucate. 
Both held of the king in chief by serjeanty of finding 1 man at his 
own cost for 40 days in the king's army ; and afterwards that serjeanty 
was rated by Robert Passelewe at 10 marks yearly. 

C. Hen. HI. File 47. (25.) 

934. AvicE Marmioun. 

Writ {missing). Extent {undated). 

[Lincoln.] Wulingham manor (extent given) including a free fishery, whence 
Avice Marmioun seeks dower against Ridell Papilun. {See Rot. Fin. 
26 Hen. III. p. 2. m. 1, and Rot. Pat. 6 Edw. I. m. lOd.) 

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Abbooote [oo. Salop], i?. 280. 

Abb«, Agnes, daughter of Nioholas, 128. 

, Simon, 584. 

Abberton, Adbiugetun, eo. Essex, 92. 
Abberwiek, co. K'homb. See Alburwio. 
Abbetot, Boger de, 601. 
Abbington. See Abington. 
Abbinthon, oo. Gamb. See Abington. 
Abbot, William, 776. 

Abel, Bobert son of, Amy wife of, 122. 
Abel, Bobert son of, William brother of, 122. 
Abingdon, Abindon, Abendon [oo. Berks], 

abbot of, 686, 763, 774. 
Abington, Abbinthon, oo. Camb., p. 160. 
, Great, Abiton, Abbinthon, co. Camb., 

adyowson, 586. 

, manor, 586. 

Abington, Abingeton, Abbington, 

Abintone, PhiUp de, 96. 
Abington, William de, son of Philip, 96. 

, WiUiam de, 776. 

5««HJabinton(?). 

Abiton, 00. Camb. See Abington. 
Aeford, oo. Dorset. See Okeford. 
Aohangre, eo. Kent. See Ackhanger. 
Aohard, NlchohM, 498. 
Aohingre, co. Kent. See Ackhanger. 
Aohton, CO. Lano. See Anghton. 
Aokhanpr, Haohingre, Aohingre, Aohangre, 

Hoagham(?;, oo. Kent, 563 &t«, 774. 
Aekleton, Aelinton [in Worfield parish], oo. 

Salop, 446. 
Acklington, Aolintone [in Warkworth parish, 

00. N'humb.], 164. 
Aole, 00. Bedf . See Oaklej. 

,00. Essex. See OsJdey. 

, oo. Noxf., adyowson, 744. 

manor, 744. 

, place names in, 744. 

00. Staff. See Oaklej. 

Aolethorp, co. York. See A^^ethorpe. 
Aolethorp, Simon de, 743. 
AoUntott, 00. Salop. See Ackleton. 
Aelintone, oo. N'humb. Siu Aokluigton. 



I Aomere [oo. Kent] , 783. 

Aoomb, Akum [in Bywell parish], oo. N'humb. y 
I 691, 773, 804. 

! Aere, del Acre, de Lacre, Walter, 861. 

Acre, Olirer del, 861. 

, Walter del, 861. 

Acfltede, oo. Surrey. See Oxted. 
' Aostede. See Oxted. 

Aoton Ilger, Aoton [in Iron-Acton parish], co. 
Qlouc., 112. 

I , Aketon[inFeltonpariBh],oo.N'hmnb., 

416. 

I [oo. Salop], 1). 280. 

' , Boond. Actone [oo. Salop], 812 (o. 

I 281), 827. 

Acton, Aketon, Adam de, 326, 464. 

, John de, and Petronilla his wife, 250. 

, Nicholas de, 416. 

Adam son of William son of Warin, 335. 

Adam, David son of, 264. 

, Tirille daughter of. 296. 

Adburgetun, oo. Essex. See Abberton. 

Adderbuiy, Edburburi, co. Oxford, 110. 

Adderlegh, co. Hants, p. 275. 

Addington, Adinton, oo. Buck., manor, 468. 

I , Adinton, co. N'hamp., 284. 

I Adelingflet [oo. York]. 5ee Adlingfleet 
I Adelvinton, oo. Chester. See Adlington. 

Adestok, oo. Buck. See Adstock. 

Adingburi, oo. Nott. See Attenborough. 

Adinton, oo. Buck. See Addington. 

, CO. N'hamp. See Addington. 

Adlingfleet, Adelingflet [oo. York], adyowson, 
1>.160. 
' Adlington, Adelyinton [in Prestbury parish], 
00. Chester, 127. 

Admereshey, oo. Bedf., 393. 

Adndno.' iSVe Dauno. 

Adrian, Adrien, John, 638, 897. 

, John, 897. 

Adstock, Adestok, oo. Buck., 140. - 

Aferenges. See Ayerenges. 

Affeton. See Afton. 

Affley [oo. Salop], 801. 

Afflington, Alfrington [in Corfe Castle parish], 
CO. Dorset, p. 161. 

Afton, Affeton, Sir Biohacd de, 288, 564 (j?. 
175). 

Agden, Akeden [in Great Staoghton parish] , 
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Aggevile, Guy de, p, 176. 

, Michael de, p, 176. 

Agglethorpe, Aolethorp [in CoTerbam parish], 

00. York, 7^3. 
Agnes Angevine, wife of William Bardon, ^.r. 
Agwilun, Robert, 901 . 
Aikton, Ayketon, oo. Cumb., 106, 758. 

, advowBon, 762, 758, 811. 

, manor, 752, 811. 

Ailiston, oo. Leic. Sec Ajlestune. 

Ailmersthorp, oo. Leio. See Klmosthorpc. 

Ailmeton, oo. Heref., 649. 

Airy, Ayrath, oo. Cumb., 314. 

Aislaby, Aslakeby [near Pickering], oo. York, 

517. 
Akeden, oo. Hunt. See Agden. 
Akeford, oo. Dorset. See Okeford. 
Akenham, Akeham [oo. Suff.], 282. 

manor, 462. 

Akeny, Boger de, 193, 856. 
Aketon, oo. N'humb. See Acton. 

00. Suff., 566. 

Aketon. See Aoton. 

Akewrthe, co. York. See Oakworth. 

Akford [co. Dorset]. See Okeford. 

AkUd, Akyld, William de, 202, 341. 

Akle, oo. Essex. See 02dtley. 

Akum, CO. N'humb. See Acomb. 

Akyld. See Akild. 

Alan, John son of, 684, 812. 

Alan, Brian son of, 743. 

John son of, 16, 473, 679. 

, >SVe Eslington. 

... Laurence son of, 470. 

, Richard son of John son of, 812. 

, William son of, 827. 

Albamarla, Alba Maria. See Albemarle. 

Albaninoo. See Daubeny. 

Albemarle, Alba Marie, Alba Kara, 

Aubemarle [Aum&le, Frauoe], 

William de, son of Robert, 362. 
Albemarle, Geoffrey de, p. 175. 

heir of, 718. 

, Isabel de, alUns de Gloustre, 362. 

Reginald de, 259. 

, Robert de,2>. 176. 

Roger de, 872. 

earl of, 154, 198, 240, 412, 448, 648, 

744, 800 (p, 265), 843. 

, countess of, 776. 

Albin. Richard, 801. 
Albiniaoo, Albini. See Daubeny. 
Albrighton, Albricton, co. Salop, manor, 286. 
Albriston, co. Glouo. See Ailiston. 
Alburwic, oo. N'humb. [Abberwick, in Aln> 

wiok parish?], 664. 
Alby, Aleby [co. Norf.], adroWBon. 744. 
Aloester, Aiinoestr^ [oo. Wanr.], 524. 
Aloherton, wapentake, 589. 
Aldborough, Audeburg [oo. Norf.], advowson. 

744. 



! Aldbury, Audeburi, Aldeberi, oo. fiertf., 
I manor, 563, 774. 

; Aldeleye. See Andley. 
i Aldeneby. See Holdenby. 

Alderbury, Alwardeburi, oo. Wilts, 874. 

Alderwasiey, Aralewasseleg, oo. Derby, 383. 

Aldeswrh, oo. Deron. See Holdsworthy. 

Aldham, Avelina wife of Peter de, 92. 

Aldington, Aldinton, co. Kent, manor, 156, 
265. 

Aldithelega, Alditheleg, Aldithleie. See 
Audley. 

Aleby [oo. Norf.]. See Alby. 

Alemannia, Henry de, 674. 

Alesford, oo. Essex. See Alresford. 

Alewaston, oo. Derby. See Elvaston. 

Alexander. Agnes daughter of, of Wilberfow, 
470. 

, Geoffrey son of, 867. 

Alexander de Hyton, William son of John 
son of, 555. 

Alfemestone, co. Essex. See Alphamstone. 
' Alfintune in Stanburges hundred, oo. Derou. 
See Alvington. 

Alfisoot, 00. Oxford. Sec ^Uvesoott. 

Alfred, Walter son of. 117. 

Alfreton, Auferton, co. Derby, lands held of 
the fee, 98. 

Alfrington, co. Dorset. See Afflington. 

Alignye, Alignie [oo. Somers.]. SeeAththuij, 

Alinoestre, co. Warw. See Aloester. 

Alingenya, oo. Somers. See Athelney. 

Alkebom, Alkebum [oo. Sussex?]. 706, 881. 

Alkham, Halcham, Alcham, co. Kent, 563. 
774. 

adyowson, 774. 

AUarthorp, Arlathorp, oo. York, 743. 
AUerset, Alleriset, in Shotley, co. N'humb.. 

528. 
Allerton, oo. Nott. See Olierton. 
Allerton Bywater [in Kippax parish, eo. 
York], manor, 418. 
' AUerwash, Allerwas [on Tyne], oo. N'humb., 
824. 
Allespath [oo. Wurw.]. See Alspath. 
Allexton, Harthelakostou. Amy daughter of 

Peter de, 858. 
Ailiston, Albriston [in Lydney parish], oo. 

Glouc, i>i>. 157, 159. 
Almain, king of. See Richard. 
Aimer, Almere, co. Dorset, 110. 

, manor, 75. 

' Alneto, Stephen de, 867. 
Alnou. iSeeDauno. 

Alnwiok, Alneuick, Alnewic, co. N'humb., 
castle guard, 528, 668. 

, inquisition made at, 634. 

, Alod, William, a Gascon, 231. 
I Alphamstone, Alfemeaton, oo. Essex, 605. 
Alresford, Alesford, oo. Essex, 782. 
Alsieshay pork [Assey? in Stanstead Mont* 
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Alspath, Alle8pathe[7tou7 absorbed in Meriden], 

CO. Warw., 834, 812 {p. 280;. 
Alrton [in Bibohester parish], oo. Lane, 385. 
Alston, Biohard de, 385. 
Alta Bipa, Geoffrey de, 470. 
Alteolo. See Halteolo. 
Alton, Aolton, oo. Hants, 211. 
AluriDgwdd [Bingwood?]. co. Hants., p. 175. 
AlTodiston, AWedeston, oo. Wilts., 794. 
Alveredesham, Alyredesham, co. Sussex, 706, 

881. 
Alyeseott, Elveisoot, Alfisoot, Elf eisoot, Alyeee- 

cote, 00. Oxford, 144, 185. 
, Barmersoot and Pithmundisoote in, 

185. 

, manor, 185. 

Alyinffton, West, Alfintune, co. Devon, manor, 

718. 
Alyrddesham, co. Sussex. See Alyeredesham. 
Alwardeburi, co. Wilts. See Alder bury. 
Al-wrinton, Alwenton, co. N'humb., 49. 
Alwriohe, Bichard, 875. 
Amberlej, Amberleye, co. Here!., 109. 
Ambrosden, Ambresdone, Ambredone, co. Ox- 
ford. 808. 

, adyowson, 808. 

, manor, 808. 

Amethulle, oo. Bedf. See Ampthill. 

Ameye, p, 159. 

Amice mother of Baldwin de Insula, p. 176. 

Amice, William son of, 748. 

Amondewill. See Amundeyil. 

Amoundemese, Aumundernes, oo. Lane, men 

of, 264. 

, wapentake of, 41, 406, 409. 

Ampthill, Amethulle, co. Bedf., 546. 
Ampton Qaye [co. Oxford]. See Hampton. 
Amundevil, Amondewill, Bichard de, 10, 860. 
Anebou. See Deneboud. 
Anekesdon, oo, Deyon. See Ingsdon. 
Anesy, de, Daneseye, Danesy, de 

Nesy, Bichard (1;, 197. 

, Bichard (2;, 933. 

, Thomas, 599. 

Anesy, Bartholomew de, 599. 

, Bichard (2) de (son of Bichard (1) ), 

197. 599. 
, Bichard (8) de fson of Bichard (2)), 

938. 

C/. Dantese. 

Angerton [in Hartbum parish], co. Nliumb., 

528. 
Angevin, Aungevyn, Gtooffirey le, 135. 
Angeyin, William le, son of Geoffrey, 135. 
Aogeyine, Agnes, wife of William Burdun, q.v, 
Anglesea, Angleseye, oo. Camb., adyowson of 

priory, p. 160. 
' Angod, land of, p. 154. 
Angre, oo. Essex. See Ongar. 
Angre. See Ongar. 
Antingham, St. Mary [co. Norf.], adyowson, 

744. 
Antingham, Bartholomew de, 522. 



Anyers, John de, 10. 

Apelbi, 00. Leic. See Appleby. 

Apelby, oo. Lino. See Appleby. 

Apelderefeld. Sir Henry de, 813. 

Apelderesfeld, John de, 673. 

Apenticio, la Pentiz,Penticio, William 
de, 310. 
I Apenticio, Nicholas de, 310. 

Apetun. See Appelton. 

Apilton, 00. York. See Nun Appleton. 

Apiltre, co. N'hamp. See Appletree. 
! Appelby, co. Lino. See Appleby. 
I Appeley ferry, co. Salop, 801. 

Appelford, Lucy wife of William de, 
i 782. 

i Appelford, William de, keeper of honour of 
Boulogne in Essex, 381. 

I , WiUiam de (2), 782. 

' Appelton, Appetone, Appeton, 
Apetun, John de, 840. 

' William de, 701. 

i Appelton, John de, 701. 
' , Balphde, 701, 

, William de, 840. 

I Appeltrdley, co. N'humb. See Apperley. 

Apperfield, co. Kent. See Betred. 
' Apperley, Appletreley [in Bywell parish], co. 

I Appeton. See Appelton. 
Appilton [00. York]. /Sc« Nun Appleton. 
Appleby, Apelbi, oo. Leic, 253. 
Appleby, Appelby. Apelby, oo. Line, 65, 191, 

' ,soke, 182. 

Applethwaite, Applethwayt [in Windermere 
parish], oo. Westm., 820. 
' Appleton, CO. York. See Nun Appleton. 
I Appletree, Apiltre, co. N'hamp., 378. 

Aquila, Gilbert de. 500. 

, Juliiina de, 500. 

Araan Isle. See Arran.. 

Arblaster, Areblaster, Arblastar, John 
i le, 533. 

William le, of Giyendale, 851. 

I Archenfield, Urchenefold, Hyrohenefeld in 

Humfrayston, co. Heref ., 20, 109. 
i Archer, Alice wife of Bobert le, 28. 

, , Bobert le, 836. 

1 Archer, Colin le, 484. 

I , Nicholas le, 825. 

' , Nicholas son of Bobert le, 836. 

1 , Bobert le, Alice wife of, 5. 

' Arches, Thomas de, 452. 
I Arohibus, Sir Jordan de, 903. 
i Arci, Arcy. See Daroy. 
I Ardeme, Ardena, William de, saUarius, 
815. 

Ardeme, Eustacia de, 732. 
I , Thomas, son of, 732. 

Z , Sir Thomas de. 453 bis. 679, 776. 

, Sir Walkelin de, 125 bU, 

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Ardlei^, Hardleje, Ardlef, oo. Eawx, 444. 

489. 
Ardmaoh. See Annagh. 
Areinei. See Dareynea. 
ArelewBsaeleg, oo. Derbj, See Alderwasley. 
Arewe, 875. 

Arewelle, oo. Berks. See Harwell. 
Areynes. See Dareyns. 
Argarmeles, Aigarmel [now Birkdale in North 

Meola pariflh] , op. Lane, 143, 318. 

838. 
Argentein, Areenteim, Argenteym, 

Richard de, 93. 
Argentein, Giles de, 93, 901. 

, B<]ger de, 340. 

, Thomas de, 913. 

Arington, oo. Camb. See Arrington. 
Arkelsit, oo. York. See Arkleside. 
Arkesden, oo. Essex, 537. 
Arkesgard, oo. York. See Ajsgarth. 
Arkleside, Arkelsit [in Ooyerham parish], oo. 

York, 743. 
Arlathorp, co. York. See Allarthorp. 
Armagh, Ardmach, arohbishop of, 277. 
Amewd [Arnolds?], co. Hants, jp. 174. 

Amside, Arnolheved. AmolvisheTed [in 

Beetham parish] , co. Westm., 313. 
Arran, Araan, in Scotland, Isle of, 251. 
Arrington, Arington, oo. Camb., 631, 732. 
Artur, Bobert, 51. 

» Robert son of, 51. 

Arundel, oo. Sussex, lord of, 793. 

, earl, earldom, honour, fee of. 221, 

684. 762, iJtp. 278-9. 

, lands of, i»p. 278-9. 

earls of. See Baubenj. 

countess of, lands held of, 222. 

castle, &o., p, 279. 

prior, p. 279. 

, borough, 812. 

.., fishery, 812. 

leprous women of, p, 279. 

, St. James' for the lepers, 812. 

, Swanbume mills, p, 279. 

Arundel, William de, 810. 

Arussir, Biohard le. See Wigeberhe. 

Arynton, Sir Bichard de, 442. 

Asoheleye, oo. Staff. See Ashley. 

Asohleg, CO. Hants. See Ashley. 

Aselakeby, oo. Lino. See Aslaokby. 

Aselakeby. See Aslakeby. 

Asenby, Aystanby, oo. York, 452. 

Asfeld, 00. Snff. See Ashfiold. 

Ashby la Zouohe, Esseby la Zuche, Bsseliy, oo. 

Leie., 776. 

, manor, 735. 

Canons, Esseby [oo. N'hamp.], prior 

of, 878. 

St. Leger, oo. IThamp., 490, 584. 

Ashenfield, Estmeresf end [in Waltham parish], 

00. Kent, manor, 598« 



I Ashfield, Asfeld [in Blackburn hundred], oo. 

Suff., manor, 585. 
Ashford, Esseteford, oo. Kent, 680. 

adTowBon, 680. 

Ashington, Estinton, oo. SomerB., 278. 
Ashley Hay, Asselewehay, Asseleweoshay, oo. 

Der^,333. 
Ashley, 3Easelegh, Asohleg, Esaele [in Hilton 

parish], oo. Hanto, 278, 307, 564 (p. 

174). 

Asselle, oo. N'hamp., 403. 

Essele, Asoheleye, Asshele, oo. Staff., 

15.431,567. 
Ashton, Asserston, eo. Beyon, p* 176. 

Esse [oo. N'hamp], manor, 877. 

, Long, Ayston, co. SomerB.,422. 

Giffard, Ayston [in Codford St. Peter's 

parish], OQ. Wilts, manor, 124. 
Ashnrst, Esherst, oo. Kent, manor, 677- 

, advowson, 677. 

Ask. Hugh de, 743. 

Aslaobi. See Aslakeby. 

Aslaokby. Haslokebi, Aselakeby, eo. Line., 

583. 

, manor, 757. 

Aslakeby, oo. York. See Aislaby. 

Aslakebv, Aselakeby, Aslaobi, Bieh- 

ard de, 517. 
Aslakeby, Biohard de, son of Biohard, 517. 

, Thomas de, 528. 

Aspele, 00. Bedf . See Aspley. 

Aspele. William de, 787. 

Asphale, John de, 732. 

Aspley Guise, Aspele, co. Bedf.. manor, 461. 

, Espleg [in Eooleshall parish], eo. 

Staff., 276. 
Asprevill, Asqiera Villa, Oliver de, 

513. 
Aspreyill. John de. son of OliTer, 513. 
Asselewehay, Asseleweoshay, oo. Derby. See 

Ashley Hay. 
Asselle, oo. N'hamp. See Ashley. 
Asserston, oo. Beyon. Su Ashton. 
Assey, oo. Essex. See Alsieshay. 
Asshele. oo. Staff. See Ashloy. 
Assington, Assindon, oo. Suff., 889. 
Asflpera Villa. See Aspreyill. 
AsthaU, Esthalle. oo. Oxford, 808. 

Lee, Estallingeleye, oo. Oxford, 808. 

Astley, Astleya. EsUeg, oo. Warw., 884, 679 

(jP. 213). 
Aston Clinton, Aston, Esston, oo. Buok., 81. 

, manor, 358. 807. 

Mullins, EstoU; 00. Book., manor, 468. 

Ingham, Eston, Astnn, oo. Heief., 5, 

-le- Walls, Aston, co. Nliamp., 878. 

Bowant, Eskon, oo. Oxford, 763. 

[near Oswestry, oo. Salop], p. 279, 

1>.28L 
Eston [in Mnnslow parish], eo. Salop, 

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As tan — rane. 

Botterell, Eiton BotoreU [oo. Wop], 

p. 280. ^ 
Eyre, Wetenaston Wetenestone [in 

MoiriUe pariah, oo. Salop], 122, 812 

(p. 280). 
Oantlow, Hasten, co. Wanr.. manor. 

340. 
Astrop, Estrop [in Newbottle and King's Sut- 
ton], CO. N*hamp., 732, 776. 
Astwood, Estwode [in Stoke Prior parish], oo. 

Wore., 458. 
Aswardby, Aswardeby, eo. Line, 206. 
Athehiey, Alignye, Alingenya. Alignie, oo. 

Somers., abbot of, 267, 316, 864. 
Attenborough, Adingburi, oo. Nott.,advow8on, 

810. 
Attenho [by Somboom], co. Hants, 417. 
Attepet, Atte Putt, Walerand, of 

MerdoD, 498. 
▲tthere, Einznay of Stanford, 625. 
Atthere, Henry, 625. 
Anbemarle. See Albemarle. 
Audeburg [co. Norf .] See Aldborough. 
Aodeburi, co. Hertf. See Aldbury. 
Andeham, Thomas de, and Isabel his wife, 

661. 
Audlejr, Audelev, Aldithelega, Dau- 

dele, Audithele, Aldeleye, Audi- 

thele, Alditheleg, Audedeleff; 

James de, 788, 789. 

, Bobert de, 887. 

Audley, Sir James de, 267, 306. 

Maurice de, 10, 789. 

Balphde, 789. 

, William de, 11. 

Auethorp, oo. Lino. See Hawthorpe. . 
Aufeld,cb. Line., 864. 
Aoferton, co. Derby. See Alfreton. 
Aufirton, Agnes wife of Bobert de, 48. 

, Thomas de, son of Agnes, 43. 

AughtOD, Aohton [near Ormskirk], oo. Lano.. 

263. 
Aula, Boger de, 238. 

, Walter de, of Walesby, 674. 

C/. Walesby. 

Aulton, 00. Hants. See Alton. 
Aumale, abbot of, 471. 
See Albemarle. 

Aumondemes, Aumundernes, oo. Lane. See 

Amonndemess. 
Anneby, co. Cumb., 814. 
AnngerriU, Hugh de, 568. 
Aungeryn. See Angeyin. 
Auno. See Dauno. 
Aur [oo. Glouo.] See Awre. 
Anre, John de, 417. 

, , esoheator in Somerset, 267. 

AosterOeld, Westerfeud, oo. York, 108. 

Areley, Auveliers [oo. Essex], 651. 

Avene. See Areneye. 

Avanel, William, 4. 

, William, 278, 307, 325. 



Ayenel, Duloie, 4. 

Isabel, 913. 

, Nicholas, 278, 825. 

Sir William, 227, 278. 

, William, Joan wife of, 325. 

family, 278, 

Aveneye, Avene, Geoffrey de, 868. 
Ayeneye, John de, son of (Geoffrey, 868. 
Avarenches, Averenges, Averynff, 

Aferenffes, Averench, Haver- 

eng^s, Everenges, John de, 407. 

Maud de, 563, 774. 

Ayerenohes, Amice wife of John de, 407 

Henry de, 668. 

, John de, 268. 

, Maud de, Mabel daughter of, 774. 

barony of, 563. 

Ayerham, Egram, co. Nott., manor, 378. 
Ayisford, Ayesford, co. Sussex, hundred, 812. 
Awile. See Hiiuyile. 
Awre, Aur, co. Glouc, p. 156. 

, mediety of church, p, 157. 

Axstede. See Oxted. 
Aykesgard, co. York. See Ayt^garth. 
Ayketon, oo. Cumb. See Aikton. 
Aylesford, Eyllesford, Ayllesford, oo. Kent, 

810. 

, manor, 760. 

Ayleston, Peter de, 474. 

Aylestone, Ayleston, Ailiston, Ayliston, oo 

Leic, 411, 776, 801. 
Ayleworth, Eleworth [in Naunton parish, co. 

Glouo.], 544. 
AyliBham [co. Norf.]. See Aylsham. 
Aylmersthorp, co. Leic. See Elmsthorpe. 
Aylxicliy Eylricb, parker of Woodstock, 

541. 
Aylsham, Aylesham, Aylisham [eo. Norf.], 

522, 810. 
Aynho, Eynho, co. N'hamp., 164. 
Ayrath, oo. Oumb. See Airey. 
Aysdale, Hasdale, oo. York, p, 266, p. 268. 
Aysgarth, Arkesgard, Aykesgard, oo. York 

748. 

, adyowBon, 748. 

Aystanby, oo. York. See Asenby. 
Ayston, 00. Somers. See ABhUm, 



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Baard, Alexander, 254. 

Babingley, Babbingele, co. Norf., manor, 146. 

Babraham, Badbnrham [co. Gamb.], 706. 

Babworth, Babwrthe, co. Nott., 77. 

Bacohesor, co. Glouc. See Batsford. 

Baehampton, John de, p, 176. 

Backwell Bayouse, Baowell, oo. Somers. 

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Baokworth, Baokewrth [noif eaUed Jjetch 

Houses, in Bywell pariah], oo. K'humb. 

691. 778. 804. 
Baowell. oc. Somers. See Baokwell. 
Badburham [oo. Oamb.]. See Babraham. 
Baddesley Ensor, Baddeslegh [oo. Warw.] , 453. 
Baddow, Great, Badewe [oo. Essex] , 781. 
, Little, Badue Parva, Badewe, oo. 

Essex, 476. 

, manor, 595. 

Badeliston, co. Bed!. See Battlesden. 
Badesthom, oo. Deyon. See Batteshorne. 
Badewe [oo. Essex] . See Baddow. 
Badger, B4^sore co. Salop, 446. 
Badmondisfleld, Badmundefeld, Badmundes- 

feld [in Wickhambrook parish], oo. 

fiuff., manor, 166, 818, 809. 
Badue, oo. Essex. See Baddow. 
Bagber, Bakeber [in Sturminster Newton 

parish], oo. Dorset, p. 161. 
Bagesore, oo. Salop. See Badger. 
Bagesouer, Baggesore, Philip de, 446. 
Bagesset, oo. Berks. See Bagshot. 
Baggesate, Bagessete, Geoffrey de, 

882. 
Baggesore. See Bagesouer. 
Baggewrh, John de, 582. 
Baggot, Bagod, Heryey, 218, 827. 
Baginton, Bathekinton [oo. Warw.], 458. 
Bagod. See Baggot. 
Bagshot, Bagesset, oo. Berks., manor, 382. 

serjeanty, 832. 

Baillol. See Balliol. 

Baiocis, Bays, John de, 159. 

Baioois, Stephen de, 159. 

Suspirus de, 782. 

, Thomas de, 1). 168. 

Bakeber, oo. Dorset. See Bagber. 

Bakebere. John de, 580. 

Bakepuz, de Bakepucio, Q-eoffrey, 808. 

Geoffrey, and Emicyna his wife, 157. 

Bakewell, Bauoquell, oo. Derby, manor, 168. 

Balderton, oo. Nott., 896. 

Balesham, oo. Camb. See Balsham. 

Balle, John, 679. 

Balliol, Baillol, Baylloil, BaUoil,Bal- 

liolo, Baylol, Baylloil, Ada de, 

220. 

Hugh de, 778. 804. 

, John de, 691. 

Balliol. Ada de, Hugh and Robert sons of. 

220. 

, Ada daughter of John de, 820. 

Alexander de, 804. 

Gilbert de, 441. 

, Helewisa wife of Eustace de, 752. 

, iS<e Levynton. 

, Hugh de, 220, 691. 

Sir John de, 191,812, 418, 633, 782, 

778. 
John de, DevorgiUa wife of, 443, 691, 

773, 



Ballisburg, co. Lane. See Bilsboxough. 

Balloil. See Balliol. 

Balne [in Snaith parish], co. York, p. 267. 

Balsham, Balesham, oo. Oamb., 705. 

, Oxeoroft manor in, 807. 

Balun, Auda wife of John de, 189. 

, Sir John da, 181. 

Bambrongh, Bimburg, Bamburk, Banbur^, 
Bannbug, Bimboro, oo. N'hnmb., 31. 

, oastle, 499. 609, 672, 686, 720, 888. 

, hospital of, 414. 

Bamflet, oo. Essex. See Benfleet. 

Bampton, Bamton, Biunton, co. Bevon, 262. 

manor, 189. 

Bjimton, 00. Deyon. See Brauntcm. 

Banburk, oo. N'humb. See Bambrough. 

Banham, oo. Norf., 688. 

, manor, 744. 

Baniard. See Baynard. 

Binningham, Banigham [oo. Norf .], adyowaon, 
744. 

Banstead, Bensfcede, co. Surrey, manor, 461. 

Barat, William, 254. 

Barber, Simon le, 524. 

Barbling. See Barmling. 

Baroombe, Berkaump, oo. Sussex, 706. 

Baroote, Berekote [oo. Berks.], 663. 

Bardele, co. Salop. See Bardley. 

Bardeme, Sir John de, 910. 

BardEeld, Great, Berdefend, Bardefeld, oo. 
Essex, p. 157. 

manor, p. 154. 

, Little, Berdef eld, Par?a Berdefud. 

Berdefeud, oo. Essex, advowaon, 742. 
, manor, 530 (p. 160), 669, 742, 871. 

, Bromhull pasture in, 742. 

Bardley. Bardele [in Stottesden parish], oo. 
Salop, 446. 

Bardney, Barthen [oo. Lino.], abbot &o., of, 
822. 

Bardolf, Bardol, Osbert, 496. 

Bardolf, Bobert, 496. 

, Sir William, 708. 

Bardolfeston, co. Dorset. See Burlestone. 
I Bare. See Barre. 

; Barevill, Barvill, Barevile, Bichard 
I de, 208. 

, Bobert de, 877. 527, 670. 666. 

I Bareyill, Bobert de, son of Bichard, 208. 

, Emma wife of , 570, 666. 

, Joan and Alice de, daughters of 

I Robert, 377, 527, 570, 666. 

I , William de, p. 266. 

I Barewe, co. Glouo. See Barrow. 
, 00. Somers. See Barrow. 

Barford St. Martin, Beref ord. oo. WilU, 227. 
j 278. 

I , adyowson, 227. 

Barkby, Barkeby, oo. Leic, 776. 
I Barkewrth, co. Lino. See Barkwith. 
I Barking, Berkinge, oo. Essex, abbess of, 348. 



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Barkwith, Barkewrth, oo. Lino., 61. 
Bulefltoiie, Berliston [in Market Bofwoith 

parish], 00. Leic, 776. 
Barlinch, Berlix [in Brompton Begia ptrish], 

00. Somen., priorj of, 407. 
Barling, Barmling, oo. Kent, manor, 698. 
Bannlingy Barbling, Bobert de, 698. 
Bambow, Bamebu [near Barwiok in Elmet, 

CO. York], 418. 
Bamingham, Berningham, oo. Su£f., 582. 
Bamiide in Colne, Bemesete [in Whalley 

parish, oo. Lano.], 418. 
Bamstone, Berneston [in Langar parish], oo. 

Nott., 283. 
Barre, Bare, Gerard de la, king's oross- 

bowman, 86. 
Barre, John de la, 449. 
Barrow Gomey, Barewe, oo. Sumers., 530 

(p. 158). 

, manor, 710. 

Borroirden, Berwedon, Berudon, oo. Butland, 

adTOwson. 679. 

, manor, 387, 679. 

Barry, Darid de, 254. 

Barthen, oo. Lino. See Birdney. ^ 

Barthon, oo. Lino. See Barton. 

, 00. N'humb. See Barton. 

Barton Peverel, Berton, oo. Hants., 37. 
[on Humber], Barthon, co. LinO'i 

377. 527. 570. 791. 
Bsndish, Berton Binnedioh, oo. Norf., 

manor, 155. 

Earl's, CO. N'hamp., 304. 

Barthon [in Whittingham parish], oo. 

N'humb., 300, 478, 4&, 610, 664. 
.the king's, oo. Wilts. See Marl- 
borough. 

le Street, Barton, oo. York, 810. 

, 00. York, 743. 

Barrile. BarrilL See BareTill. 

Banrick in Elmet, Berewyk [oo. York], 

manor, 418. 
Basevile, Basevill, Hawisia de, 737. 
B^soTile, Sir GUbert, 454. 

, Joan de, 737. 

Bashley, oo. Hants. See Baylnolislegh. 
Basing^ oo. Hants. , 822. 
Basing, Adam de, ward of. 897. 
Basingefeld [oo. Nott.]. See Bassingfield. 
Baskervill, — , 921. 

, Walter de, 20. 

, Sir Walter, son of, 20. 

Basset, Basseth, A^es, 247. 

, Isabel, 500. 

Philip, 807, 818. 

:..., Balpb, of Weldon, 408. 

, William, 140. 

BasMt. Lady Ella, 807. 

w., Sir Gilbert, 500. 

Heloise wife of PhUip, 807. 

John son and heir of Henry, 10. 

Maud wife of William, 140. 



Basset-— eont. 

Sir Philip, 670. 

exeentorsof, 786. 

, Balph, of Drayton, p. 258. 

Sir Balph [of Weldon], 166, 168. 

Sir Balph, 288. 

Bichard son of Balph, 403. 

Bichard, of Weldon, 491. 

Biohard, 732. 809. 

, Bobert son of John, 140. 

, Eoger, p. 267. 

, William, Maud wife of, 140. 

Bassildon, Bastlesden, co. Berks., 10. 

Bassingboum, Bassinflcebum, Bassingburn, oo. 
Camb., 187,661,708. 

, oastle, 708. 

, manor, 661. 

Bassingburn, Warin de, 708. 

Bassingburn, Baldwin de, 776. 

Bassingfield, Basingefeld, oo. Nott., 611. 

Bastard, fees of, p. 176. 

Bastlesden, oo. Berks. See Bassildon. 

BatayL Batailhe, Batail, Batayll, 
JSmery, 250. 

Batayl. Peter, 250. 

Peter de la. See Peter de Faudon ? 

Bobert, 478, 610. 

, Saher, son of Emery, 250. 

Bate, Adam del, 773. 

Bogerdel, 773. 

, Thomas del, 773. 

Bateman, Maud wife of William, 617. 

Batesford, oo. Suff. See Battisford. 

Batesthome, oo. Devon. See Batteshome. 

Bath, bishop of, 298, 860. 

Bathley, Bathele. oo. Nott., 587. 

Batbonia, Bath, Reginald de, 328. 

Bathonia, Henry de, 215. 

John de, 740. 

5eeBatton. 

, Beginald de, son of Beginald, 328. 

Bathun, William, 750. 

Batsate, Christina daughter of Maud de, 502. 

Batsford, Batthesor, Baoohesor, Begesoure, 
00. Glouo., 5, 470. 

Batteshorne, Batthestom, Batfesthorne, Bates- 
thome, Badestbom [in Honiton parish], 
CO. Devon, 278, 307, 326. 

Battisford, Batesford, co. Suff.» manor, 515. 

Battlesden, Badeliston [oo. Bedf .], p. 158. 

Batton, John de. 728. See Bathonia. 

Battle, la Bataille [co. Sussex], abbey. 235, 
868. 

Bauequell, co. Derby. See Bakewell. 

Baudein. Biohard, 51. 

Baudet, John, 384. 

Baudot, Elias son of John, 384. 

Bauerton, oo. Heref., 654. 

Baunbug, oo. N'humb. See Bambrough. 

Baunton, oo. Devon. See Bampton. 

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Bautre, co. York. See Bawtry. 

Bavent, William de, 266. 

Bavent, Jolland de, son of William, 266. 

Bawtrv, Bautre. oo. York, 108. 

Bayllol, Baylol, Baylloil, Bayllol, Bayloyl. 
See Balliol. 

Baylnolislegh, oo. Hants. [Bashley ?],p. 174. 

Bajmard, Baniard, Ismannia, 790. 

Baynard, Fulk, 522. 

Robert, 520. 

Roger, 790. 

fee of, 744. 

Baynard's oastle, 586. 

Bays. See Baioois. 

Beaohampton, Bichehampton, oo. Buck., 247. 

Beachborough, Beloheberohe. co. Kent, p. 173. 

Bearl, Berehill [in Bywell parish], oo. 
N'humb.,191. 

Beauchamp, Bello Campo, Beuchamp, 
liiles de, 696. 

, Nicholas de, 881, 832. 

, Bobert de, 864. 

William de, of Bedford, 516. 

, , of Elmley, 695. 

Beauolwtnp, lady Ida de, 516, 656. 

, Idonea, wife of William de, of Bed- 
ford, 281. 

, Johnde, 696. 

, Miles de. 323. 

, Richard de, 193, 696, 856. 

, Robert de(l), 81. 

, (2), 592, 864. 

, Sir Roger de, 776. 

, Simon de, 461. 

Thomas de, 811. 

Sir William de, 393. 

, William de (of Elraley), the elder, 

and Isabel his wife, 679. 

, the younger (afterwards Earl 

of Warwick), 679. 

.of Bedford, 166,281.693. 

, , Idonea wife of, 281. 

,of Eton, 328. 

, land of, 586. 

£iee Belohampc. 

Beaumont, Beaumunt, oo. Essex, 827. 

Beaureper, in Sherborne St. John, q.v. 

Boaute, Sir Thomas de, p. 174. 

Beauyer, Byauver, William de, 282. 

Bee, Bek, del, Delebek, Ralph, 582. 

, Ralph son of Henry, 582. 

Beoh [Debaoh?] oo. Suff., chapel, 471. 

Beoh, John, 145. 

Beohe, oo. Camb. See Waterbeach. 

Beohefeld, co. N'humb. See Bitohfield. 

Beohehampton, co. Buck. See Beaohampton. 

Bechham, co. Norf. See Beckham. 

Becke. See Beket. 

Beckele, co. Oxford. See Beokley. 

[oo. Salop], 2?. 280. 

Beckering Holto^, Bekering, oo. Jjinc., 791. 



Beckham, Beohham, co. Norf., 419, 504. 
Beckingham, Beginham. Bekingham, oo. Nott., 

709. 
Beck jay, Gaie [in Bedston parish, co. Salop], 

p. 280. 
Beckley, Beckele, co. Oxford, advowson, 808. 

, manor. 808. 

Beckney, Bekener, co. Essex, 100. 
Bedelesmere, Gunoelin de, 681. 
Bedestone [oo. Salop]. See Bedston. 
Bedewinde [oo. Wilts]. See Bedwin. 
^ Bedford, barony of, 461. 
Bedinfeld, Adam de, 744. 
Bedingham [co. Norf.], 907- 

manor, 762. 

Bedminster, Bodminstre. co. Somara., p. 158. 
Bedston, Bedestone [co. Salop], p. 280. 
Bedwin, Bedewinde [co. Wilts.], ' le Bruz 

of, 178. 
Bedworth, Bodewrth, oo. Warw., 679. 
Beeohamwell, Bichamwell, oo. Norf., adrow* 

son, p. 153. 
Bdeley. Belev [in Bakewell parish], co. 

Derby.'^SlO. 
Beelsby, Belesbi, co. Line., 448. 
Beetham, Bethum, oo. Westm., manor, 313. 
Begesoure, oo. Glouo. See Batsford. 
Beginham, oo. Nott. See Beckingham. 

Beilby, Beleby [in Hayton parish], co. York, 

471. 
Beisin. See Beysin. 
Beitun, oo. Hants. See Bighton. 
Bekener, oo. Essex. See Beckney. 
Bekering, oo. Lino. See Beckering. 
Bekering, Bekeri^, Bikerye, Thomas 

de, (1;791. 
Bekering, Thomas de, 528. 

Thomas de (1), Mary wife of, 791. 

Thomas de (2;, 791. 

, fee of, 396. 

Beket « Becke, Neal, of Southampton, 

722. 
Beket, Valentine. 722. 
Bekingham, oo. Nott. See Beckingham. 
Bel, Bobert le, 354. 
Bel, Adam le, son of Robert, 354. 
Belaugh, Belhagh, Belagh, Bellbawe, Bell- 

haye, CO. Norf., 743. 
manor, 153. 

Belaulney, Bello Alneto, William de, 

614, 560. 
Belaulney, Baldwin de, son of William, 514. 
Belauney, co. Hants. See Belney. 
Belchamp Otten, Belehamp, de Bello Campo, 

Bello Campo Ottonis, oo. Essex, 379, 

488. 
Belchampe, John de, 758. 

iSfee Beauohamp. 

Beloheberohe, co. Kent. See Beachborougb. 
Beleby, oo. York. See Beilby. 
Belefprd, co. N*humb. See Belford, 



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Beleford, Carinas [Warin?] de, 202. 
BelegraTe, co. Leic. See Belgrave. 
Belesbi, oo. Lino. See Beelsbj. 
Belet, John, 10. 

, Michael, 882. 

Robert, 169. 

Beley, oo. Derby. See Seelej. 

Belej, Margery de, 810. 

Belford. Belcford, eo. N'humb.. 202, 216, 341. 

Belgrave, Balegrave, oo. Leic, 776. 

Belhagh, oo. Norf. See Belaugh. 

Belk. Henry del. 283. 

Bella Aqua, Laderena wife of John de, 800. 

BellafBkgo, Bellofago, Boufou. Bich- 

ard, son of Bichard de, 73. 
Bellafago. Henry de, 78. 

Biohard de and Elayre his wife. 57. 

, Biohard de (son of the last), 57. 

Bellasis, Beuasis, Beuasys [in Stannington 

parish], oo. N'humb., 683, 776. 
Bellhawe, oo. Norf. See Belaugh. 
Bellhnye, oo. Norf. See Belaugh. 
Belling'. Walter de, 614. 
Bello Alneto. See Belaulney. 
Bello Campo. See Beauchamp. 
Belney, Belauney [in Southwick parish, co. 

Hants]. 660. 
Beltoft, Beutoft, Alan de, 671, 709. 

, Robert de, 671. 

Godfrey, Roger and Laurence de, 709. 

Belyoir, Belyer, oo. Line., 11. ' 

Bemflet [oo. Essex]. See Benfleet. 
Bexnflet, Alexander de, 672. 
Bemflet, John de, 672. 

, Msndde, 900. 

Bendeng, Bexmenges, Bendig, Ben- 

denies, John de, 176. 
Bendeng, John de, 317. 

Simon de, p. 176. 

, Thomas de, 176. 

Benedict, the canon, 605. 

Benetfeld, John de, 488. 

Benetlegh, oo. Wore. See Feckenhain. 

Benetly. oo. Essex. See Bentloy. 

Beneton [oo. Hertf.]. See Bennington. 

Benfield, Benefeld. [in Stanstead Montfichet 

parish, oo. Essex], manor, 711. 
Benfleet, Bamflet, Bemflet. co. Essex, 672, 900. 
Benges, oo. Snfif. See Bing. 
Benham Valence, co. Berks, 79. 

manor, 868. 

Beniger. See Berenger. 

Beninton [oo. Hertf.] . See Bennington. 

Bennenf^. See Bendeng. 

Benxiington, Beninton, Beneton [oo. Hertf.], 

manor, 6. 

, hononr, 764. 

Benson, Bensindon, Bnnsinton, oo. Oxford, . 

manor, 808. 
four and a half hundreds of Benson 

apd Henley, 808, . 



Bensted, oo. Hants. See Binsted* 

Bentley, Great, Benetly, co. Essex, adyowton, 

686. 

, manor, 686. 

, Benetlegh [co. Wore.], bailiwick in 

Feckenham forest, 770. 
Benton, co. York, 636. 
Benwell, Benwel [in Newcastle], oo. N'humb., 

628 1n». 
Berbr', Gilbert de, 114. 
Beroam.. oo. Hertf. Bee Berkhampstead. 
Berchot, Geoffrey, 471. 
Bercleye. See Berkeleye. 
Berdefeld, co. Essex. See Bardfield. 
Berdefeud. See Bardfield. 
Berdefud, co. Essex. See Bardfield. 
Bere Regis, Bere, oo. Dorset, manor, 174, 

660. 

, hundred, 174. 

Beroford, co. Wilts. See Barford. 
Berehill, oo. N'humb. See Bear!. 
Berekote [co. Berks.] . See Baroote. 
Berekote, William de, 668. 
Bereminton, oo. Hants, p. 174. 
Berenger, Beniger, John, 794. 
Berenger, Ingram, 794. 
Berewyk, Berewik, oo. Wilts. See Berwick. 
Berewyk [oo. York]. See Barwiok. 
Bcrewyke [oo. Sussex]. See Berwick. 
Berham, Thomas de, 622. 
Berindon [oo. Hants], 899. 
Berkaump, oo. Sussex. See Barcombe. 

Berkeleye, Berkele, Bercleye, Giles 

de, 16. 

, Nicholas son of Boger, 612. 

, Nicholas de, 640. 

Berkeleye, Giles de, 640, 812 (p. 280). 

, Henry de, J). 157. 

, Katherine, wife of Arnold de, 784. 

(Berlay), Maurice de, 112, 630 

(p, 168). 

, Nicholas de, ;}. 167, p. 169. 

.Sir Ralph fson of Nicholas), 612. 

, Thomas de, and Joan his wife, 776. 

, Sir Thomas do, 732. 

, William de, 798. 

, Denyswifeof, 16. 

, barony. 362. 

Berkeswell, co. Warw., 679. 
Berkhampstead, Beroam, co. Hertf., borough, 

, honour, 808. 

Berkinge, oo. Essex. See Barking. 
Berlay. See Berkeleye. 
Berlinges, Berling, co. Kent. See Birling. 
Berliston, co. Leic. See Barlestone. 
Berlix, oo. Somers. See Barlinch. 
Bermondsey, Bermundsoy [co. Surrey], prior 

and conyent of, 813. 
Bernard, John son of, 468. 
Nicholas Aon of, 89^ 



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Bernard, Bernard son of Nicholas son of, 39. 

, Sir Hugh son of, 487. | 

John son of, 179, 693. i 

, Bobert son of, 264, 409. 

Bemers, Balph de, 673. 
Berneseto [oo. Lano.] See Barnside. 
Bem^ston, oo. Nott. See Barnstone. 
Bemham, oo. Norf. See Bumham. 
Bemingham, oo. Suff. See Barningham. 
Bemingham, Eustace de, 682. 
Bemival, Reginald de, 428. 
Berniyal, Wolfram de. son of Reginald, 423. 
Berrick Prior, Berwyk, Berwik [in Newington 

parish], oo. Oxford, 772. 
Berry Pomeroy, Biry, honour, 362. 
Bene, oo. Wore. See Feokenham. 
Bert., CO. Somers., 912. 
Berton, oo. Hants. Sec Barton. 
Berton Binnedioh, co. Norf. See Barton 

Bendish. 
Berton, co. Wilts. See Burton. 
Berton, the lord of, 774. 
Bertram, Bertrem, Boger, of Bothal, 

620, 607. 
Bertram, Bobert, 607. 

, Boger. of Bothal, 24, 416. 609, 691, 

716. 720, 773. 804. 

, , Laderana relict of , 607. 

, lady Sarah, of Bothal, 620. 

Bertred, oo. Kent. See Betred. 

Berudon, Berwedon, co. Rutland. See Bur- 
rowden. 

Berwick, Berewyke [oo. Sussex] , manor, 901. 

Berewik, co. Wilte., 417. 

advowson, 417. 

, manor, 417. 

, Kyngesmers and la Sterte in, 417. 

Basset t, Berewyk, CO. Wilts., manor, 

807. 

Berwik, Berwyk, co. Oxford. See Berrick. 

Berwyk, Hugh de, 772. 

Richard de, 772. 

Besewik, co. York. See Beswick. 

Besford, Besseford [in Shawbury parish], co. 
Salop, 308. 

Besilles, BezUl. Matthias de, 718. 

Besilles, John de, 718. 

Besseford, oo. Salop. See Besford. 

Beswick. Besewik [in Kilnwiok parish] co. 
York. 691. 

Befchnm, co. Westm. See Beetham. 

Bethum, Balph de, 313. 338, 390. 

, Thomas de, 143. 

Bethum, Joan de, daughter of Ralph, 313. 

;. ...Sir Ralph de, 253. 

, Robert de, son of Ralph, 890. 

Betred, Bertred [now part of Apperfleld in 
Cudham], oo. Kent, 813. 

Beuasis, oo. N'humb. See Bellasis. 

Beuchamp. See Beauehamp. 
Beufoa. William, 893. 
C/. Bono Fossato. 



Beuznes, Botunes, Betunays, Bobert 

de, 566. 
Beumes, Reginald de, son of Robert, 666. 

, Robert de, p, 161. 

Beumont, Beumunt, John de, p, 176. 

Philip de. p. 176. 

Beutoft. See Beltoft. 
Beuyile. See Beville. 
Bevendean, Beyenden [in Falmer parish, oo. 

Sussex], 706, 881. 
Bererage, William. 876. 
Beverington [noto Rodmill by Eastbooms], 

00. Sussex, 882. 
Bevorinffton, Alicei wife of Philip de, 

382. 
Beverington, Walter de, 382. 
Beverley, Beyerle, John de, 763. 
Beverstone, Beverstane, oo. Glouc, advowson. 
710. 

, eaitle, 710. 

, manor, 710, 

BewUle, BeuvUe, William de, 368. 
Beville, Randolph de, son of William. 368. 
Bewcastle. Buohecastre, Botheoaster, Bnth- 

oaster, oo. Cumb.. 199, 811. 
Bewlw, CO. Salop. See Bolas. 
Beysin, Beisin, Adam de, 603, 667. 
Beysin, Mabel de, 667. 

Robert de, 608, 657. 

Bezill. See Besilles. 

Biauver. See Beauver. 

BichamwoU, co. Norf. See Beechamwell. 

Bickley, Bykeleg, Bykele, Bikleg [oo. Devon]. 

p. 174. 
church, i>. 176. 

manor, p. 176. 

Biore, Lambert de, 146. 
Bioton, Buketon, co. Devon, 420. 
' Biddest^n, Budeeton, co. Wilts., 428. 
Biddlesdon, Butlisden [co. Buck.], abbot of, 

808. 
Bidecumbe, p, 169. 
Bidun, Bydun, John de, 323. 

, wife of. See Maud de 

Richeford. 

, , heirs of, 823. 

Bifeld, 00. N*hamp. See ByBeld. 

Bighton, Beitun, co. Hants., 272. 

Bigot, le Byeod, Bygot, Bigod, Boger, 
Url of Norfolk, 744. 

Bigot. Sir Hugh, 116, 264, 442, 744. 

Hugh, justiciary, letter of, 463. 

.writ to, 476. 

. Sir Rozer, earl of Norfolk, earl mar- 

rfial, 19S. 282, 419. 462. 743, 744.849, 

, , Aline wife of, SA ^«"\ 

Sir Roger son of Hugh, 744. 

barony, 744. 

1 Bikenor, CO. Glouo. fif^e English Bicknor. 

Bikeryg. .See Bekering. 
I Bikleg, CO. Devon. Sec Bickley. 



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BlldeetOH, Bilteston [oo. Buff.], adTOwson, 

628. 

.manor, 623. 

Bileigh, Bil^.Bjleg [nearMaldon,oo. Essex], 

abbot of, 279, 688. 
Billesbi, oo. Line. See Bilsby. 
Billesloy, Billoele, co. Warw., 679. 
Billingesham paatare in Serenhampton, oo. 

Wilts., 664. 
BiUingford, oo. Norf., manor, 848, 910. 
Billlngsley, BiUingesIe, Billingesley, oo. Salop, 

manor, 503, 667. 
Bilne^, Bilneya, Bilneye [oo. Norf.], 844. 

manor, 806. 

Blisborough, Ballisburg, co. Lano., 41. 

Bilsbj, Billesbi, oo. Lino., 266. 

Bilteston [oo. Suff.]. See Bildeaton. 

Binetre, oo. Norf. See Bintree. 

Bing, Benges [in Pettistree parish], co. Suff., 

manor, 894. 
BioBted, Bensted, co. Hants., 211. 
Bintree, Binetre [eo. Norf.], 29. 
Biroh, Great Briohe, co. Essex, 440. 

manor, 860. 

, Little Briohe [co. Essex], 909. 

Biroh? Bmges, co. Heref., 866. 

Biroham Magna, Breoham, oo.Norf.,adTOWBon, 

p. 166. 

, manor, p. 166. 

Biroholt, Bjroholt [near Stradbroke ?], co. 

Suff., 462. 
Birethe, John de, 809. 
Birewilce, oo. Salop, p. 280. 
Birkdole, co. Lano. See Argarmeles. 
Birkenside, Byrkinside [inShotley parish], 

CO. N'humb., 628. 
BirJey, Bar lee [in Brampton parish], oo. 

Derby, 163. 
Burling, Berling, Berlinges, oo. Kent, ohuroh, 

818. 

manor, 818. 

[in Warkworth parish, oo. N'humb.], 

164. 
Birton [oo. Nott.] . See Bnrton Joyce. 
Birton, William de, 416. 
Birton, Bichard de, son of William, 416. 
Buy, Adam, 418. 
Biry honoor. See Berry Pomeroy. 
Biset, Walter, 261. 
Biset, Bobert, 693. 

, Thomas, 261. 

Bishops Stortford, oo. Hertf . See Stortford. 
Bisilthe, Omer de, 762. 
Biimor, oo. Salop. See Bushmoor 
Bisseye, oo. Hertf. Su Boshey. 
BitoUleld,Bechefeld [inStamfordham paruh], 

CO. N'homb., 691, 773, 804. 
Bittesby, Butlisby [in Claybrooke parish], co. 

Leio., 776. 
Bitwraeyo, oo. Beron. See Twinyes. 
Bhrell, oo. N'humb. See Bywell. 
BlacfoidBby, eo. Leio. See Blaokf ordby. 



Blaohale, oo. Cumb« See Blookhill. 
Bloohington, oo. Sussex. See Blatohington. 
Blaokboarton, Burthon, co. Oxford, 417. 
Blackbumshire, Blakebnmesire, oo. Lano., 

wapentake of, 41, 418. 
BhMkfordby, Blacfordeby [in Ashby de la 

Zouoh parish], oo. Leic, 776. 
Blaokgrore, Blakegraye, co. Buck., 908. 
Black Heddon, oo. N'humb. See Heddon. 
Blaokhill. Blaohale [in Carlisle], oo. Cumb., 

848. 
Blackmoor, Blakemore, oo. Dorset, forest, 730. 
Blaokmore, Blakemore [oo. Wore.], forest, 
; p. 156. 

, Blackthorn, Blakehume, Blakethume [in 

Ambrosden parish] co. Oxford, 808. 
Bladis, Hugh de, 708. 
' Blaisdon, Bleohesdon, oo. Glouo., manor, 606. 
Blagdon, Blakedon [in Collaton parish] , co, 

DoTon, 660. 
Blakebumesire, oo. Lano. See Blaokburn* 

shire. 
Blakedeley, oo. N*humb. See Hedley. 
Blakedon co. Dayon. See Blagdon. 
BUkefen [near Bar wick in Elmet, oo. York], 

418. 
Blakeford, Awice de, 799. 

Bobert de, 262. 

Blakeford, Ayioe wife of Bobert de, 262. 

Johnde, son of Bobert, 262, 799 

Blakegraye, oo. Baok. See Blaekgroye. 
Blakeham, Joan wife of Boger de, 92. 
Blakehume, eo. Oxford. See Blackthorn. 
Blakemore, co. Dorset. See Blackmoor. 

CO. Woro. See Blackmore. 

Blakeneye, Walter de, 606. 
Blakeshal [oo. Soff.]. See Blaxholl. 
Blakeston ferry, p, 176. 
BUkethurne, co. Oxford. See Blackthorn 
Blakeyill, William de, 661. 
Biakhedley, oo. N'humb. See Hedley. 
Blanohland, oo. N'humb., abbot of, 628. 
Blanomostre, oo. Salop. See Oswestry. 
Blandford, Lange Blaneford, oo. Dorset, 872. 
Blanef ord Bryan, oo. Dorset. See Bryanston. 
Blonmoster, William de, 704. 
Blatohington, Blachington. co. Sussex, mill, 

tTi. 

Blatherwiok, Blalherwio, Blatherwyk, Blather- 
j wik, CO. N'hamp., 166. 491. 

manor. 809. 

Biannkmoster [oo. Salop]. See Oswestry. 
Blaxhall, Blakeshal [oo. Suff.], adyowson, 744. 
Blean, Blen, co. Kent, p, 166. 
Bleosby, Bleseby [in Legsby parish] ,.co. Line., 

661. 
Bleohesdon, co. Glouo. See Blaisdon, 
Bleohesdon, Bleohisdon, co. Oxford. See 

Bletohington. 
Blen, CO. Kent. See Blean. 
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Blenoow, Blenkhaw, co. Gumb., 314. 
Blandeck, Blendec, Blendek, Blend- 
deck, Henry de, 628. 

, John de, 881. 

Blendeok, Henry de, son of John, 831. 

, John de, 628. 

Blenkhaw, oo. Cumb. See Bleneow. 
Blescingell, Blesoingelt, oo. Surrey. See 

Bletohingley. 
Bleseby, co. Lino. See Bleasby. 
Bleseby, Boger de, 561. 
Bletohingley, Bletohingele, Bletchingelege, 

Bietoingell, Blesoingelt, co. Burrey, p. , 

167. I 

, adTowBon, p, 158. i 

borough, I?. 153. 

manor, p. 168, p. 160. i 

Bletohington, Blechisdon, Blecbesdon, co. 

Oxford, 218, 859. 
Blcyres, Sir Gerard de, 811. 
Bliburgh, Bliburg [co. Sufif.], manor, 559. 
Bile, 00. N'humb. See Blyth. 
Blodowauham, oo. Salop. See BlodweL 
Bloduoryaur [oo. Salop]. See Blodwel. 
Blodwel-yoghan, Blodowauham, co. Salop 

p. 279. 
Blodwel-vaur, Bloduortaur, oo. Salop, p. 279. 
Bloet, Thomas, 254. 
Blond. See Blundus. 
Blumberg. See Plumberghe. 
Blamenhull, Mar^ry de, 431. 
Blnnd. See Blundus. 
Blondelfel, co. Gumb. See Blunderfiold. 
Blunderfleld, Blondelfel [in Kirkoswald 

parish], co. Gumb., 811. 
Blnndevill, Banolph de, earl of Ghester, 125. 
Blundus, le Blund, le Blond, Andrew, 

447. 

, John, 671. 

Bobert, 550. 

, William, 585. 

Blundus, Gustanoe wife of John, 217. 

, Beginald son of Bobert le, 550. 

, Robert, 917. 

Thomas, 822. 

Blunsdon, Bluntesdon, oo. Wilts, 564. 
, Broad. Brodebluntesdon, co. Wilts, 

664. 
BluntesdoD. CO. Wilts. 5ce Blunsdon. 
Bluntesdon, Brian de, 564. 

, Roger de, 664. 

, Walerand de, 564. 

Blunts Hall, Blunteshale [in Witham parish], 

00. Essex, 848. 
Blye, Bobert de, 579. 
Blye, Thomas de, 579. 

Blyth dene, la dene de Blie, co. N'humb., 683. 
Boarhunt. Burghunte, Burhunto, oo. Hants, 

660. 
Boby, CO. Lino. See Boothby. 
Booohenhale, oo. Staff. See Bucknall. 



Bochred [oo. Radnor]. See Boughrood. 
Bookenfield, Bokenfeud [in Felton parith], «o. 

N'humb., 416. 
Bockingfold, Bogingefaud, Bokingefaud [in 

Goudhurst parish] , oo. Kent, manor .563. 

Beggebroo in, 563 

Booland, Neal de, p. 174. 

Boolaund, oo Dorset. See Buckland. 

Boelond, co. Somers. See Buckland. 

Bootheyt [oo. Derby ?] mill, 43. 

Bocton, 00.' Kent. See Bonghton. 

Bocton, Boctun, Ellas de, 88. 

Bocton. Peter de, son of Ralph, 88. 

Boculond, 00. Devon. See Buckland. 

Booun. See Bozun. 

Boddham, co. Norf. See Bodham. 

Boddington, Botinton, Botingdon, co. Glooc., 

p. 157. 

manor. 311. 

Bodeham, co. Heref. See Bodenham. 
Bodekesham, co. Gamb. See Bottisham. 
Bodekeside. See Budekeside. 
Bodeneia, Bodeneye, co. Norf. See Bodney. 
Bodenham, Bodeham, co. Heref., 606. 
Bodewrth, co. Warw. See Bedworth. 
Bodham, Boddham, co. Norf., 504, 510. 

, advowBon, 504. 

Bodham, Boddham, William de, SOL 
Bodham, Ranulph de, son of William, 604. 

William de, 510. 

Bodmeshill, co. Nott. See Bothamsall. 
Bodney, Bodeneye, Bodeneia, oo. Norf., 588, 

844. 

manor, 306. 

Boelton, oo. Lane. See Bolton. 
Boelton. See Bolton. 
Boghes, Gerard de, 251. 
Bogingefaud, oo. Kent. See Bockingfold. 
Bogingefaude, Thomas de, 668. 
Bohim, Boun, Bouin, Boum, Hum- 
phrey de, 654. 
Bohun, Franco de, 454, 812 (p. 279). 

Henry de, Esurl of Hereford, 871. 

Humphrey de, and Eleanor his wife, 

654. 

, , Humphrey son of , 654. 

Sir Humphrey the younger, Joan wife 

of, 587. 
Humphrey de, Earl of Hereford and 

Essex. 588, 6.'>8. 
Bokeby, co, N'hamp. See Buckby. 
Bokehurst wood, co. Kent, 813. 
Bokelond, oo. Devon. See Buckland. 
Bokenfeud, co. N'humb. See Bookenfield. 
Bokesworth, Bokeswrthe, Robert de, 580, 778. 
Boketon, co. Norf. See Boughton. 
Bokolt forest. See Buokholt. 
Bolam, Bolum, co. N'humb, 791. 

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Bolebec, Bolebek, BoUebec, Bulebek, 
Bollebek, Bolebocb, Gilbert de, 

82. 

Herbert de, 673. 

, Hu^hde, 628. 

Bolebec, Ralph de, 240. 

, Gilbert, 673. 

, Herbert de, son of Gilbert, 82 

Hughde, 191,413, 689. 

, , wife and daughters of, 528. 

.barony, 791. 

honour of , 686. 

, list of fees of, 628. ~ 

Bolehurst, eo. Bedf . See Bolnhorst. 
Bolesourers, oo. Derby. See Bolsover. 
Bolefryk, oo. N'hamp. See Bulwiok. 
Bolingbroke, Bolingbrooh, fee of Countess, 

266. 
Bolinghope, Bolingehop, oo. Heref. Set Bul" 

linghant. 
Bolland, co. N'humb., grange, 49. 
BoUe, John, of Ipswich, 361. 
BoUebeo, BoUebech. See Bolebec. 
Bollen Fee, Bolyn [in Wilmslow parish] oo. 

Chester, manor, 841. 
BoUisdun, oo. N'humb. See Bowsden. 
Bolnhurat, Bolehurst, oo. Bedf., 569. 
Bolsover, Bolesourers, oo. Derby, 327. 
Boltby, Bolteby [in Feliskirk parish], co. Tork, 

824. 
Bolteby, Nicholas de, 824. 
Bolteby, Adam de, 824. 
Bolteston, oo. Westm., 820. 
Bolton le Sands. Boelton, Bothelton. oo- Lane., 
167, 518. 602. 

Castle, Little Bolton [in Wensley 

parish], oo. York, 743. 

Percy, Boulton, co. York, 663. 

West [in Aysgarth parish] , co. York, 

743. 

Bouelton, co. York, prior of, 296. 

Bolton, Boulton, Bothelton, Bonelton, 
Bouelton, Elias de, 167. 

, Henry son of Goditha de, 518. 

Simon son of Michael de, 602. 

Bolton, John de. 518. 

, Simon de, son of Elias, 167. 

, Thomas de, 470. 

, William de, son of Simon, 602. 

Bohim, CO. N'humb. See Bolam. 

Bolyn, CO. Chester. See Bollen. 

Bonby, Bondeby, co. Line. 134, 674. 

Bondarmstwick, oo. York. See Bond Burst- 
wick. 

Bond Burstwiok, Bondarmstwick, co. York, 
471. 

Bondeby, oo. Line. See Bonby. 

Boneton. co. Kent. See Bonnington. 

Boneton, John de, 774. 

Bonevill, Bonevil, Nicholas de, 692. 

BoneTiU, William de, 592. 

Boney, Boneye, oo. Nott. Set Bunny 



Bennington, Boneton, oo..K6nt, 774* 
Bonofossato, Geoffrey de, 10. 

C/. Benf oz. 

Boothhy Graff o, Bohy, eo. Lino., wapentake, 

Bootle, Bolele, Botle [in Walton-on-Hill 
parish], oo. Lane, 263. 313, 338, 390. 

Bordesley, Bordesle [in Tardebigg parish, oo. 
Wore.], abbot of, 363, 624. 

Bordet. See Burdet. 

Boreham, Borham, co. Essex, manor, 596. 

Boreton, Burtun [in Condover parish], eo. 
Salop, 136. 

Borewardeley. See Burewardesle. 

Borham [co. Essex]. See Boreham. 

Borham, Bobert de, 595. 

Borham, Hervey de, p. 161. 

Philip de, 595. 

Borhunte. See Borghunte. 

Borisworth, oo. Leio. See Bosworth, Hus- 
band's. 

Borley, Borle, co. Essex, 648. 

advowson, 471. 

manor, 471. 

Bomd, keeper of the granary of St. Swithun, 
Winchester, 899. 

Borough Green, Burg. co. Camb., 491. 

Borrehard, Philip de, 254. 

Boscher, Henry, 10. 

Boschiri, William, p. 174. 

Bosoo, Sir Emald de, 311, 776 (p. 257). 

, Joan wife of Emald de, 842. 

Richard do, 679. 

Bosden, Bosedon [in Cheodle parish], co. 
Chester. 126. 

Bosemere, oo. Suff. See Bosmere. 

Boseworth, Boseworhe, co. Leic. See Bos- 
worth. Market. 

Bositon, 00. Hants. See Bossington. 

Bosmere, Bosemere, oo. Suff., hundred, 462. 

Bossington, Bositon, co. Hants, 25. 

Boston, CO. Line, 145, 756. 

tolls of. 281, 337. 

Bosworth, Husband's, Borisworth, oo. Leio., 
411. 

Market, Boseworth , Boseworhe, oo. 

Leic, 411, 776. 

Botekeeham, co. Camb. See Bottisham. 

Boteland, Robert de, 804. 

Botelc, CO. Lane. See Bootle. 

Boterel, Thomas, 814. 

Boterellis, Botereaus, Botereus, 
Boterell, Aubrey {AVbreda) de, 
731. 

Boteroliis, Albreda de, 371. 

Reginald de, J). 281. 

Botesford [co. Davon]. See Bottesford. 

Bothal, Bothalle, Bobhale, co. N'humb., 520 
607. 

, barony. 607. 

Bothamsall, Bodmeshill, co. Nott., 77. 
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Bothelton, oo. Lano. See Bolton. 

Bothelton. See Bolton. 

Botiler, Botiller. See Butler. 

Botingdon, Botinton, co. Glonc. See Bod- 

dington. 
Botle, 00. Lano. See Bootle. 
Botleoleydon, oo. Back. See Claydon, St. 

Botolph. 
Botteiford, Botegford [oo. Deyon], 60. 

, manor, p, 174. 

Boltirlawe, oo. N'hunib. See Butterlaw. 
Bottisham, Bodekesham, Botekesham, co. 

Camb.. jp. 160. 
Bouecome, oo. Hants. See Bowcombe. 
Booelton [oo. York.] See Bolton. 
Bouelton. See Bolton. 
Boufou. See Bellafago. 
Boughrood, Boohred [oo. Badnor], 186. 
Booghton Aluph, Booton, co. Kent, manor of, 

88. 

Monohelsea, Booton, oo. Kent, 401. 

Boketon, oo. Norf., 724. 

Bouin. See Bohun. 

Boukholte, oo. Hants. See Buokholi. 

Booland [oo. York]. See Bowland. 

Boullers. See Bulers. 

Boulogne, leper hospital of, 88. 

Boulogne, honour of, land held of, 18, 92, 

166, 166, 279. 301, 804, 360, 379. 441. 

483. 638, 686, 623, 661, 669. 704, 708, 

742, 764, 782, 807, 809, 871. 
, keeper in Essex. See Appel- 

ford. 
Boulton, eo. York. See Bolton. 
Boulton. See Bolton. 
Bourn. See Bohun. 
Bournes. See Beumes. 
Bonn. See Bohun. 
Bourne Hall, Brone, co. Lano., 666. 
BoTile, Hawisia de, 663. 

, Phaipde.348. 

Boyingdon, Buniton rectius Buyiton [oo. 

Hertf.], 216. 
Boyy, North, Bovi, oo. Deron, 660. 

, manor, 826. 

Bowoombe, Boueoome [in Carisbrooke parish, 

L of W., 00. Hants], manor, p, 176. 
Bowland, Bouland [oo. York], forest, 418. 
Bowsden, BoUisdun, Bollisdon [in Lowick 

parish] , 00. N*humb., 202, 216. 
Bowthorpe, Buohtorp, oo. Norf., adyowson, 

760. 

manor, 760. 

Box, la Boxe [in Minohinhampton parish], 

00. Glouo., 493. 
Box and Stockbridge, Boxe and Stoobrugge, 

00. Sussex, hundred, 812. 
Box, Boxle, la Boxe, eo. WUU., 194, 449. 
Boxe, Samson de la, 449. 
Boxele, oo. Kent. See Boxle/. 
Boxford, Boxhore, oo. Berks., 79. 
Boihore, oo. Berks. See Boxlord. 



Boxle, 00. Wilto. See Bot* 
Boxley, Boxele, oo. Kent, 401. 
Boxsted [co. Sn£f.] iSee BoxUd. 
Boxstede, oo. Essex. See Boxted. 
Boxstede, John de, 606. 
Boxted, Boxetode, oo. Essex, 491, 606. 

Boxsted [oo. Suff.], 369. 

Boybeye. See Boyllay. 

Boylestone, Boyleston, oo. Derby, 369. 

adyowson, 369. 

Boyllay, Boybeye, Hamel de, 660, 826. 

Boynton, Humphrey de, p. 176. 

Boyntune, John de, 668. 

Boythoip, Lady Isabel de, 314. 

Boyton, oo. Kent, manor, 693. 

Boyton, Bobert de, and Mary his wife, 629. 

Boyyill, Sir William de, 768. 

Bosun, Boion, Bocon, Busun, Bobert, 872. 

, Roger, 11.97. 

Braokyng. co. Hertf. See Braughin. 
Bradboume, Bradebom, oo. Derby, 333. 
Bradefeud, oo. Suff. See Bradfield. 
Bradeford, oo. N'humb. See Bradford. 

, 00. Somers. See Bradford. 

Bradeford, Alexander de, 838. 

, John de, 634, 686. 

Bradeford, Alexander de, 634. 

, Sibyl, daughter of Alexander de, 

838. 
Bradele, Bradeleg, oo. Lino. See Bndley. 
Bradelegh, co. Berks. See Bradley. 
Bradelegh, oo. Wilts. See Bradley. 
Bradeleie, oo. York. See Bradley. 
Bradeleye, Balph de, 448. 
Bradeleye, Geoffrey de, son of Balph, 448. 

Brademere, William or Widter de, 

746. 
Brademere, Bichard de, 746. 
Brademire, oo. York. See Burstwiok. 
Bradeneston, Bobert de, 601. 
Bradenham, Bradeham, oo. Buck., manor, 

668. 
Bradesole [in Poulton, oo. Kent] , abbot of St. 

Badegund's. 663. 
Bradeston [oo. Deyon], p. 176. 
Bradewell, oo. Essex. See Bradwell. 
Bradewell [oo. Suff.]. See Bradwell. 
Bradfleld St. Glare, Bradefeud, co. Suff., 

manor, 289. 
Bradford Bryan, Bradeford [in Wimbome 

Minster parish], co. Dorset, 776, 780. 
Bradeford [in Bambrough parish], oo. 

N'humb., 686, 838. 
Bradeford [in Bolam parish], oo. 

N'humb., 791. 

, 00. Somers.. 706, 881. 

, manor, 706. 

, West, Brafford [in Mitton parish], 

00. York, 418. 
Bradkirk, Bredekik, Bretekirka [in KiridiHi 

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Bradley, Bndele^ [in Ghieyeler pariah! oo. 
Berks.. 221. ^ 

Bradeleg.Bradele, oo.Lino., 223,448. 

) Borwardele [in Barton parish], oo. 

Salop, manor, 503, 557. 

Bradelegh, co. Wilts., 221. 

, Bradeleie [in Coverham parish], oo. 

York. 743. 

Bradninoh, Braneys, Braidne*. co. Devon, 
manor and adyowson, 23. 

Bradwell, Bradewell, co. Essex, 260, 830, 833. 

, , CO. Suff., manor. 521. 

Bradworthe, Simon de, 418. 

Braedon, co. Wilts. See Braydon. 

Brafford, oo. York. See Bradford. 

Brageham, Agnes wife of Warin de, 323. 

Braham, Biohard de, 516. 

Braidnes, oo. Devon. See Bradninoh. 

Brailes, Breyles, Braill, Breylis, Breles. oo. 
Warw., 679. 

, manor, 558,679. 

Bramley, Bromie, Brumelay, Brumleghe, 
Bromleye, Brumleye, oo. Surrey, 706, 
881. 

manor, 198, 505. 

BramptoD, prior of, p. 280. 

, Bromton [co. Heref.], 703. 

Brian, Brompton [co. Heref.], p. 280. 

, Chapel, Brampton , oo . N'hamp. , 732 . 

00. N*hamp.. manor, 301. 

, Little, Brompton [in Hopesay 

parish, co. Salop], jp. 280. 

Brampton, Bramton, Thomas de, 724. 
Brampton. Andrew de, 522. 

, Sir Brian de. 404. 

, William de, 296. 

Bramton. Sw Brampton. 
BramBhill.Bromsalle,Brome8hull [in Eversley 

parish], oo. Hants., 10, 224. 
Brandon, Braundon, fee of, 378. 

Holm, 00. Suff., 711. 

Brandon. William, 776. 
Braneys, oo. Devon. See Bradninoh. 
Brankeston, oo. N*hmnb. See Branxton. 
Branteston, co. Leic. See BrauDstone. 
Brantingham. Brentingham, oo. York, 636. 
Brantiston, oo. Leio. See Braunstone. 
Branton, oo. Devon. See Braunton. 
Branxton. Brankeston, oo. N'humb. , 202. 
Bratferton, Elias de, 771. 
Bratferton. Biohard de, 771. 
Brathelaf. oo. Westm., 820. 
Bratton [in Westbury parish], co. Wilts., 197, 

933. ' 

Braughin, Braokyng, oo. Hertf. hundred, 809. i 
Branndon, fee of. See Brandon. , 

Braunstone, Branteston. Brantiston, oo. Leic, I 
411, 776. j 

Braunton, Brauntune, Branton, Bamton. | 
oo. Devon, 262. 

manor. 799. 

hundred. 352. 



Brawater, Brawatre [oo. Sussex]. See Broad- 
water. 
! Braybroc, Henry de, 916. 
' Braybroc, Robert de, 781. 

Braydon, Braedon, in Savernake forest [oo. 
, Wilts], 868. 

Brohe, Osbert de la. 768. 
i Breamore, Bremmora. Brummore [co. Hants], 
manor. 50. 

priory, 776. 

Breante, Fawkes de, 827. 

Breoh, Andrew de la, 10. 

Breoham, co. Norf. See Birohain. 

Brecknock honour, 606. 

Bredbury [in Stockport], co. Chester, 125. 

Brede. Bobert de, 287. 

Bredekik, co. Lane. See Bradkirk. 

Bredon. Balph de, p. 257, p. 258. 

Brehull, oo. Buck. See Brill. 

Brekedore, Balph. 743. 

Breles. co. Warw. See Brailes. 

Bremeefeld, Matthew de, le messer, 875. 

, Bremesgrave.. Brother Banulph de, preceptor 
of the New a>emple. 796. 

Bremmora, co. Hants. See Breamore. 
, Bren, co. Salop. See Bryn. 

Brenchley. Brencheele, co. Kent, p. 154. 

Brening, co. Essex, j). 153. 

Brent Broughton. co. Lino. See Broughton 
Brant. 

Brent Eleigh [oo. Suffolk]. See Eleigh. 

Brentingham, oo. York. See Brantingham. 

, Brenton, Brunton [in Ezminster parish, oo. 
Devon], p, 176. 

Brerley, Brerelay. co. York, 296. 

manor, 296. 

Bret, Brut, Brett, Gilbert le, 2. 

, Hugh le, 651. 

Balph le, 349. 

William le, 730. 

I Bret, John le, 651. 

, Moses le, 580. 

, Balph le, 730. 

, Balph son of. 730. 

William le, 554. 

family. 597. 

Bretekirke. co. Lano. See Bradkirk. 

Bretenham, oo. Norf. See Brettenham. 

Brethenham, co. Soff. See Brettenham. 

Bretherton [in Croeton parish], oo. Lane, 

253, 313, 33a 
Breton, Bretun, Boger le, 192. 

, William le, ^91. 

Breton, John son of William le, 491. 

, John le, 588. 

Boger le, son of Boger, 192. 

, Thomas le, 110. 

, a Norman. 206. 

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Bitettenham, Bretenham, oo. Norf., 396. 
Brethenham, oo. Su£f./ adyowson, 

p. 163. 
Bretun. See Breton. 
Breweys, heirs of, 352. 

Brewham, Bryuham, oo. Somers., manor, 811. 
Breyles, Breylis, oo. Warw. See Brailes. 
Briohe, oo. Essex. See Birch. 
Brichtlingeseye, Brihtlingeseya, Os- 

bert de, 92. 
BriduB, ohaplain, cappelamu, 746. 
Briokhill, Bow, Brikuli [oo. Book.], manor, 

631. 
Briddifituysil [oo. Lane] , 418. 
Bridford, Brideford, oo. Devon, manor, 63. 

728. 
Bridgeford, Brigeford, oo. Nott., 611. 

ohuroh, 611. 

Bridgnorth, Brug, Bruges, oo. Salop, 286. 

, prior of hospital of, p, 168. 

, Parva, 286. 

Bridgwater, Bruge Walter!, oo. Somers., 147. 

,oastle, 147. 

Bridiport, oo. Dorset. See Bridport. 
Bridport, Bridiport, oo. Dorset. 702. 

oustom of the town, 702. 

Brigeford, oo. Nott. See Bridgeford. 
Brigge, John de la, p, 175. 
Brigham [in Skeme parish], oo. York, 691. 
Brihtlingeseja. See Briohtlingeseye. 
Brikesham, co. Devon. See Brixham. 
Brikuli [oo. Buok.]. See Brickhill. 
Brill, Breholl, oo. Buok., manor, 393. 
Brimfield, Brimfeud, oo. Heref ., manor, 160. 
Brineston, oo. York. See Burneston. 
Brining, co. Lano. See Bryning. 
Brinkbum, Brinkebum. oo. N'humb., priory, 

609. 
Brinkel, Hugh de, 470. 
Brinkley, Brinkele, oo. Camb., 491. 
Brinnington, Bruninton [in Stockport], oo. 

Chester, 125. 
Brioyn, Brion, Bryan, Simon de, 110. 
Brioyn, Margaret de, daughter of Simon, 110. 

Walter de. 110. 

Bristol, prior of St. John, p. 169. 

barton of, p. 166. 

Bristol!, Juliana daughter of Walter de, 

712. 
Britannia, Sir John de, 708, 822. 
Britanny, 17. 

Britenoles, William de, 647. 
Brito, Bandolph, 491. 

C/. Breton. 

Briwere, Bruer, Bruyre, Brywer, 

Joan, 697. 
Briwere, William de, p, 176. 

William, the elder, 139, 697. 

, , the younger, 139. 

, Alice sister of, 139. 

Briwes. See Bras. 



Brixham, Brikesham, oo. Devon, 63. 

manor, 728. 

Broad Blunsdon, co. Wilts. See Blmudon. 
Broad Town, Brodeton, oo. Wilts, manor, 807. 
Broadwater, Brawatre [co. Sussex], 706, 881. 

, manor, 706. 

BroD, CO. Wilts. See Brook! 

Broo. See Brok. 

Brockton, Brocthon, Brocton, Broctun [in 

Sutton Maddock parish], co. Salop, 170, 

801. 
Brocthon, co. Salop. See Brockton. 
Brocton, co. Lano. See Broughton. 
Brodebluntesdon, oo. Wilts. See Blunsdon. 
Brodeton. co. Wilts. See Broad Town. 
Brok, la [co. Hants], 899. 
Brok, Broc, la Broc, Isabel or Sibyl 

de, lady of Chetton, 317, 366. 
Brok, Robert de, 601. 

, Sibyl de, 749. 

Brokedis, Alice wife* of William de, 896. 

Brokesheved, co. Essex. See Broxted. 

Broket, John, 470. 

Brora. 00. Warw. See Broom. 

Brombrig [co. Hants]. 899. 

Brome [co. Salop], p. 280. 

Bromehalwe. Bromehallehau, oo. N*hamb. 

See Brumbaugh. 
Bromehill, Bromliil, oo. Norf., priory, advow- 

son of, 711. 
Bromehurst [oo. Salop]. See Broomhurst. 
Bromeley, Walter de, 773. 
Bromeshull, co. Hants. See Bramshill. 
BromeshuU, Henry de, 10. 
Bromeswell, Bromiswell [oo. Suff.] advowsoil, 

744. 
Bromford, Alan de. 738. 

Simon de, 733. 

Bromiswell [co. Suff.]. See Bromeswell. 
Bromland. oo. Somers. See Brompton Regis. 
Bromle. oo. Surrey. See Bramley. 
Bromle. See Bromley. 
Bromley, Bromelegh, oo. Essex, 447. 

, oo. N'humb. See Broomley. 

R^is, Bromle, Bromleg, co. Staff.t 

manor, 105, 434. 
Bromley, Bromle, Phelipe, wife of Geoffrey 

de, 431. 

Walter de, 691, 804. 

Broraleye. oo. Surrey. See Bramley. 
Brompton [co. Heref.]. See Brampton. 

[oo. Salop] . See Brampton. 

Regis, Bromland, Brumpton, co. 

Somers., 407. 

manor, 268. 

Brompton, Sir Brian de, p. 280. 
BromsuUe. co. Hants. See Bramshill. 
Bromton, co. Heref. See Brampton. 
Bromyard, oo. Heref., 626, 666, 703, 823. 
Bromyorok. oo. N'humb., 691, 778. 804. 
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Broagarth, eo. Salop. Se^ Bron-y-garth. 
Bronley [oo. Lane.]. See Burnley. 
Bron-y-garth, Brongarth [in St. Martin's 

parish, oo. Salop], p. 279. 
Brook, Broc [in Weatbury parish] oo. Wilts, 

366. 
Broom, Brom [in Bidford parish, oo. Warw.], 

855. 
Broomhnrst, Bromeharst [near Oswestry, co. 

Salop] , p. 279. 
Broomley, Bromley [in Bywell parish], eo. 

N'humb., 691.773, 804. 
Broihersete, Brotherseth. co. N'humb., 691, 

773,804. 
Brotherwick. Brothirwike [in Warkworth 

parish] , oo. N'humb., 232. 
Brotton, Brooton [in Skelton parish], co. 

York, 1^.266. 

, manor, i>. 267. 

Broughton, Brouton [co. Hunt.], court of, 

809. 
Brooton [near Preston], oo. Lane, 

264. 
Brant, Brent Broughton, oo. Lino., 

manor of, p. 18 note. 
Brouton [oo. Hunt.]. See Broughton. 
Broxted, Brokesheyed [co. Essex], 861. 
Broy, William de, 649. 
Broy, William de, son of William, 649. 
Bmdeport, William de, 776. 
Bruere. See Briwere. 
Bmeres, William, p. 176. 
Bruem [co. Oxford], abbot of. 695. 
Bmg, 00. Salop. See Bridgnorth. 
Brugy William de. 54. 
Bmg, Richard, brother of William de, 54 
Bruge Waited, co. Somers. See Bridgtvater. 
Bruges, oo. Heref. See Biroh (?). 
Bniham, William de, 311. 
Bmis. See Brus. 
Bmly, Bobert de, 524. 

C/. Bruylli. 

Bmmelay, co. Surrey. See Bramley. 
Bmmhaugh, Bromehalwe, Bromehallehau 

[in Bywell parish] co. N'humb.. 528. 
Brumleghe, co. Surrey. See Bramley. 
Brumpton, co. Somers. See Brompton Regis. 
Bnm, John led), 537. 

, Jobnle(2), 639. 

Brun, John le, son of John (2), 639. 

, John le (1), Thomas brother of, 537. 

, Emma wife of. 537. 

William le (1). 679. 

, William le (2), 808. 

Bmneshope, Sibyl, wife of Robert de, 739. 
Bmnigg, oo. Lano. See Bryning. 
Bmninton, co. Chester. See Brinnington. 
Bmnleg, co. Heref., 654. 
Bmnn. oo. York. See Kirkbum. 
Brunneby, oo. York. See Bumby. 
Brnnneby, John de, 667. 
Bmnneshull, oo. Hantf, p. 175. 



Brunnum, oo. York. See Bumholme. 
Brunslow, Bruseloue [in- Edgton parish], co. 

Salop, p. 280. 
Brunton, oo. Devon. See Brenton. 
, Bumeton [in Gosforth parish], oo. 

Nhumb., 191. 
Brunton, Walter de, p. 176. 
Brus, Bniis, Brywea, Bruys, Briwes, 

Bernard de, 641, 692. 

, Peter de, 800. 

Brus. John de, 114. 

Peter de, 114, 636, 800 (pp. 265-6), 

807, 820. 

,83. 

, Sir Bobert de, 83, 312, 322, 378, 552, 

781,807. 

Robert de [oo. York], 452. 

Cf. Breweys. 

Brustwyk, oo, York. See Burstwiok. 

Brut. See Bret. 

Brutah, John, p. 158. 

Bruylli. Spineto, Robert de, 679. 

(7/. Bruly. 

Bruyre. See Briwere. 

Biyan. See Brioyn. 

Bryanston, Blaneford Brian, oo. Dorset, 

manor, 780. 
Bryn, Bren [oo. Salop], p. 279. 
Bryning. Burwadbruning, Bmnigg, Brunigge, 

Brining [in Kirkham parish], co. 

Lane, 143, 253, 313. 390. 
Bryugham, co. Somers. See Brewham. 
Brywer. See Briwere. 
Brywes. See Brus. 
Bubbe, Thomas. 449. 
Buohan, earl of. See Comyn.. 
Buohecastre, oo. Oumb. See Bewcaatle. 
Buohtorp, 00. Norf . See Bowthorp. 
Buckby, Long, Buckeby, oo. N*hamp., 430, 

584. 
Buokholt, La Bokolt. Boukhoulte, oo. Hants, 

forest, 330, 821. 
Bnokland, Boolond, co. Berks, adyowson, 774. 

, manor, 563, 774. 

Booulond, 00. DeYon,p. 174. 

, Bokelond. co. Devon, 352. 

, Newton, Boclaund, co. Dorset, 680. 

St. Mary, Boolond, co. Somers., 8. 

Booklebury, Burhildebyxy, Burwaldebury, co. 

Berks, 463. 
Bucknall, Bboohenhale, oo. Staff., 276. 
Bucknell, Bukenhulle [co. Salop], p. 280. 
Buokton, Buketon, oo. York, 636. 
Buoton. Sir Geoffrey de, 125. 
Buotoune, Philip de, 298. 
Buokeslawe, co. Suff . See Buxlow. 
Buddelegh, co. Deron. See Budleigh. 
Budekeside, oo. Deroa. See Budshead. 
Budekeside, Bodekeside, William de, p, 176. 
Budeston, oo. Wilts. See Biddeston. 
Budleigh, Buddele, Buddelegh, oo. Deron, 
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Badflhdad, Bndeketide [in St. Badeaux pariah, 

00. Deron], p, 176. 
Baffin, Hugh, 90S. 

Buildwas, Buldiwaa [oo. Salop], p. 280. 
Buk, Walter, 917. 

, Peter, son of, 917. 

Bokenham, WiUiam de, 395. 
Bukenhnlle, oo. Salop. See Buoknell. 
Bukenhulle, Walter de, p. 280. 
Buketon, oo. Devon. See Bioton. 

,00. York. See Baokton. 

Buloote, William, son of Bobert de, 450. 

Biddiwas [co. Salop]. See Buildwas. 

Bulebek. See Bolebeo. 

Bulemer. See Bulmere. 

BnlerS} Butlers, fiathlert, Boullers, 

Buleres, Baldwin de, 590. 
, Wentlyen, late wife of Robert 

de, 14. 
Bulers, Baldwin de, 14. 
, Baldwin de (temp, Henry I.s 166, 

318, 809. 
Bnlewyk, co. N'hamp. See Bnlwick. 
Bnlinghope, oo. Heref. See Ballingham. 
Bulkington, Bulkynton, oo. Warw. , 776. 
Balleye, oo. Glouo. See Bully. 
BuUingham, Bolingehop, Bolinghope, Baling- 

hope, 00. Heref., 5, 433, 484, 703. 
BuUuc, Nicholas, 502. 
Bully. BuUeye, oo. Glouc., manor, 606. 
Bulmere, Bulemer, John de, 452, 720, 759. 

Theophania, wife of, 720,759. 

Bulwiok, Bulwio, Bolewyk, Bulewyk, co. 

N'hamp., 166, 567, 809. 
Bampstead, Helion, Bumsted, co. Essex, 

church. 586. 

, manor, 586. 

, Steeple , Bnmstede ad turrim , Stepol- 

bnmsted, oo. Essex, 441, 586. 
Boneclive, William, 235. 
Buagajr, Bungey [oo. Suff.], borough, 744. 

castle, 744. 

, manor, 744. 

Bunigtun (?), oo. Oxford, 568. 

Buniton, co. Hertf . See Bovingdon. 

Bunny, Bonej, co. Nott., manor, 497, 707. 

Bunainton, oo. Oxford. See Benson. 

Baroote, Walter da la, 109. 

Burcott, the, la Buroote [near Hereford in 

Holmer parish], co. Heref., 109. 
Burdeleys, 6eo£&ey de, 589. 

Hugh de, 248. 

Burdeleys, Qeoffrey de, son of Hugh, 243. 

John de, 589. 

Burdet, Burdeyt, Bordet, Bobert, p. 258. 

, Waaam, 411, T76(pp. 256, 257;. 

olerk,463. 

Burdun, William, 111. 
Bnrdun, Bobert, 470. 

, William. AgntB wife of, 111. 

, , Alice and Juetta dauriiters 

of, 111. 



Bareford, oo. Salop. See Bofford. 

Barel, John, 449. 

Buniton. See Barton. 

Burewardesle, Borewardeleg, Boger 

de, 15. 
, , Mabel and Margery, sisteri 

of, 15. 
Burewardesle, Borewardeleg, wife of Philip de, 

15. 
Burewel, co. Lino. See Burwell. 
Borewell, oo. Oamb. See Borwell. 
Burford, Bureford [oo. Oxford], p. 156 bit, 

p. 167. p. 159. 

, Bureford, co. Salop, manor, 439. 

Burg, CO. Camb. Su Borough Green. 

CO. Lane. See Burrow. 

See Peterborough. 

Burgers, Herbert de, 287. 

Barges, Sir Walter de, 482. 

Burgh by Sands, super le Sablunes, oo. Cumb., 

106,788,752,758,811. 

leBogmirein, 752. 

fishery, 811. 

, barony, 199,811. 

Burgham, oo. Kent. See Burham. 
Burghill. Burhull, oo. Heref., 769. 
Burghsted, Great, Burgsted, oo. Essex, 827. 

Burghunte, Burhunte, Borhunte, 

Thomas de, 536. 
Buifrhnnte, Henry de, 514, 560. 

, Richard de, son of Thomas, 536. 

, Thomas de, 560. 

William de, 679. 

Burgo, Burg, Burk, Margaret de, 

countess of Kent, 461. 

Blchard de, 19. 

Burgo, Alice de, p, 158. 

, Hubert de [earl of Kent], 461, 827, 

838. ^ 

, Margaret, wife of, 309, 878. 

, John de, 155, 215, 311, 336, 845, 

461, 491, 873, 807. 

, Sir John de, 807. 

, Matthew de, 218, 252, 451, 469. 

, Bandolph son of Alan de, 491. 

Biohard de, 254. 

, , his daughter, 254. 

, , Egidia wife of , 19. 

, Sir Thomas de (1), 125. 

, Sir Thomas de (2;, 491. 

Burgsted, co. Essex. See Burghsted. 
Burham, Burgham, co. Kent, adrowson, 818. 

, , manor, 813. 

[co. Norf .]. See Bumham. 

Burhildebyiy, co. Berks. See Bncklebuiy. 
< Burhull, CO. Heref. See Bnrghill. 
Burhulle, Buruhull, Henry de, 769. 
Burhnile, Basilia de, 769. 

, Soger de, 769. 

Burhnnte, oo. Hants. See Bosrirant. 
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Bnrr, Bartholomew de, 522. 

Burlee, oo. Derby, See Birley. 

Burleskone, Piddle Bardolfegton, Bardolref. 
ton, Pydele Bardolf, oo. Donet, 371, 
580. 

Barlestune, Eustaoe, 728. 

Bumby, Brunneby, oo. York, 471. 

Bume, oo. SoBiex. See Easebourne. 

Burnel, William, 119. 

Burnel, Robert, 749, 801. 

William, 118, 119. 

, , Boesia, wife of, 118. 

, William, son of William, 119. 

William, 366. 

Bumeston, Brineston, co. York, 74. 

Bumeton, oo. N'humb. See Branton. 

Bumham, oo. Back., 829. 

, Bemham, oo. Norf., 711. 

All Saints', All Saints' Ulf, co. 

Norf., church, 624, 632. 

Norton, St. Margaret Bumham, Bur- 
ham, CO. Norf., church, 624, 632. 

, manor, 624, 632. 

Bumholme, Nun, Brunnum, oo. Tork, 314. 

, prioress of , 314. 

Bomley, Bronley [co. Lane.]. 418. 

Burrow, Burg [in Tunstal parish], oo. Lane.. 

218, &2, 461, 469. 
Burstwick, Brustwyk, co, York, 471. 

Cumerske and Brademire in, 471 . 

Burthon, oo. Oxford. See Blackbourton. 
Burton, co. Hants, p, 175. 

Ovory, Burton, co. Leic, 776. 

[in Bamburgh parish], co. Nhumb., 

Joyce, Birton, oo. Nott., 415. 

, CO. Salop, court of, 503. 

, abbot's court at, 557. 

, 00. Salop. See Boreton. 

[in Kendal, co. Westm.] , 834. 

, Berton [in Highworth parish], co. 

WilU, 564. 

Agnes, Burton, co. York, manor. 636. 

, Cumbland in, 636. » 

, Elyesflat. in, 636. 

High, CO. York, 743. 

Pidsea, Pideseburton [co. York.], 470. 

on Ure, Yor, co. York, 743. 

Barton, Boreton, Isabel de, 136. 

, Bichard de, 66. 

Burton, Balph de, son of Isabel, 136. 

, Biohard de, 743. 

BurnhnlL See BurhuUe. 
Burwadbruning, co. Lano. See Bryning. 
Burwaldebury, oo. Berks. See Buoklebury. 
Burwardele, co. Salop. See Bradley. 
Burwell, Burewell, co. Camb., 443. 

, Burewel, co. Lino., 291. 

Bury St. Edmunds, oo. Suff., abbot of, 280. 
289, 350, 496, 630 (j). 158), 582, 586. 
686. 676. 719, 7G4, 848. | 



Bufloard, John, 248. 

Bosoel. See Bussel. 

Buselingtorp. See Buslingtorp. 

Bushby, Busseby, co. Lino., 776. 

Bushey. Bisseye [co. Hertf.] 468. 

Bushley, Busseleye. Bissele, co. Worc.,|). 156. 

manor, p. 160. 

Bushmead, Bismede [oo. Bedf.], prior of 

p, 161. 
Bushmoor, Bismor [co. Salop] , hay, 473, 534. 

Buslingtorp, Buselingtorp, Busilingthorp, 
Biohard de, 364. 732, 776. 

, Biohard son of, 776. 

> Amice daughter of Bichard de, 776. 

Bus^ay, William de, 469. 
Busseby, co. Leic. See Bushby. 
Bussel, Buscel, Robert, 714. 
Bussel, John, 114. 

Theobald, son of Bobert, 714. 

Busseleye [oo. Wore] . See Bushley. 

Bustard thorp (now disappeared), Oo. York. 

753. 
Buston, Butlesdon [in Warkworth parish, co. 

Nhumb.], 164. 
Busun. See Bosun. 
Buter, Elizabeth, wife of William, 739. 
Buterleye, Stephen de, 286. 
Buthoaster, co. Gumb. See Bewoastle. 
Bnthlers. See Bulers. 

Butler, le Butiller, le Botiller, le Bote- 
ler, le Butiler, le Botyler, le 
Butyler, Pincema, Eud&ic, 142. 

, Richard, 212. 

, Robert, 642; 

Theobald, 163,264. 

, William, 487. 

Butler, Hamo, jp. 279. 

Hugh, 487. 

Joan, p, 152. 

John, p. 152. 

John, 129. 

, Hawisia wif e of , 129. 

Peter, of Little Bardfield, 742. 

, Bichard, 645. 

, p. 162. 

, writ to, 016. 

, Bobert, son of Biohard, 212. 

Theobald, his sister, 254. 

Theobald, son of Theobald. 264. 

William, p. 162. 

, William, 679. 

Butlers. See Bulers. 
Butlesden [oo. N'thumb.]. See Buston. 
Butlisby, oo. Leio. See Bittesby. 
Butlisden [co. Buck.]. See Biddlesdon. 
Butterlaw, Bottirlawe [in Newbum parish], 

CO. N'humb., 220. 
Butterwike, Bobert de, p. 265. 
Buttsbury, oo. Bssex, Ginge Joyberd, 447. 
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Butyler. See Butler. 

Butyller. See Butler. 

Buviton, CO. Hertf. See Boyingdon. 

Buxhall, Buxhale, oo. Suff., manor, 302. 

Buxlow, Buokealawe [in Knodishall parish]- 

CO. Su£P.. 196. 
Buxton, Buxtune, co. Norf., 688. 

manor, 683, 688. 

, HJewefen in, 688. 

, Kinestorp in, 688. 

By ore, oo. N'humb. See Byker. 
Byore. See Bykere. 
Bydun. See Bidun. 
Byfield, Bifeld, co. N'hamp., 878. 
Bygit, Bygod, Bygot. See Bigot. 
Bykele, Bykeleg [oo. Deyon]. See Biokley. 
Byker, Bycre [in Newoastle-on-Tyne], 465. 
Bykere, Bycre, Nicholas de, 465. 
Bykere, John de, son of Nicholas, 466. 
Byleye, Byleg, [co. Essex], See Bileigh. 
Byroholt j oo. Suff. See Bircholt. 
Byrokw . . . , co. N'humb., 773. 
Byrkinside, oo. N'humb. See Birkenside. 
Bywell, Biwell, co. N'humb., 528, 691, 773. 

manor, 804. 

, court, 691. 

Bywesteport, oo. Dorset, j). 161. 



CadbniT, Cadeburi, Cadebury [oo. Devon], p. 

176. 

, [oo. Bedf. ?], manor, 781. 

Cadeburi, Robert de, p, 176. 
Cainhoe, Gaynho, co. Bedf., manor, 546. 
Caistor St. Edmunds, Castre. co. Norf., 583. 
Galoethorp, Keylestorp, co. Lino., 159. 
Oaldbergh, Caldeberg [in Coverham parish] 

00. York, 743. 
Caldeoot, oo. N'hamp., 333. 
Caldecote, Caldecot [in Bow Briokhill parish, 

00. Buck.], p. 158. 

, Caldecot, co. Norf., advowson, p, 153. 

CaJdenorton, oo. Oxford. See Norton. 
Caldearother, Gilbert de, 528. 
Caldew [oo. Cumb.], river, 496, 
Oaldewell, co. Glouo. See Caudle. 
Caldwell, Caudewell [oo. Bedf.], prior, 787. 

CO. N'humb., 683. 

Callaley, Kaluley, Kalui [in Whittingham 

pariah], co. N'humb., 499. 
Callerton, Black, Calverdon [in Newbum 

parish], co. N'humb.. 413. 
Oalna. See Cantilupo. 
Calne, Calna, oo. Wilto, 818, 840. 

, manor, 866. 

, Buree in, 318, 840, 866, 

Kemnoln, 866. 



Calstone Wellington. Caleston, oo. Wilta, 

manor, 866. 
Caluweleye, Kalluley , "Williani de, 499 . 
Caluweleye, Gilbert de. 499. 
Calverdon, co. N'humb. See Callerton. 
Cambridge. Cauntebrige. oo. Camb., 115, 166, 

713. 

, county court, p. 157. 

Camels, Cameys, Kameys, Eaznoys, 

Ralph de, the elder, 443. 
Cameis, Balph de, 112, 248. 

, Sir Balph de. the younger, 443, 732. 

Camera, Bobert de, 679. 

William do, 146. 

Camerar. William, p, 158. 

Cameys. See Cameis. 

Campo Ernulphi, W. de, p. 157, p. 159 

Campo Florido. See Chaamflur. 

Camps, Caump, co. Camb., advowson, 586. 

, manor, 686. 

Camvill. See Mandeville. 

£^e« Caumvill. 

Cancellis, Channcexui, John de, 168. 
Canoellis, Hugh de, son of John, 168. 
Cancy. See Chancy. 
Candel, CO. Dorset. See Caundle. 
Candlesby, Kanloby, co. Lino., manor. 145. 
Canewdon, Kan . . wedon, Canewddone, Eane- 

wedun, co. Essex, 182, 701, 840. 
Canfield, Eaneveles, co. Essex, church. 586. 

, manor, 586. 

Cannock. Kanoo, co. Staff., forest, bailiwick, 

643. 
Cantelow, Cantdo. See Cantilupo. 
Canterbury, 231. 
archbishop of. 158, 530 (p. 155), 686, 

593, 680, 698, 802, 803, 884. 

, St. Augustine's, abbot of, 389. 

, Christ Church, prior of, 663, 677. 

, monks of, 802. 

.......... Holy Trinity, 680. 

, , prior of, 401,772,807. 

Cantevile. Boger, p. 257. 

Cantilupo, alias Calna, William de, 

175, 318, 840, 866. 
Cantilupo, Cantulupo, Cantelo, Cantilupe, 

Cantelow, George de, son of WilliBin. 

318, 340. 

, Eustaoia wife of Nicholas de, 874. 

, Iklabel de, 417. 

, lady Maud de, 667. 

Philip de, p. 175. 

Simon de, 481. 

William de, 353. 530 (p, 169), 826. 

Capelcs, Hugh de, 762. 

Cantley, Cantelof [in Hethersett parish], oo. 

Norf., chapel, 743. 
Canvile. See CaumvilL 
Capel [St. Maiy], oo. Suff., advowson, 883. 
Oapella, la Chapele. Bartholomew de, 
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Capells, Alexander de, 120. 

Baitholomew de, 448. 

Henry de, 264. 

Joan de, daughter of Barbbolomeir, 

404. 
CapellanuB. See Brioias. 
Gapes, Capis, Husrh de, 360. 
Capes, Thomas de, son of Hugh, 360. 
Cappelanns. See Brioius. 
C^pan, William, J). 266. 
Cardon, Cardan, Geoffrey, 776. 
Cardon, Robert, p. 161. 
Oardunville, Cardunvile, Eardonvill, 

Eardevill, Richard de, 840. 

, William de, 803. 

Cardunrille, Robert le, 303. 

William de, knight, 846. 

Carelton. oo. Bedf. See Carlton. 

Carey, Kary [in St. Giles on the Heath 

parish], co. Deyon, 660. 
Carhou, Carrehou, Carrou, Alioe de, 767. 

Carisbrooke, Karesbrok [I. of W., oo. Hants] 

Castle, jp. 176. 
Carleford, oo. Suff. See Carlford. 
Carleton, oo. Camb. See Carlton. 
Little [in Poolton-in-the-Fylde 

parish], co. Lane, 263. 

, CO. Leio. See Carlton. 

, 00. Line. See Carlton. 

Karleton [in Fontef ract parish , co. 

York], 418. 
Carleton, Est Oarelton, William de, 396. 
Carleton, Eustace de, 396, 849. 

, William de, his daughter's, 396. 

Carlford, Carleford, oo. Suff., hundred, 462. 
Carlisle, bishop of, 164, 806. 

, Walter, bishop of. See Mauolerk. 

, prior of, lands held of, 116. 

, St. Mary's Church, 766. 

Carlton, Carelton, co. Bedf., 693. 

(?), Carltun (?), co. Bedf., 479. 

[cum Willingham^, Wiliingham and 

Cu-leton, Karleton, co. Camb., 491, 

630 {p, 160), 706. 

Cnrlieu, Carleton, oo. Leic, 776. 

, 00. Line, marsh of, 113. 

, Castle, Carleton, co. Line., manor of, 

113. 

, Little, oo. Lino., 113. 

Magna, Carton, oo. Lino., 291. 

East, Karleton, co. Norf., 396, 849. 

in Lindriok, Karleton in Lindr ick, co. 

Nott., manor, 36. 
, Carleton [in Coyerham parish], co. 

York, 743. 
Carleton [Lof thouse tvith Carlton, co. 

York], 418. 
, Kfurleton in Balne [near Snaith], oo. 

York, p. 267. 
Miniott, Carleton [in Thirsk parish], 

CO. York, manor v?}, 462. 
., ,00. York. See Carleton. 



Carmarthen, Kermerden, bailiwick of, 209. 
Carnaby, Kemeteby, co. York, 653. 
Carreghoya, Kaeroolion [in Llan-y-Mynech, 

00. Moi^tgomery, formerly Denbigh], 

p, 279. 
Carrehou. See Carhou. 
Carrig, Juliana de. 811. 
Carrock, Carrok [co. Cumb.], 496. 
Carrou. See Carhou. 
Carswell, Creswelle, co. Berks, 137. 
Carthorpe [in Bumeston pirish], co. York, 

74. 
Cartun, oo. Line. See Carlton Magna. 
Carun, John, p. 152. 
Cary, co. Somers. See Castle Cary. 
Cashale, co. Kott.. 709. 
Cassington, Karsiogton, Kersinton, co. 

Oxford, manor, 353, 807. 
Castelacre [oo. Norf.], prior of, 604. 
Casterton [in Kirkby Lonsdale], co, Westm., 

820. 
Castle Cary, Kary, Karl Lowel, oo. Somers. , 

manor, 642. 

, , barony, 691. 

Castleford, Castelford, Kasterford [co. York], 

418, 

fishery, 418. 

Castle Hedingham, co. Essex. See Heding- 

ham. 
Castlet, Catteslato [in Guiting Power parish], 

00. Glouc, 776. 
Castro, 00. Norf. See Caistor. 
Castre, William de, 103. 
Cat, Henry le, 346. 
Caterale, co. Lane. See Cattorall. 

Caterale, Caterhale, Eaterbale, 
Eatirhale, Bichard de, 376, 847. 

Caterhale, Balph de, son of Bichard, 376, 847. 

Catesby, Catesbi, oo. N'hamp., 123. 

Cathanger, Katangre [in Newton Forester 
parish], co. iSomers., manor, 217. 

Catherton, co. York. See Catterton. 

Catherton, Katherton, Alan de, 470. 

Thomas de, 470. 

William de, 470. 

Caton, Katon [m Lancaster parish], co. Lane, 
69, 218, 461, 469. 

Oaton, Eaton, Xatton, Roger de, 218, 
469. 

Caton, John de, son of Roger, 218, 469. 

heir of, 262. 

Catsley, Kaoheleg [in Kinlet parish], co. 
Salop, 170. 

Catterall, Caterale, Kateral, Katirhal [in 
Garstang parish], co. Lane, 376, 847. 

Catterton, Catherton [in Tadca8ter],oo. York, 
470. 

Catteslate, oo. Glouc. See Castlet. 

Cattestrop, co. Buck., 737* 

Cattewrd, Cattewrth, co. Hunt. See Cat- 
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Gatton, Robert de, 743* 

Gatworth, Gattewrth, Gattewrd, oo. Hunt., 

133. 

, Groat, 00. Hunt., 791. 

Gaudewell, pp. 157, 159. 

, [oo. Bedf .]. Bee Caldwell . 

Gaudewell, Kioholas de.^. 157, p. 159. 
Gaudle, Galdewell, co. Glouo., 739. 
Gaump, 00. Gamb. See Gamps. 
Gaumvill, Gaunvile, Ganvile, Kaunyille, 

Aubrey de, 875. 

Gerard de, 858. 

, Richard de, (1), (2;, 411,858. 

, , John son of, 858. 

, Thomaa de, 679. 776 (p. 257). 

Gaundle Stourton, Gandel, oo. Dorset, 872. 

Gauntebrige, oo. Gamb. See Cambridge. 

Gaunyile. See Gaumyill. 

Gauston, oo. Norf. See Gawston. 

Gauton [oo. Salop], p, 280. 

Gaavel. See Ghaurel. 

Gaye, oo. York, 636. 

Gayendiflh, Gayenedis [oo. Suff.], 719. 

Gayersham bridge [oo. Oxford ?], 500. 

Gawkwell, Kalkewell, co. Lino., 577. 

Gawood, Kaawode, co. York, 668. 

GawBton, Gaustoa, oo. Norf., 345. 

Gaxton, oo. Gamb., 46. 

Gaxton, Eaokeston, Kakeston, Geoffrey de, 

p. 161. 

, Johnde, J). 160. 

Gayly. Kaylly, John de, 732, 776. 

Caynho, oo. Bedf. See Cainboe. 

Gaynton, Kaginton [in Solas parish], co. 

Salop, 160. 
Geddre, oo. Somers. See Gheddar. 
Geles, CO. Wilts. See Zeals. 
Ceppeham, Martin de, 805. 
Gereton, oo. Kent. See Gheriton. 
Gerf . Adam le, of York, 470. 
Oerlaund, Serflaung, Maud wife of 

Geoffrey de, 134. 
Geme Abbas [co. Dorset], abbot of, 580. 
Gemey, Gemeye [co. Glouo.]. adyowson, p. 

158. 
Gertesey, Gertese» oo, Surrey. See Ghertsey. 
Gestreford, oo. Essex. See Ghesterford. 
Gestresham, oo. Buck. See Ghesham. 
Gestreton, oo. Warw. See Chesterton. 
Get. 00. Wilts. See Chitteme. 
Ghabeham, oo. Snrrey. See Ghobham. 
Ghaddesley Corbet, Glaydesle, oo. Wore., 

1>. 158. 
Ghadlington, Ghadelinton, oo. Oxford, p, 159. 

hundred, 501, 530 (p. 156). 

Ghaeny. See Cheny. 
Ghaffcombe, Ghefoumbe, co. Somers., 259. 
Ghafford, oo. Essex, hundred, 810. 
Ghaggeleye, oo. Sussex. See Chailey. 
Ghailey, Ghaggeleye, co. Sussex, odyowson, 

711. 



Ohamberlain, Camerariut, le Oliaiiiber- 
lenff, le Ohamberleiny le Chaom- 
berleng, le OJnamberleyxiff, le 
Chambelencj le Chaumberfiing, 
GeofErey, 855. 

Henry, 364. 

, Ralph, 889. 

Bobert, 646. 

Chamberlain, Sir Geoffrey, 262, 554. 

, Geoffrey (son of Bobert), 646. 

, John le, son of Henry, 364. 

, Simon, 855. 

, William, 679. 

Chamberlain, barony of the king's, 586. 

Ohancy, Cbauncey, Chanei, Cancy, 
Philip de, 561. 

Bobert de, 80, 667. 

Chancy, Margaret wife of Bobert de, 80. 

, Thomaa de, son of Bobert, 80, 667. 

, Sir Walter de, 80. 

, William de, son of Philip, 561. 

See Chans (?). 

Chaodelur, William le, 760. 

Chans, Alice de, 109. 

Ghansi. See Chancy. 

Ghanterel, Boger, 580. 
■ Ghaors. See Cha worth. 
; Ghapele. See Gapella. 
I Charloote, Gherleoote, ca Warw., 679. 

' Gharleton, Ghurleton, Ghurletune. oo. Deron, 

650, 826. 
Charley, Charleye, oo. Leic, patronage of 

priory, 776. 
Charlton, Gharleton, oo. Berks. 10. 

I alias Down Umfrayille, Done [in 

I Axmouth parish], oo. I>eyon, manor, 

798. 
, Kind's, Cherleton, Kynges Gherleton, 

00. Glouo., 68. 

manor, 68, 748. 

, Gherleton [by Doyer ?], oo. Kent, 

adyowson, 924. 
, Gherleton [in Wrockwardine parish], 

00. Salop, 445. 
Mnsgraye, Gherleton, oo. Somers. 

manor, 811. 
, Cherleton [in Singleton parish, co. 

Sussex], p, 279. 
Charlton, Gheriton, fee of, 547. 
COiamellis, William de, 892. 
Charron. Gharrum, Ginsoard de, 716, 773, 

804. 
Ghatburn, Ghattebum [in Whalley parish, oo. 

Lano.], 418. 
Chateris [oo. Gamb.]. See Chatteris. 
Chatham, Ghattham, Ghetham, oo. Kent, 

manor, 563. 

barony, 563. 

Ghattebum [oo. Lane.]. See Ghatburn. 
Chatteris, Chateris [co. Gamb.], prioress of, 

807. 
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Chaooombe, Ghauoumbe, Geoffrey de, 722. 

Bobert de, p, 267. 

Chauhard, Sir Pfttriok. See Chaworth. 

Chaumberlang, Chanmberleng. See Cham- 
berlain. 

Ghaumflur, Oampo Florido, Henry de, 
S65. 

Chaumflar, Hilary de, son of Henrj, 865. 

ChaonoejB, Bobert, p, 168. 

Chaunoj. See Chancy. 

Chauoroes. See Chaworth. 

Ohauvely Oauvel, Boger. 816. 

Chauyel, Joan, wife of Boger, 316. 

Chaverham, eo. Norf., 743. 

Chayerham, Nioholae de, 743. 

Ohaworth, Chaworces, Ohawrces, 
Chawerches, Ohawurch, Oliau. 
urces, Chawrcs, Ohaworoes^ 
Oliaors, Shawrces, Ohaiiliard, 
Patrick de, 417. 

Chaworth, Pain or Poin de, eon of Patrick, 
417. 

Sir Patrick, 280. 

, Thomas de. 43. 

Cheokenhulle. See ChikehuU. 

Cheddar, Ceddre, co. Somers., 217. 

Cheddewrth, Cheddewr, oo. Glouo. See 
Chedworth. 

Cheddington, Chetendon, oo. Buck., 737. 

Chederinton, co. Wilta. See Cholderton. 

Chedglow, Chigelawee [in Cmdwell parish], 

CO. Wilts, 417. 
Chedworth, Cheddewirh, Cheddewr',oo. Glono., 

10, 679. 

manor, 679. 

Chefoumbe, oo. Somen. See Chaffoombe. 

Chekeswell.Chekesel^ChekeehuU [inBrenchlej 

parish], oo. Kent, p. 166. i 

Cheldrinton, co. WUts. See Cholderton. 
Cheleseye, Gilbert de, 708. 
Cheleshuist [near Bainham], co. Kent, 316. 
Chelewel, John de, 418. 
Chelewore, oo. Hants. See Chiiworth. 

Chelewrthe, Cheleswurth. oo. Devon. See 

Chilsworthy. 
Chelfiaton, eo. Bedf. See Chellington. 
Chelis, 00. N'humb. See Shields. 
Chellington, Chelwinton, Chelfiston, oo. Bedf., 

898, 630 ip. 169). 
Chelmesoote, Chelemundecote, oo. Warw., 679 

bis. 
Chelmundeeote, co. Warw. See Chelmeioote. 
Chelton. See Shelton. 
Chelwinton, co. Bedf. See Chellington. 
COien, William le, 888. 
Chenay. See Cheney. 
Cheney Lonf^iUe, Longefeude [oo. Salop] , p. 

280. 
Cheney, Cheynny, Chena^, Cheyni, Chaeny, 

Cheny, Alexander oe, 97. 

William de, of Morden, 187, 661, 706. 

Cheaies, co. Book. See Islehunpsfeead, 

23380 



Cheny. See Cheney. 

Chepin, oo. Lane. See Chipping. 

OherbuFgiOhyrebari^OlLereburg, John 

de, 721. 
Cherbarg, John de, 647. 

, Wygande, 721. 

Chererile, William de, 888. 

Cherhill, Cyriel, oo. Wilts, manor, 612. 

, place names in, 612. 

Cheriton, Cereton, co. Kent, 774. 

, Chiriton. Chyriton, oo. Warw., 679 

hit, 
Cherland, land called [in Bothbury, co. 

N'humb.], 164. 
Cherle, 00. Kent, 681. 
Cherlecote, eo. Warw. See Charloote. 
Cherleton, co. Glouc. See Charlton. 

CO. Kent. iS«e Charlton. 

, CO. Sussex. See Charlton. 

CO. Somers. See Charlton Musgraye. 

Ohertsey, Certese, Certesey [co. Surrey], abbot 
of, 176, 882, 648, ill 

Chesewik, co. Warw. See Cheswick. 

Chesham, Cestresham, co. Buck., church, 
686. 

manor, 686. 

Chester, bishop of, 648. 

, jSeeCoyentry. 

, S. dean of, 9. 

, earl of, 884. 

, SeeOoot; Blundeyill. 

earldom of, 778. 

, Clemence. countess of, 779. 

, honour of, 744. 

, justice of . iSfetf Lestrange. 

J. constable of. See Jmoj, 

Chesterford, Great, Cestreford, oo. Essex, 
|». 168. 

adyowBon, 744. 

manor, 744. 

Chesterton, Oestreton, oo. Warw., manor, 
648. 

Cheswick, Chesewik [in l^mworth parish] 
CO. Warw., 679. 

Chet [co. Salop], p. 281. 

, CO. Wilta. See Chute. 

Chetelinton, William de, 808. 
Ohetendon, ea Bnok. See Cheddington. 
Chetewynde, John de, 286. 
Chetham, oo. Kent. See Chatham. 
Chetham, Sir Geffrey de, 666. 
Chetton, Ohetinton. Chet^nton, Cheteltoa, 
00. Salop, 317. 

, adyowion, 749. 

, manor, 866, 749. 

lady of. iSTes Sibyl de Brok. 

Chetwynd, Chotwinde, [co. Salop], p. 280. 
Cheyaler, Bobert le, of Bradley, 868. 
Cheyerell, Chyyerel, oo. WUto, 181. 
Cheyet [in Boyilon], co. York, 82. 
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Cheyington, East, Eit OhjTTiigton [in Wark- 

worth parish], oo. N*humb., 720. 
,We«t. West Chyvington [in Wark- 

worth parish], oo. l^'humb., 720. 
Cheriot, Chyriot, Chiriot, Chjyioth, co. 

N'humb., forest, 202, 216, ^41. 
CheTithome West, Chevethome [in Tiyerton 

parish, oo. Devon], p. 176. 
Chevjsby, oo. Leio. See Shearsby. 

Chewton, Chiweton [oo. Dorset], honour of, 

872. 
Cheyni, Gheynny. See Cheney 
Chioheater, Cyoestre, oo. Sussex, p, 279. 

Ralph, bishop of. See Neyill. 

Chickward, Ghiowardin, oo. Heref., 654. 
Chigelawee, co. Wilts. Su Chedglow. 
Ohigaal St. James. Chigenhal, oo. Essex, 

adyowBon, 764. 

, manor, 764. 

OhikehuU, Chykenlmll, OhiikehuU, 

Oheckenlmlley Alan de, 485. 

, Hugh de, 888. 

Ghikehull, Alan de, son of Hugh. 888. 

, , heirs of, p. 175. 

, Hugh de, 485. 

Child, Aubrey le, of Stowe, 284. 
Child, Aubrey le, son of Aubrey, 234. 
Ghilham, Ghileham, co. Kent, advowson, 924. 

manor, 924. 

barony, 924. 

Ghillaton, Ghillat* [in Melton Abbot parish], 

CO. Deyon, S378. 
Ghillingwood, Gtooffrey de, p. 175. 
GhLlsworthy, Ghelewrthe, Cheleswurth, 

Ghulaworth [in Holsworthy parish], 

00. Deyon, 56, 815. 
Chilton (?), 808. 

Chilworth, Ghelewore, oo. Hants, 886. 
Ghingford, Ghingelelforde, oo. Essex, 924. 
Chinnor, Chinora, oo. Oxford, 776. 

adyowson, 776. 

Chipindale forest [oo. Lane], 418. 

Ghipley, Chyppeleye [in Posthingf ord parish, 

oo. Suff.], prior of, 588. 
Chippenham, Chuppeham, Ghipeham, oo. 

WilU, 178, 181. 

forest, 612. 

, manor, 194, 449. 

Chipping, Chepin, Chipin, co. Lano. , 418, 847. 
Chipping Lamboume, oo. Berks. iSee Lam- 
bourne. 
Chirohe [co. Lano.]. See Church. 
Chiriton, oo. Wanr. See Cheriton. 
Ghisbury, Chisingeburi, Chissebnri, oo. Wilts, 

fee of, 417. 
Chiselborough, Ghiselberge, co. Somers.. 287. 
Chisingeburi, co. Wilts. See Chisbuiy. 
Chislehurst, Ghiselherste, oo. Kent, 471. 
Chisseburi, oo. Wilts. See Ghisbury. 
Chitteme, Get, oo. Wilts, 197. 
Chiyiot, co. N'humb. See Cheyiot. 
Ghiweton. See Chewton. 



Chnapetun, oo. Nor^ See Knapton. 

Ghobham, Chabeham, oo. Surrey, 882. 

Cholderton, Chederinton, Cheldrinton, oo. 
Wilts, 886, 417. 

Chouderi. See Coudray. 

Choulton. Sohelton [in Lydbnry North, oo 
Salop], p. 281. 

Chrishall, Cnteshale, oo. Essex, 804. 
> Christchuroh, Cristeaohlroh, co. Hants, hun- 
dred court at, 278. 

borough, 2>. 174. 

I castle,!). 174. 

! prior, p. 174, p, 175. 

ChnkehnU [I. of W., oo. Hants.], 888. 

Chnkehnll. See Ghikehull. 

Ghulaworth, oo. Deyon. See Chilsworthy 

Chumham, William de, 822. 

Chiqppeham, oo. Wilts. See Chippenham. 

Churah Kirk, Ghiiohe [in Whalley parish, 

00. Lano.], 418. 
Church Knowle, Gnolle, oo. Dorset, adyowwHi, 

p. 158. 
Churoh Oyer, oo. Warw. See Oyer. 
ChurohiU, Ghurehull, oo. Wore., 814. 
Ohurcliull, John de, 814. 
Churethel, oo. Dorset. See GriohelL 
Ghurleton, Chnrletune, oo. Deyon. See 

Charlton. 
Churt, Hugh, 893. 
Chute, Chut, Ghet, oo. Wilts, manor, 487. 

forest, bailiwick of, 437. 

Chyppeleye [oo. Suff.]. See Ghipley. 
Chyreburi. See Gherbarg. 
Chyriton, oo. Warw. See Chariton. 
Chyyerel, oo. Wilts. See Gheyerell. 
Chyyington, oo. N'humb. See Cheyington. 
Chyyiot, Chyyioth, oo. N'humb. See Cheyiot. 
Cinolebeiige, oo. Buok. See Singleborongih. 
Cippenham, Scipinham, Sqpinpinham [in 

Bumham parish, co. Buck.] , adyowson 

of chapel, 808. 

manor, 808. 

Cirencester, abbot of. See Walter le Bos. 
Cissor. See Boger. 

GUgton, Clahton, oo. Lane. Su Olaughton. 
Glanordaf , oo. Salop. See Glan-y-rafon. 
Clapham, Clopham, co. Bedf., 679. 
Clapton, Clopton [oo. Camb.], 187, 661. 
Clare, oo. Suff., borough, p, 154. 

manor, p. 154, 

fee, 586. 

honour of, lists of fees, &c., of, 580. 

Clare, Bichard de, earl of Gloucester and 

Hertford, 580, 581. 
Clare, Biohard de, earl, Hargaret, wife of, 

dower of, p, 159. 

, Thomas de, 748. 

William de, 582. 

Clarebor, oo. Nott. ? 709. 
Clarefeud, oo. Glooo., p. 158. 
Claral, Vaster John, 528. 



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<^^««>42S? 00. Wilts, forest, 188, 330, 436. 
882. 

» , bailiff of. See Stopham. 

CJaret, Clarett, oo. Esaex, manor, pp. 168, 

154. 
Clateroote [oo. Oxford]. See Clatteroote. 
Clatere. oo. Heref., 703. 
Olatford Uiiper, Glateford [po. Hants], p. 

156. 

CUttepootc, Clateroote [oo. Oxford], prior of, 
o7v. 

Claughton. Clahton, Clagton [in Oarstanf 

parish], co. Lano. , 268, 829, 338. 
Clauton, Clautune, oo. Devon. See Clawton. 
Claier, Simon le, 762. 
Clarerham [in Yatton parish], co. Somers 

pp, 157, 169. ** 

Clavoring, OlaTeringee, oo. Eskx, mam)r, 164. 

» Olayeringe, oo. Norf ., 918. 

Claverloye wood, oo. N'humb., 766. 
Olawne, oo. Salop. See Clun. 
Clawiton, Long, Olaxton, oo. Leio., 274. 
Clawton, Clauton, Clautune, co. Deron, 

manor, 63, 728. 
Olaxton, 00. Leio. See Clawston. 
Claybrooke, Cleybrock, co. Leio., 776. 
Clajdesle, oo. Wore. See Chaddeeley. 
Claydon St. Botolph, Botleolaydoo, oo. 
Buck., 913. 

Cleydon, oo. Suff., hnndred, 462. I 

Clayton [co. Lano.] (ClaytonJe-Moors in 
Whalley or Clayton-le-dale in Black- i 
bum), 418. 

Cleyton [in StokeH>n-Trent parish], 

00. Staff., 308. 

[in Bradford], 00. York, 71. 

Clayrile, Boger de, p. 176. ; 

Clearing, Clei^ng [in Londesborough], co. 

Cleokheaton, Heton [in Birstall pariah], oo. I 

Clehonger, Clehnngre, co. Heref., 5, 484. I 

Clement. Walter, 491. 

Clenefeld. oo. Leio. See Glenffeld. 

Cleobury, North, Cleybiri, oo. Salop, 446. 

Olerbec, Bobert de, 566. 

Clerbeo, John de. 566. 

Clew. See Clerk. 

01«r«> Hoger de, and ICaud his wife, i 

Clere, Boger de, 282, 320. 

Cleremnnd, William de, 428. 

Olerk, Olerc, WUiiam le, of Combe, 

Clerk, Elias son of William, 470. 

, John, 470. 

, Stephen, 582. 

William le, Adam son of, 460. I 

.William le, John son of, an outlaw. I 

460. ' 

Cleton, 00. Yoik, 471. 
CloTeland, CliTeland, oo. York, wi«ok of the 

9ea of, p. ^7, 



Clevyng, co. York. See Cleaving. 

Cloy, Cleye, oo. Norf., 585. 

Cleybiri, oo. Salop. See Cleobury. 

Cleybrock, co. Leio. See Claybrooke. 

Cleydon, oo. Suff. See Claydon. 

Cleydon, Biohord de, John son of, 913. 

Cleye, oo. Norf. See Cley. 

Cleyndon, Bobert de, 412. 

, Thomas de, 412. 

Cleyton, co. Staff. See Clayton. 

Cliff, Clif, 00. York, 636. 

Clif, le, 00. Staff. 5fw Cliffrille. 

Oliilbrd, Olyfibrd, Bogrer de, Isabel 
wife of Boger son of, 717. 
I Clifford, Bichard de, 716. 

I Master Bichard de, 776. 

I » Boger de, 588. 

, Sir Boger de. 856. 679. 

CliffviUe. le Clif [by Newcastle] , oo. Staff. 
276. 

Clifton. 00. Glouc. pp. 157, 159. 

[onDunsmore], CO. Warw., 776. 

I [upon Ure], 00. York, 743. 

Olifton, WillUm de, 409. 
I Clifton, Henry de, son of WUliam, 409. 
I Ignatius de, pp, 157, 159. 

Beginald de, 743. 

I Clinton, Aston, co. Buck. See Aston Clinton. 

I ,00. Warw., 679. 

' Olinton, Olynton, Kieia de, 81. 

Clinton, lady Eva de, 81. 

, Thomas de. 443, 679. 

Clipeton. co. N'hamp., 652. 

Clisseby, oo. Lino. See Clixby. 

OliMeby, Beatrice de, 466. 

, Muriel de, 620 

Clisseby, John de, 620. 

Peter son of Nichoke de, 620. 

Clither Beck, Clitherbeo [in Danby parish! 
00. York, quarry, p. 266. "^ 

Clitheroe, Clyderhow [in Whalley parish, co 
Lano.], 418. 

Clireland, oo. York. See Clereland. 

Cliyiger. Olyyicher [in Whalley parish, oo 
Lano.], 418. * *- » • 

Clixby, Clisseby, Clysby [in Oaistor parish]. 

00. Lino., 103, 281, 429, 620. 
Clofford, William de, 217. 
Clonton, 00. Salop. See Clunton. 
Olopham, oo. Bedf. See Clapham. 
Clopton, 00. Camb. See Clapton. 

[in Miokleton parish], co. Glouc. 

p, 158. 

manor, 776. 

» Cloptone, 00. Suff., manor, 282, 462, 

Cloun [co. Salop]. See Clun* 

Cloyne, bishop of, 261 

Clnmpton (oo, Salop] . See Clunton, 



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Clun, Clonn, Glune, GUwne [oo. Salop], 684. 

borough and oastle, p. 280. 

barony, 684. 

Cliinbary, Clunburi [co. Salop] , p. 280. 
Clungunford, Clungonyert [oo. Salop]^p. 280. 
Cltinton, Clonton, Clumpton, oo. Salop.. 684. 

p. 281. 
Clyderhow, Glyderh [oo. Lano.]. See Clithe> 

roe. 
Clyfford. See Clifford. 
Clynton. See Clinton. 
Clyeby, oo. Line. See Clixby. 
Clyre, oo. N'hamp. See Kingioliffe. 
Clyro, Biohard de la, p. 176. 
Clynedon, Thomas de, 716. 
Clyrioher [eo. Lane.] . See Cliriger. 
CnariBburg [co. York]. See Knaresborough. 
CnoU, Cnolle, oo. Somerfl. See Knowle. 
Cnolle, 00. Dorset. See Church Knowle. 
Gnolton, co. Dorset. See Knowlton. 
Cnottingley [oo. York]. See Knottingley. 
Cnotton, CO. Staff. See Knutton. 
Cnuk, 00. Wilts. See Knook. 
Coatham, Cotnm [in Eirkleatham parish], oo. 

York,p.266,p.268. 
Cobeham, oo. Kent. See Cobham. 
Cobeham, John de, 810. 
Cobham, Cobeham, oo. Kent, 471. 
Coooebiri, oo. Glouo. See Cockbury. 
Coehull [oo. Woro.]. See Cookhill. 
Cookbury, Coooebiri, Cokebiri [in Winohoomb 

parish], oo. Glouo.. 76. 
Cookerington, Cokrinton, oo. Lino., 61. 
Oockermouth, Cookermne, oo. Cumb., 471. 
Cookersand, Kokersond [oo. Lane], abbot of, 

114. 
Cookfield, Cokef eud, co. Suff.. manor, 586 
Cooton, 00. Warw. See Cooghton. 
Coous. See Cook. 
Coddr, oa Hertf . See Cottered. 
Codenore, Thomas de, 810. 
Codenowere, Godemowo, eo. Derby. See 

Codnor. 
Coderugge, oo. Woro. See Gotherldge. 
Codham, oo. Kent. See Cudham. 
Codnor, Codenower, Codenowe [co. Derby], 

810. 

manor, 810. 

Codray. See Goudray. 

Cogan. Cogh', Sir John de, 254, 862. 

John de, ^, 862. 

Michael de, 254. 

Coggs, Coges, 00. Oxford, 655. 
Cogh. See Cogan. 
Cokebiri, oo. Glouo. See Cockbury. 
Cokef eud, oo. Soff. See Cookfield. 
Cokeham, oo. Berks. See Cookham. 
Cokermue, oo. Cumb. See Oockermouth 
Ookham, oo. Berks. See Cookham. 
Cokrinton. co. Lino. See Cookerington. 
Colby, Oolely [co, Norf.], adrowson, 744. 



Golohester, Coleeestre [oo. Essex], abbot of, 

848. 
Coldioote, oo. Glouo. See Condioote. 
Colebrige [Corbridge ?], oo. N'hnmb., 220. 
Ooleby, oo. Lino., manor, 822. 

[oo. Norf .]. See Colby. 

Coleeestre [oo. Essex]. See Colchester. 
Colemandale, oo. York. See Commondale. 
Colenaia, Balph de, 895. 
Cole Orton, Overton, co. Leio., 776. 
Colerne, CuUeme. Collem, oo. Wilts, adrow- 

son. 729. 

manor, 729. 

Coleyill, ColeyU. Sir Walter de, 331. 

WUliam de, 706. 

Oolewik, Reginald de, 242. 
Cotewik. Philip de, son of Begimld, 242. 
Colewyk, oo. Nott. See Golwiek. 
Coliston, 00. Nott, See Colston. 
Colling, CO. York. See Cowling. 
CoUingtree, Coluntre, oo. N'hamp., 219. 
CoUnmpton, Columpton. co. Devon, p. 174. 

See Gurmundeton (?). 

Coin, Culna, river, oo. Glouc., fishery on, 417. 
Cohi. Earl's, Cola, Culn, oo. Essex, 288. 

church, 586. 

manor, 586. 

, prior of , 238, 586. 

, Wakes, Gellum Quncy [co. Essex], 

776. 
Ettgaine, Coin, oo. Essex, advowson, 

166. 

manor, 166. 

, 00. Hunt, 46. 

Oolne, Henry de, 46. 

Colonohes, Hugh de, bavony of, 37. 

Colston Basset, Coliston, Colston, oo. Nott., 

11,283. 
Colton, eo. Devon, 740* 
, Kolton [in Bolton Percy parish], oo. 

York, 141. 
Columbariis, Coliunbera, Aviee de, 

487. 

, PhiUp de, 515. 

Columbariis, Avioe de, 197. 

Matthew de, 4^, 564 (p. 175). 

, Philip de, father of Philip» 615, 

, Philip de, son of Philip, 515. 

Columpton, oo. Devon. See CoUumpion. 

Coluntre, oo. N*hamp. See Collingtree. 

Colwent. See Colwin. 

Colwiok, Colewyk, oo. Nott., 242. 

Colwin, Colwent [oo. Badnor], honour, 588. 

Combe, Cumbe, oo. Kent. 471. 

, Long, Cumbe, oo. Oxford, 460. 

, Cumbe, oo. Oxford, 746, 808. 

, Cumbe [co. Warw.], abbot of, p. 257. 

Castle, Cumbe, co. Wilts., adfowson. 

729. 

', manor, 729. 

Comberton, Cumberton, co. Carab., 852. 



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Gomin. See Comyn, 

Gommondftle, Colemapdale. oo. York, p. 26S. 

Gompton Oiffoid, Gomptun [in ^gg Buokland 

pariah], oo. DeYon, 112. 

, eo. Hants., 12. 

Bando, Gompton Dauno, oo. Somen., 

422. 
DiUMkm, Gumpton, oo. Somen., 

DuryiUe, Gumton Dureril, Gumpton 

BureTli [in South Petherton partth], 

00. Somen., 328. 854. 
, FemT, Femiioumpton, oo. Wanr., 

679 6w. 

, Ghreat Gompton [oo. Warw.], 1996. 

Verney, Gumpton, oo. Wanr., 679. 

Baaaett, Gumpton Basset, oo. Wilts., 

manor, 807. 
Ghamberlain, Gompton, eo. Wilts., 

227. 

manor, 227. 

GomTn, Alexander, earl of Buohan, and 

fiUsabeth, his wife, p. 2d7. 
Gomin, alias de Yalojnes, William, 

280. 

, Sir William, 764. 

Gonan, Gilbert, 679. 

Gondicote, Goldioote, oo. Glouo., 776. 

Gonestable. See Gonstable. 

Gouisgeston, oo. York. See Gonston. 

Goningisheved [oo. Lano.]. . See Gonishead. 

Goningsby, Guningesby, oo. Lino., manor, 

677. 
Gonington, Gumintoa, Goniton, oo. Hant., 

641. 

manor, 692. 

Gonishead, Goningisheyed [in Ulventoo, oo. 

Lano.], prior of, 114. 

, aoanon of, 114. 

Goniton, oo. Hunt. See Gonington. 

Gonondley, Guniglay [in Eildwiok parish], oo. 
York, 296. 

Gonstable, Comtabuiarius, le Gonestable, Gil- 
bert, 114. 

,Bobert, 609. 

Gonstantin, William, 878. 

iS»<s Gostentin. 

Gonston, Gold, Goningeston [in Gargraye 
parish], 00. York, 470. 

Ck)ok, cociM, Xarti]i,891. 

, Philip, 893. 

Gook, PhUip, 114. 

, Hhaaum, 893. 

Gookham, Gokham, Gokeham, oo. Berks, 543, 
614. 

Gookhili, Goohnll, Koohull [oo. Wofo.L 
prioress of, 524. 

Goquet, ^oket, oo. Nliamb., rirer, 414, 
466. 

Ck>rb«t, Bobert, 749. 

, BogWP [of OMey], 434. 

, ThomM, of l^ley, 105. 



Gtrbet, Nicholas, 689. 

, , Margery wife of, 528. 

, Soger, of Tasley, son of Thomas, 105. 

, Thomas [of Tasley], 434. 

Sir Thomas [oo. Salop] , p. 280. 

, Sir Thomas [oo. BevonJ, 826. 

, William [oo. Salop], 749. 

, [oo. Glouo.], II. 168. 

Gorbeiun, Peter, 10. 

Corbrant. Ourtbrauixit. Corboraond, 

meginald, 13. 
Gorbrant, Reginald, Biohard son of, 13. 
Gorbridge (?) oo. N'humb. See Golebrige. 
Gorby, Goreby, oo. N'hamp., 916. 
Gordebof. Su Gomdeboef . 
Gorfe Mullen, Gorf mulin, oo. Dorset, 827. 
Gocfton, CO. Dorset. See Gorton. 
Gorhampton, Gormhampton [eo. Hants], p, 

166. 
Ck>rmeilles, CormayllM, Alice de, 484. 

, Kar^aret alias Margery de, 5. 

GormeiUes, Margaret de, her husband. See 

Walter de Stokes 
, , her daughten. See Alice 

wife of Bobert le Aroher ; Isabel wife 

of Simon de Solen. 

barony, 484. 

Gormhampton, oo. Hants. See Gorhampton. 
Gombury, Gomebury, oo. Oxford, 869. 
Oomdeboef, Cordebof , John, 196. 
Gomdeboef, Thomas, son of John, 196. 
Gomebttiy, oo. Oxford. See Oornbnry. 
Gomegreye, p, 266. 
Gomwall. See Biohard. 
Ck>ron, Sir H. de, 127. 
Ck>roner, Ouruner, Beatrice wife of 

William le, 414. 
Gorri, Agnes de, 811. 
Gorse, Gon, oo. Glouo., forest, p. 166. 
Gorsfeld, oo. Essex. See Ghwfield. 
Gorsfeld, Biohard de, 648. 
Ctort, Oort, William de la, 13. 
Gort, Gurt, William de la, Biohard heir of , 

13. 

, Bobert, of Whittingham, 716. 

Gorton, Gorfton [in Portisham parish], eo. 

Dorset, 580. 
Gorttebum, oo. York, 763. 
Gosford, Goeforde [in Newboid on Aron 

parish], oo. Warw., 793. 
Gossey, Gostessy, Gosteseye, Gostecye, oo. 

Norf.,268,d04, 743. 

manor, 268. 

Oottentin, Ctostentyn, Oostantiiii 

Geofflrey de, 277. 

, Oeoifrey, 574. 

, Henry de, 321. 

Gostentin, GeofErey de, >8on of Henry, 321. 

Geoffrey de, son of Geoffrey, 277. 

John, 574. 

, Stephen, 412. 

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Cofteny, 00. Norfolk. Su OofBey. 
Coston [co. Salop], p. 280. 
Ootele, John, 889. 
Ootele, AjBoeline, 889. 

Eleanor, 889. 

.Maad,839. 

Coterfold, Biehard de, 502. 
Cotes, CO. Catnb. See Coton. 

, 00. N'hamp. See Coton. 

CotheB [in Prestwold parish], oo. 

Leio., 384. 

manor, 884. 

Coteemor, oo. Bntland. See Cottesmore. 
Ootheridge, Coderugge, co. Woro. , manor, 489. 
Cotingham, oo. N'hamp. See Cottingham. 
Cottngwode, oo. K*humb. See Cottingwood. 
Cotis, 00. N'hamp. See Coton. 
Coton, Cotes, Eotis, oo. Oamb., 166. 

advowBon of ohapel, 809« 

manor, 809. 

under Gnilsborough, Cotis , Cotes [in 

Bavensthorp parish], oo. N'hamp., 480, 

684. 

, manor, 274. 

Cottered, Coddr', Coudray, oo. Hertf., 91. 
Cottesmore, Cotesmor, oo. Bntland, 387, 679. 

Cottingham. Cotingham, oo. N'hamp., wood, 

246. 
Cottingwood, Cotingwode [in Bothal parish], 

00. K'humb., 775. 
Cotton, Boger de, 678. 
Cotom, 587. 

,00. Salop, 2>. 279. 

Cotum, Sir John de, 780. 

, Balph de, 736. 

Coudray, oo. Hertf. See Cottered. 
Ctoudray, Gliottderi, Oodray, Fulk de, 

230. 
Coudray, Peter son of Fulk, 280. 
Coudre, Henry de, 674. 
Couele, CO. Midd. See Cowley. 
Couele, Bartholomew de, 822. 

Philip de, 404. 

Coughton, Cooton, oo. Warw., 679. 
Conling, oo. Suff. See Cowlinge. 
Cound, Cunet, oo. Salop, 827. 
Coure, 00. Heref . See Cowame.- 
Courtenay, Curtenay, Sir John, 165. 

, Bobert de, 515. 

Corene, Balph de, steward of Feokenham 

forest, 363. 
Coventry, co. Warw., 834. 

, bishop of, lands held of, 170. 

and Liohfleld, bishop of, 411, 458. 

643. 

, 5e« Liohfleld. 

, prior of, 884. 

Corerdale, oo. York, forest, 748. 
CoTerham, co. York, 748. 
, abbot of , 748. 



Coveriuun, Stephen de, 748. 
Cowame(?), Coure, oo. Heref., 89. 
Cowley, Conele, oo. Midd.. 822. 
Cowlinff, Thometon CoUing, Thometon, Col- 
ling, 00. York, 748. 

, manor, 296. 

Cowlinge, Couling, co. Suff., ji. 153. 

Coworth, Cownrthe, oo. Berks, 388. 

Coyne, John, 1). 280. 

Cradefleld, oo. Suff See Cratfield. 

Craft. See Croft. 

Czakehall, Great, Crakehale, oo. York, manor, 

748. 
Crakintorp, oo. Westm.. fishery, 313. 
Oramavill, Henry de, 727. 
CramaYill, Henry de, Henry son of, 727. 
Cramford, Cramfor, John de, 339. 

, Boger de. 389. 

Cranbome, Cranebum, oo. Dorset, p. 161 
Craneford, oo. Kent, 471. 

, 00. N'hamp. See Cranford. 

Cranesley, Craunisie [oo. N'hamp.] , 652. 
Cranford, Craneford oo. N*hamp., 10. 
Crassewell, oo. N'humb. See CressweU. 
Craster, Crauoestre, oo. N*humb., 48. 
Cratefeld, oo. Suff. See Cratfield. 
Cratefige. See GrateBge. 
Cratfield, Cratefeld, Cradefeld [oo. Suff], 

manor, 744. 
Crauoestre, oo. N'humb. See Craster. 
Cranoombe, Godfrey de, 890. 
Craoorok. See Craworok. 
Craudon. Crawden, Crauden, Philip de, 548. 

lady Sibyl de, 491. 

Craunisie, oo. N*hamp. See Cranesley. 
CraTehrnst, oo. Bedf . See Grayenhurst. 
Craven, oo. York, fees in, 296. 
Craworok, Crauorok, Emma de, widow, 691, 

804. 
Crawden. See Craudon. 
Crawley, Crowele [oo. Buck.], 569. 
Craystok, co. Cumb. See Greystoke. 
Craystok. See Greystoke. 
Creaka, Crok [oo. Norf.], abbot of, 504, 

510. 
, South. Suhtcrek, Sudk* [co. Korf.], 

504, 510. 
Creo, oo. N*hamp. See Crick. 
Craeoh, Crihe [in Churohknowle parish, oo. 

Dorset], 580. 

, Orioc, 00. Somers., 217. 

Creeton, Creton, oo.' Line., adrowson, 831. 

, manor, 381. 

Crekelad, oo. Wilto. See Crieklade. 
Oreketot. See Crloketot 
Cremplesham, oo. Norf. See Crimplesham. 
Cremplesluuii, Theodore altos Theo- 

doric de, 161. 
Cremplesham, Theodore de, Alioe mother of 

161. 
Cr«oiift, P^ter de, 145. 



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Creppinges, Grepinge, Crepping, Creppingia, 

Biohardde, 743. 

Bobeit de, write to, 49 62, ©4. 116. 

Crespin. William, 46. 

Cressener. See Creiisoner. 

CreMiM. Keraing, oo. Eaaez, preceptor of. 

See £8tre. 

» Little, 00. Eisex, 796. 

Oreofizigham Magna, Keningham, eo. Norf ., 

la Strehalle in. 668. 

Pftrva, gerainghftm, eo. Norf . , chiireh , 

6oo. 

f Master Philip, yicar of, 688. 

Or^ssoner. Oressener, Oressunere, 

William le, 618. 
CroMoner, Alexander le, 719. 
Oreaewell, Creflflewoll, Craflsewell. CreBuel 

fin Woodhom pariah], oo. N'humb., 

683, 691, 773. 
Oresay, Oreaai, Oresy, Hugh de, 669. 

, Isabel de, 683. 

Creasy, air Hugh de, 166, 396. 

, lady laabelde, 669. 

, Beginald de, 660. 

, Stephen de, aon of Hugh, 669. 

Creewelle, oo. Berka. See Carawell. 

Crcay. See Greaaj. 

Greton, oo. Lino. See Gre«ton. 

Grenker. See Grevequer. 

Gre?equer, oo. Lino., 113. 

Grevequer, Grenker, Grewker, Grewe- 

ker, Hamo de, 668. 
Grevequer, Hamo de, 273. 

Hamo de, aon of Hamo, 663. 

, Matthew de, 663. 

f Bobert, John and Thomas aona of 

Hamo de, the younger, 668. 

Bobert de, 663. 

I son of Hamo the younger, 668. 

, air Bobert, 699. 

Greweker, Grewker. See Grevequer. 

Grioo, 00. Somera. Su Greeoh. 

Grioh, Kryohe, oo. Derby, 707. 

Griohell, Little, Little Gurohull, oo. Doraet. 

776. 

More, Kerohel, oo. Doraet, 872. 

Lucy, Ghurethel [in Long Griohell 

pariah, oo. Doraet], 664. 
Griok, Greo, oo. K'hamp., 123. 
Gricketot, Griketot, Grekelot, Kyrke- 

tot, Williain de, 704, 706. 
Grioketot, William de, 686. 
William de, aon of William, 704, 

706. 
Criokheath, Gruohet, oo. Salop, p. 279. 
Grieklade, Giekelad, oo. Wilts, 664, 666. 
Griel. See Grioil. 
Grihe [eo. Dorset]. See Greeoh. 
Griketot.. SeeCiiokeiM. 
Grimplesham, Gremplesham, oo. No|rf., 161. 
r,p. 166. 



Orioil, Gryel, GrioU, Griel, Kyriul, 

Kiriel, John de, 693. 

Simon de, and ICaud his wife, 680. 

Grioil, air Bertrand de or Bertram (aon of 

John), caUed alto Bartholomew de 

Kyriul, 231, 663, 693, 681, 774. 
, Ellen or Eleanor wife of, 

663. 774. 
, hia mother. See Maud de 

Estwelle. 

, J. de, p. 164. 

, Nioholaa de, 774. 

/SfwGrul(?) 

See Eyriel. 

Griatesohiroh, co. Hants. See Ghristohuroh 
Groe, Walter, 912. 
Grootun, oo. Salop. See Gruokton. 
Groft, Graft, Henry de, 834. 

Roger de, 329. 

Groft, Henry de, aon of Boger, 829. 

, Boger de, 834. 

Grofton [in Orpington pariah], oo. Kent, 806. 
Grombolyre, oo. N'humb. See Gronkley. 

Crombwell, Krumbewell, Balph de, and 

Maigaret hia wife, 779. 
Gromer, oo. York, p, 266. 
Gronkley, Grombeolyre [in Bywell pariahl. 

00. N»humb., 691. 773, 804. 
Grookham, Grukum [in Ford pariahl. oo. 

N'humb., 341. 
Groamunt. See Groamont. 
Grossbowman, Gerard de la Barre, q,v, 

Groathwaite, Groath [in Kendal pariahl oo 

Westm., 114. 
Oroulton, co. Oxford, 808. 
Growele, oo. Buok. See Grawley. 

Growmanh Gifford, Growemera, oo. Oxford. 

churoh, 686. 

, manor, 686. 

Groxton Keyrial, oo. Leic, abbot of. 218 

776 (p. 267). 

, 00. Lino., 732,776. 

, , advowaon, 732, 776. 

Krokeatun, oo. Norf., 711. 

adrowaon, 711. 

Groyroya, oo. Gamb. See Bbyaton. 
Grateahale, oo. Eaaex. See Ghriahall. 
Gmoe, Edelina de, 817. 

, Nbho]aade,p.l69. 

Gruokton, Grootun, oo. Salop, 827. 

Orul [de Grioil?], John, 808. 

Gruas, William de, p. 176. 

Grukum, oo. N'humb. See Grookham. 

Grandale, co. Kent, p. 166. 

Gryel. SeeCnoH. 

Gndham, Gadonum, Godham, oo. Kent, 806. 

, adTowBOB, 813. 

, manor, 818. 

, rector of. Seelhinewie, 

Gukewald, oo. Lino. See Guxwold. 
Gulf ho, 00. Suif . See Gnlpho. 



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Culn, oo. &B0Z. See Cokie. 
Culna, rirer. 8u Coin. 
Colpbo. Culfho, 00. Suff., 676. 
Caltan, Juliana de, 349. 
Golyerdebj, oo. Leio. See Kilwardby. 
Combe, oo. Kent See Combe. 

oo. Oxford. See Combe. 

[oa Wanr.]. 5ee Combe. 

00. Wilts. See Combe. 

Cumberton, oo. Camb. See Comheiton. 
Comberworth, oo. Liao., 442. 
Cumenke, co. York. See Ban^tmkk, 
Cmneshered, oo. Beron, 740. 
Cumheje wood, oo. Saff., p. 154. 
Comintoii, oo. Hunt See Coningtoa. 
Cnmpton, oo. fiwef«, 708. 

, 00. Somers. SeeCompUm. 

, 00. Wanr. See Corapten. 

00. Wilts. See Compton. 

Campton Windgate, Thomas de, 679. 

Condej, ladj Joan de, p. 176. 

Cunet, 00. Salop. See Coond. 

Coniglaj, oo. YorL See Coaondley. 

Cmiingesby, oo. lano. See Coniogsby. 

CurohuU, 00. Dorset. See Criohell. 

Cnrcan. See Curson. 

Curoy, Patrick de, 264. 

Curln, Biohard, 743. 

Curry Bivell, CnryreToU, oo. Somen., manor, 

31& 
Ourson, Ourcun, William d«, of 

Carlton, 849. 
Curson, Sir Biohard le, of Queeniborough, 

793. 
Curt. See Cort. 
Curtbrauint. See Corbrant. 
Curtenay. See Conrtenay. 
Curuner. See Coroner. 
Curyrerell, oo. Somers. See Curry Bivell. 
Outture, Robert de la, 622. 
Cuture, Henry de la, 622. 
Cuxwold, Cukewald, oo. Lino., manor, 625. 
Cyoestre [oo. Sussex]. See Chichester. 
Cyrenoestre, Thomas de, 482. 
Cyriel, oo. Wilts. See Cherhill. 



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Daohette, oo. fiooL See Batohet. 
Bacre, Daker, co. Cumb., 314. 
Baddesoumb, Balph de, p* 176. 
Badelynton, oo. Jjeio. See Dadliagton. 
Badington, Badinton, «o. Oxford. See Bed- 

dington. 
Badlington, Badelynton [in Hinckley parish], 

00. Leio., 776. 
Bagenham, Bakeham, oo. Essex, 407. 



Bsgeworth. SSMBagwrth. 
Baggord [co. Snfif.]. See Bagworth. 
Bsgwoith, Bsttoid [in Old Newton parish, 

00. Suff.jT manor, 521. 
Da^wrth, Dageworth, Daflrgord, 

Oabert de, 466, 621. 
Bsgwrth. Isabel de, 521. 

, John de, 466. 

, Osbsrt son of Herrey de, 521. 

Bakeham, oo. Essex. See Bagenham. 

Baker, oo. Cumb. See Baore. 

Bia%, 00. Lino. See Banfay ? 

Bale, 00. Berby, abbey, 52. 

Balemain, Balman Aid, oo. Comb., 314. 

Balinton [now part of Flawboroo^], oo. 

Nott., 11. 
Balling, Wood [oo. Norf.], 29. 
Balman, oo. Cumb. See Balemain. 
Balton [in Burton-in-Kendal pariah], oo. 

Lane, 329, 834. 
[in Stamfordham parish], 00. N'hnmb., 

691, 804. 
[in Newbnm parish ?] , oo. N*humb. 

manor, M4. 
Balton, Michael de. 664. 

, Waiiam de, 691, 804. 

Banby [Balby ?], co. Line, 1 18. 

, Banebi, Baneby, co. York, pp. 265-7. 

manor, p. 267. 

forest, p. 267. 

Baneis. See Baneys. 

Baneseye, Banesy. See Anesy. 

Baneys, Baneis, William le, of Tioken- 

cote, 203, 204, 275. 
Baneys. of Tickenoote, John son of William, 

204, 275. 

, Mabel, wife of William le, 276. 

Baniel, Gilbert son of. See Bunesden. 

Buitese, Sir Boger de, 927. 

Barcy, Barci, de Arci,de Arcy, Berci, 

PhiUp, 677. 
Barey. Norman. 191, 677. 
Barel, Balph, 470. 
Barennes, Barenes. See Bareynes. 
Barenth, Berente, oo. Kent, 412. 
Bareynes, Bareyns, de Areynos, Burrenes, de 

Areines, Boger, 628, 691, 773. 
Bargentein. See Argentein. 
Barlee, John de, p, 160. 
Barley, Berleie, oo. Derby, 163. 
Darliston, Berlawatnn [in Piees parish], oo. 

Salop. 170. 
Barrenes. See Bareynes* 
Bartford, Berteford, oo. Kent, 412, 471. 
, Maktildeelaiid, Lilaande and Okolte 

In, 471. 
Dartmoor, Bertemore [oo. Devon], 165, 564 

(p. 175). 

, pasture on, p. 176. 

Datohet, Batchette. co. Buck., manor, 304. 
BAtohworth, Thacheworthe. oo. Hertf.. 164. 



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Baubttny, Daubeney, Baubeni, de 

Albini, de Albiniaco, d« Alba- 

aiaco, Isabel, 546. 

, WiUiam, 11, 926. 

Dftubeny, Hugh, earl of Arundel, 285 

, Isabel wife of, 285. 

, John, 782, 776, 926. 

, Odinel, 320. 

» , Johnson of, 776. 

,Phaip,jp. 257. 

Bulph, 257. 754. 

, WiUiam, 462. 

, WiUiam. 546. 

Baudelej. fitec Audley. 

I^oadeviUe, Alexander, 647. 

Bauno, de Anno, Adndao, Aunou, 

Alnouy Aimoh, Adam, 30. 

Godfrey, 422. 

, Thomaa, 74. 

B»nno, Alexander, son of Godfrey. 422. 

.Godfrey, 80. 

BftTentre, Walter de, 558. 

DaTentry, Daventre [oo. IThamp.], prior of, 

684. 
BayyU. See Beyyile. 
Bean, Bene [oo. Glouo.], foreetof. 4, 311, 825, 

485,498. 

, Killeot in, 311. 

I Great [oo. Glonc.] . See Mitcheldean. 

)£ut, Eateden, oo. Sussex, forest, o. 

279. 

West, Westdeo, oo. Sussex, manor, 

p. 279. 
I , miU oalled Ghnwehar in, 

p. 279. 

West, Wertdnne, oo. WUta, 731. 

Bebaoh (?), oo. Buff. See Beoh. 
Bsddington, Badington, Badinton, co. Oxford, 

r... manor, 112,792. 

Bedeleiig [oo. Sussex]. See Didling. 

Beeping, Beping, oo. Lino., 11. 

Beerhurst, Borhurst [oo. Glouo.], prior of, 

811. 
Beighton, oo. York. See Kirk Deighton. 

IMaTal, de la Yal, de LavaL Eustace, 

4ia 
Bek^al, Hioory, 413, 528. 778. 

, , writ to, 607. 

Hugh, 689. 

John, 413. 

Bslee [near BoohesterJ, oo. Kent, manor of, 94. 
Belebeo. See Bee. 

Bemeford [oo. Sussex]. See Bumpford. 
Ben, Miles, of Brampton, Beatrioe wife of, 724. 
Bene, oo. Glouo. See Dean. 

MagiW) 00. Glouo. See Mitoheldean. ^ 

[in Wye bundled], 00. Kent, 273. 

Bene, William de, 485. 

Bene, Ssnry de, son of William, 485. 

Henry de, and Agatha his wife, 493. 

..V ,Jliehoksde»816. 



Beneboud, de Ajaebou, Pliilip, 60. 

, his family, 60. 

Denefer, Walter, 732. 
Benham, oo. Buok, manor, 404. 
Benton, oo. Line., 74. 

, CO. Norf., manor, 146. 

rent oaUed capa diaboU from, 744. 

Depden, Dipeden [oo. Essex], prior of, p. 100. 
Beping, oo. Lino. See Beeping. 
Berbiscbyre. See Derby, West. 
Berby, West, Derbisobyre, oo. Lane, 253, 600. 
Derby, earl of, 369. 

SeeFen&riiB. 

Beroet, co. Warw. See Berset. 

Deroi. See Daroy. 

Dereham, West, Dereham, Derham. oo. Norf., 

161. 
Derente, oo. Kent. See Darenth. 
Derewenfc riyer. See Derwent. 
Derham, oo. Norf. See Dereham. 
Derhurst, co. Glouo. See Deerhurst. 
Derlawstun, co. Salop. See Darliston. 
Berleg, Berleie, Andrew de, 168. 
Derleg, Hug^ de, son of Andrew, 163. 
Berleie, oo. Berby. See Barley. 
Bemeford, oo. Oscford. See Dornford. 
Demeford^ Sir Soger de,8ll. 
Berset, Deroet, co. Warw., 679. 
Dersingham, co. Norf., 280. 
Derteford, oo. Kent. See Dartford. 
Dertemore, oo. DeTon. See Dartmoor. 

Derwent, Derewent, riyer [co. York], mUl 

pond in, 452. 
Desborough, Desbury, Desebnrg, oo N'hamp., 

Ill, 284. 
Desening, Besninges, oo. Suff. See Disning. 

Despenser, Despensir, Dispenser, JHspematar, 

Geoffrey, 10. 

, Sir H. 125. 

, Hugh le, 834. 

, Aline wife of, 807. 

, John le, heirs of, p, 176. 

, William, 314. 

Detohant, Diohend [in Belford porisli] oo. 

N'humb., 202, 341. 
Detlinge, WiUiam de, 563. 
Deuelawe, oo. N'humb. See Dewley. 
Beuelioh, Beueliss, co. Dorset. See Dewiish. 
Deyereux, de Ebroyois, de Eyerojs, Maud, 

825. 

Sir William, 557. 

Deversy. See Eyeroy. 
Devon, earl of, 278. 

, £)ee Bipariis. 

Dewohuroh, Dewyeeohurohe, oo. Heref ., 109. 
Dewley, Deuelawe [in Newbum parish], oo. 

N'humb., 220. 
Bewlish, Denelioh, Deueliss, oo. Dorset. 7, 

580 (;i. 161). 
Dewyesohuiehe, oo. Herqf. Su Dewohnroh. 
Deynonit, John de, 601. 



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DeyrUe, Ikyril, Bobert, 10. 

Wiilter,679. 

Diohend, oo. N'humb. See Detchant. 
Diohend/Henxy de, 202, 216, 
Dioheninge, oo. Sunez. See Ditohling. 
Dichingham [oa Korf.]. See Ditohinghmn. 
Dick. 00. York. 471. 
DiokeodoD, Dyckeadon. William de, p. 167, 

p, 159. 
Dioton, CO. York. See Kirk Beighton. 

Diddingioiii Dodigton, Dodington, oo. Hunt. 

732. 776. 
Dudintan [in HamptoD in Arden 

pariah], oo. Warw., 827. 
Didling. Dedeleng, Didelinge [oo. Sussex] , 

manor, 464. 

Digerlo. oo. Hants, forest bailiwick of, 437. 
Dlk, 00. Lino. .See Dyke. 
Dik, Joice son of Gilbert de, 246. 
Dik, Gilbert de, son of Gilbert, 246. 
Dikelesdon, oo. GIouo. See Dixton. 
Dilintone, Dilintone, oo. Hunt. See Dilling- 

ton. 
Dillington, Dilitune, Dilitoue [in Great 

Staughton parish], oo. Hunt, 166. 

manor, 809. 

Est park, Litlehey and Westwode in, 

809. 
Dilton. Dulton [in Westbunr parish], oo. 

Wilts, 197. 699, 983. 
Diltin, Dylon, Adam de, 186. 
Dilun, Henry de, son of Adam, 186. 
Dilwyn, Dylun, I)ylon. oo. Heref., 186. 
Dimbilton, eo. York. See Dimlington. 
Dimlington. Dimbilton [in Easington parish, 

CO. York], 471. 
Dimmuk. oo. Glouo. See Dymock. 
Dinannt, Sir Geo£Prey. 742. 

C/. Dynan. 

Dinmore, Dunemor, oo. Heref., 109. 
Dipeden [oo. Essex]. See Depden. 
Diptford, Dupeford, oo. Deron, manor. 718. 
Disoington, oo. N'humb. See Dissington. 
Disning, Desnigg. Desnions, Deseninge, . 

Desemeinges [in Gaselej parish], oo. ' 

Buff., i>p. 163. 167. 

manor, pp. 164, 160. 

Dispenser, Dispensator. See Despenser. i 

Dissington. Disoington [in Newbum parish]. I 

00. N'humb., 418. 
Ditohingfaam, Diohingfaam [oo. Norf.], advow- 

son, 744. 

manor. 744. 

, woods named in, 744. 

Ditohling. Dioheninge. Dyohenyng, Dyohen- 

inge. 00. Sussex, 706, 881. 
Diton, 00. Kent. See Ditton. 
Ditton Camoys, Ditton [in Wood Ditton 

parish], oo. Gamb., manor, 443. 

00. Kent, SSO(p. 166), 760. 

00. York. Su Kirk Deigfaton. 



Ditton, Balphde,jp. 166. 

Di?e. See Dyve. 

Dixton, Dyokelesdon, Dykelesdon [in Alderton 
parish], oo. Glouo., i>p. 167, 169. 
I Docking, oo. Norf.. 269, 
, Doddesoomb Leigh. Lega, oo. Deyon, p. 176. 
! Doddlnghnr8t» Duddingehurst [oo. Essex], 

, adTowson, 686. 

I manor, 686. 

Doddington, Dodington, oo. N'humb., manor, 

Dodehnrst, oo. Kent. See Dodhurst. 
Dodpleoton [oo. Salop]. See Dudleston. 
Dodhurst, Dodehurst [in Pembury parish], oo. 

Kent, p. 166. 
Dodigton, oo. Hunt. See Diddington. 
Dodington, oo. Buck. See Dunton. 

00. Glouc. p, 167. 

, 00. Hunt. See Diddington. 

00. N'humb. See D6ddington. 

Dodindale, oo. Kent [i.e, Morton in St. Maiy 

Bredin, Canterbury], jp. 156. 
Dodinton, oo. N'hamp. See Doddington. 

[oo. Salop], |>. 280. • 

Dokelinton, oo. O^ord. See Duoklington. 
Dokesworth [oo. Oamb.] . See Duxford 
Dommawe, co. Essex. See Dumnow. 
Donesmor, co. Warw. See Dunsmore. 
Donevil. See DuneTill. 
Donewal, Grifln son of, 150. 
Donigworthe. oa Suff. See Dnnningworth. 
Donington, eo. Glouo. See Donnington. 
Donington, Thomas de. p. 167, p, 169. 
Donnington. Donington [in Stow parish, oo. 

Glonc].j)p. 167, 169. 
Dorchester. Doroester, Doroestre [co. D orse t ] , 

60. 

borough, p, 174. « 

Domford, Derneford [in Wootton parish], eo. 

Oxford. 112, 842. 
Dorsington. Dorsinton, oo. Glonc., 10. 
Douai, Due, merohants of, 477. 
DouTesker, oo. York. See Doresoar. 
DoTor, 00. Kent, castle, 281, 368. 668, 678, 

783. 813. 
castle, guard of, 237, 260, 423,471. 

480, 681, 727, 879. 893, 923. 

serrioe conneoted with, 666. 

prior of. 681. 

DoToroourt, Doyerecnrt [oo. Essex], manor. 

744. 
DoTesoar, DouTesker [in Aysgarth paridft], eo. 

York, 743. 
Dovoria, Doverim, Dovor, DoTere, 

Bichard de, 299, S22. 

Alice wife of Biohard de, 863. 

, Bichard de and Bose his wife. 

924. 
DoToria. Biohaid de, son of Biohard, 924. 

, John de, son of Biohard, 899, 3S2. 

Dowlish, Dnuelis [oo. Somers.], ohnnh, 912. 



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I>own, Dune, neMr Clun [oo. Salop], p, 980, 

p. 281. 
IX>w]i Ampney, Bunhameaeye [oo. Glouo.], 

baiUff of. See Fromimd. 
Bownham, Dunham, oo. Emox, adTOWvon, 586. 

, manor, 586. 

Bonham, oo. Korf., 588. 

Bownton, oo. HanU. See Bonketon. 

Bown UnifraTille, oo. Beron. See Charlton. 

Boynell, Bobert, 894. 

Branghton, Bnyton, oo. K'hamp., 284. 

Braxcote. WUlUm de, 679. 

Brayton, Braytnn [in Farlinirton pariah], 

oo.Hant«.221. 

, Fenny, co. Leio., 776. 

, ca N'hamp. See Brauj^ton. 

,Brayton subttts Lyme [in Wroxeter 

parish], oo. Salop, 445. 
Drayton, Henry de, 284. 
Brayton, Baldwin de, 284. 

, Simon, 111. 

Brengfaou, oo. York. See Bringhoe. 
Breyhememen [by Sombonm]. oo. Hants, 

417. 
Bnffield, Great, Briffend,oo. York, 691. 
Bringhoe, Brenghou, co. York, 636. 
Brisoo, 00. Berby, wood of, 52. 
Broitwioh, Wioh.oo. Wore., 524. 

Bnble. , 114. 

Baokltngton, Bokolinton, co. Oxford, manor, 

Buddingfaurst, co. Essex. See Boddinghnrst. 
Buddington, Bodinton, oo. K'hamp., 491, 

Budonmeahoi [oo. Bedf. or Back.], herbage of, 

Bndinton, oo. Warw. See Biddington. 
Budletton, Bodeleston [in Ellesmere pariah], 

00. Salop, 684, 812 {p. 279). 
Bndmerton, John de, 606. 
Bue. See Bouai, 
Boket, Niohola«. 214. 
BuUescahe, or Bostesoahe [in Fiahwiok?], oo. 

Lano., an assart, 294. 
Bullingfaam, oo. Gamb., 491 . 
Bolton, 00. Wilts. See Bilton. 
Bompford, Bemeford [in Trotton parish, oo. 

Sussex] , manor, 454. 
Ban, Sir Hugh le, 340. 
Bundene, 872. 
Bnae, oo. Bevon. See Charlton. 

, 00. BeTOD. ^MBousdoun. 

[oo. Salop]. See Bown. 

[00. Wilts], 549. 

Dune, Balph de, 141. 

Buns, Balph de son of Balph, 141. 

SeeDajn. 

Bunedisse [oo. Borset]. See Bnntish. 
Ihmelm, Thomas de, 370. 
Bonemor, oo. Heref. See Binmore. 
BanekMwiUe, oo. Beyon. See Bnnkeswell. 



Bunesdal [in Skelton?], co. York, p. 266. 
Bunesden, Bonneston, Gilbert son of 

Daniel de, 101. 

, Annora wife of, 101. 

Bunesford, oo. BoTon. See Bunsford. 

Bonethe, Baldwin de, 286. 

Dunevill, Donevil, GHxy de, a Normau, 

215. 
Bnnewio, Laurence de, rector of Cudham, 813. 
Bunframrill. See XJmframyill. 
Bunham, oo. Essex. See Bownham. 

, 00. Norf. See Bownham. 

Bunhameneye [oo. Glouo.]. See Bown Amp- 

ney. 
Buningworth [co. SufiF.]. 5eeBunningworth. 
Bonkedeley [oo. Lane], 418. 
Bunkeewell, Bunekeswille, oo. Devon, abbot 

of, 139. 
Bunketon [Bownton?]. oo. Hants, />. 174. 
Bnnmow, Bommawe, Bunmawe, oo. Essex, 

441. 

, Great, oo. Essex, 578. 

Bunmulne [co. Wilts] , 547. 
Bunneston. See Bunesden. 
Bunnestnn, co. Lino. See Bunston. 
Bunningworth, Bonigworthe, Buningworth 

[oo. Suff.], adyowson, 744. 

manor, 744. 

Bunsford, Bunesford, oo. Devon, 262. 

, manor, 799. 

Bunsmore, Bonesmor, oo. Warw., 679. 
Dunstable. Bunstaple, oo. Bedf., prior of, 810. 
Bunotan [in EmUeton parish], oo. N'humb. , 48. 

Dunstanvil,DanstamviUa, Walter de 

729. 
Bunstanvil, PetroniUa daughter of Walter de, 

729. 
Bunston, Bunnestun, oo. Lino., 577. 
Bunstun, William, 748. 
Buntish, Bunedisse [in Buokland Newton 

parish, oo. Borset] , manor, 580. 

chapel, 580. 

Bunton, Bodington, oo. Buck., 677. 

, 00. Norf., 861, 756. 

falooner ser jeanty of, 281. 

manor, 281, 361,657. 

Bupeford, oo. Bevon. jS^e Diptford. 
Duremen, Durame, Jolland de, 573. 
Buremen, Jolland de, son of Jolland, 573. 
Burevill, Eustace de, hanged for felony, 328, 

354. 
Burham, bishop of, 202 (p. 265). 

, church of, rents due to* 164. 

, bishopric of, 778. 

, fee of, 145. 

Barrington, Burinton [oo. Sussex], 706, 881. 

manor, 706. 

, Burinton, oo. Wilts, 372. 

Bursley, Burseleg [co. Glouo.]. court of, 498. 
Duston, Dustune, William de, 760. 
Buston. William do, 760. 



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Diittoa [ia Bibohester pftrish, eo. Lane.], 418. 
Duuelifl [eo. Somen.]. See Do«rlish. 
Doxford, Dokesworth [co. CftmT).], 744. 
DuyD, Bobert de, 192. 
Djohfininge, I>3Fobenyiig [oo. Susiex]. See 

Ditohling. 
Djokelesdon, oo. G^louc. See Dixton. 
Byckesdon. iS»«5 Dickesdon. 
Djfke, Dik [in Boampamh], oo. Line., 245. 
Dykerel, Bobert, 627. 
Djlon, Bykin, oo. Heref. See Dilwyn. 
Dylun. See Dllon. 
Djinoak, Diiumiik, oo. Glouo., 200. 
Dynan, Dynham, OeolBrey de, 424. 
Dynaii, Oliver de, 8on of Geoffrey, 424. 

Cf, Dinaunt. 

Dynant, le, co. York, p. 268. 
Dynham. See Dynan. 
Dyre, Dive, John de, 792. 

WiUUm de, 876. 

Djre, Henry de, 792. 

, Johnde, 876. 

Maud, heirs of, 732. 

, William de, i). 257 



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Eachwiok, KeUewio [in Heddon-on-the-Wall 

parish], co. X'hamb., 413, 528. 
Earby, Enerby, co. York, 470. 
Eardisley, Erdesleye, co. Heref.. 717. 
Earsdon, Herdisdim [in Hebron], oo. N'humb., 

520. 
Earsham, Ersham, Eresham [co. Norf.], 744. 

hundred, 744. 

Easebounoe, Borne, co. Sussex, manor of, 27. 
Eaaington, Hesinton, eo. York, 471. 

advowBon, 471. 

Eastbum. Estbrun, Estbmnne [in Kirkbum 

parish], co. York, pp, 267-8. 
Eastbury, Estbiri, Estbnry [in Lamboum 

parish], 00. Berks, 190, 244, 857. 
Easthorp, Estorp [oo. Essex]. See Thorp. 
Eastleigh, Estlye, co. Hants, 37. 
Easton, Eston, co. Berks, 10. 
, Little, Eystanee ad Torrin [co. Essex], 

manor, 52o. 
, Estone [in Belehamp Walter parish] , 

00. Essex, 832. 
, Eston [in WilLibrook hondred], oo. 

N'hamp., manor, 331. 

Kandit, Eston, oo. Hliamp., 2i6, 679. 

, Eston, CO. Somers., p. 156. 

in Qordano, Eston, co. Soraers.i pp. 

157. 159. 

Pensy, Eston, oo. Wdts, 417. 

Eastry, chaplain of, p, 279, 



Eaststour, oo. Kent. See Esture. 

Eastwell, Eastwelle, Welles, oo. Kent, manor, 
593, 681. 

, adyowson, 681. 

, SohiDgledehalle in, 681. 

XaetweUe, Estwellea, If and de, 681. 

Eastwood, Estwode, Esteuod, oo. Essex, 701. 

manor, 873. 

, Estewcit, 00. Nott., 810. 

I adyowson, 810. 

Eaton Bray. I^n, oo. Bedf., numor, 340. 

Ebbesbome-Wake, EbbelesbnmeWak.EbbleB- 
bume, Eblesburae, Hebelesbom, eo. 
Wilts, 177, 221, 754. 

, manor, 128. 

Ebbrichton, oo. Dorset. See Ibberton. 

Eblesbume, 00. Wilts. See Ebbesbonie-Wake. 

Eboraoo, Ebor, tl^iUiam de, 743. 

, SirW.de. 917. 

Ehrington, Ebryton, oo. Glouo., manor, 776. 

Ebroycis. See Deyereux. 

Ebryton, oo. Giouo. See Ehrington. 

Eooleshall, Eoleebale, oo. Warw.. 679. 

Eocleston, Eeliston, in Leyland hundred, co. 
Lane., 262. 

, oonrt at, 252. 

i Echelis, CO. Chester. iSee Etohells. 

Eohewic, oo. N'hnmb. See Eachwiok. 
I Eohingeham, oo. Sussex. See Etohingham. 
I £c)iin^iam, William de, 287. 
' Eohingham, Margery wife of William de, 287. 

, Simon de, 287. 

Ecleshale, co. Warw. See Ecoieshall. 

Eeliston, 00. Lane. See Eccleston. 

Edburburi, co. Oxford. See Adderbory. 

Eddenall. oo. Gumb. See Edenhall. 

Eddlesborongh, EdnUegburii, EdnUssbonmh, 
Edelveeber, co. Buek., 696, 737. 

Edelington, oo. Lino. See Edlington. 

Edelinsoote, oo. Warw. See Emsoote. 

Edelmeton. oo. Midd. See Edmonton. 

Edelyesber, co. Buck. See Eddlesborough. 

Eden, riyer, co. Gumb., fishery, 752, 768. 

Edenhall, Eddenall, Edenhal, oo. Gnmb., 928. 

Edenhope, co, Salop, p. 281. 

Edeston, oo. York. See Edstone. 

Edgton, Egeton [oo. Salop], p. 280. 

Edlegan, Elegan, co. Monm., commote, 150. 

Edlington, Edelington, co. Lino., manor, 822L 

Edmondsham, Edmnndesham, co. Dorset, 159. 

5ee Ham. 

Edmonton, Edelmeton, oo.Hidd., manor, 571, 
813. 

Edmund son of Henry III, 767, 786. 

Edmund son of Biohard son of King Mkn, 
787, 808. 

Edmund, Adam son of, 386. 

Ednesouere. Bdneasouere, Luoy de, 458. 

, Thomas dO) 453. 

Edstook, Ichi>8toke [oo. Somen.], 912. 

Edstose, Little, Bdeston, oo. York, IM 



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Edward, son of Henry m (afterwards £dw»rd, 

I), 287, W9. 
Xgeblaunch, Peter de, bishop of Here- 
ford, 884. 
Egerdinton, co. Kent, 698. 
E^S^ton [oo. Salop] . See Edgton. . 
Egetooe, John de, p. 280. 

, Philip de, p. 280. 

£Sgg-Buckland, Hekebokel, co. Devon, manor 

of. 112. 

, church of, 112. 

Egremont, Egremund, oo. Westm., 84. 
Egrum, CO. Nott. See Ayerham. 
Elberton, Halberion, oo. Qlouo., manor, 710. 
Eldersfield, Eldresfelde, £ldrefeud,co. Wore., 

630 (pp, 157. 169;, 640. 
Elding, oo. Kent. See Yalding. 
Eldrefeud, Eldresfelde, co. Wore. See Elders- 

Qeld. 
Eleanor. Queen, 784. 
Elegan, oo. Monm. See Edlegftn. 
Sleigh. Brent. Tllech [oo. Suff.], manor, 762. 
Eleworthe, 00. Qlouo. See AylBWorth. 
Elfeisoot, CO. Oxford. See Alvesoott. 
ElfreUm, CO. Berks., 10. 
Elfreton, Biohard de, 10 
Elham, co. Kent, 389. 
Elias, Henry son of, 776. 

, William son of, 78. 

Eling. Elinges co. Hants, 8. 
Elinhale, oo. Staff. See Ellenhall. 
Elinton. Thomaa de, 682. 
Elkenton, William de, 470. 
Elkesley, oo. Nott. See Elksley. 
Elkestan, oo. Qlouo. See ELkstone. 
Elksley, Elkesley, co. Nott., 77. 
Elkstone, Elkestan, co. Qlouo. , manor, 689. 
EllenhalL Elinhale, oo. Staff , manor, 411. 
Ellesden, oo. N'humb. See Elsdon. 
Elleslake, co. York. See Elslaok. 
Ellington, Helligtun, Ellintun. EUinton [in 

Woodhorn parish], oo. N'hnmb., 688, 

778. 
EUisfleld. Elsefeld, co. Hants, 822. 
Elm, Thaaunies, co. Somers., manor, 112. 
Elmdon, Eumedone, co. Essex, 804. 
Blmeland, oo. York, p. 266. 
Elmesale, Elmesse, oo. York. See Elmsall. 
Elmested [Elmsted, oo. Kent ?], 896. 
Elmesied, William de, 896. 
Elmested, Maud daughter of William de, 896. 
Elmesthorp. co. Leio. See Elmsthorp. 
Elmsall, Helmishal, Elmesale, Elmesse [in 

South Kirkby parish, oo. York], 418. 

manor, 687. 

Elmstead, Knmested, Elmestede, oo. Essex, 

888. 

, advowson, 764. 

manor, 764. 

Elmsted [oo. Kent?]. See Elmested. 
Elmsthorpe, Elmesthorp, Aylmersthorp, oo. 

Leic..776,892 



Elmton, Thomas die, 10. • 

Elnested. Olemenoe wife of Bartholomew de. 

464. 
Elnestede [oo. Sussex] . See Elsted. 
Elsdon, Ellesden, oo. N'humb., ohureh of, 49. 
Elsefeld, oo. Hants. See Ellisfield. 

, oo. Oxford. See Elsfield. 

Elsefeld, Qilbert de, ^, 

Elsenham, Elsttham, Helsenham, oo. Essoz, 

adTOWVon, 774. 

manor, 668, 774. 

Elslield, Elsefeld, oo. Oxford, manor, 807. 
Elslack, Elleslake in Craven, oo. York, 470. 
Elsnham, oo. Essex. See Elsenham. 
Elsted, Elnestede [oo. Sussex] , manor, 464. 
Elstinton, eo. Beyon. See Ilsington. 
Elston, Winterbume [in Oreheston St. 

Qeoige parish] , oo. Wilts, manor, 124. 
Eltham, Eitheham, Elteham, Helthanl^ oo. 

Kent. pp. 166, 167. 

manor, p. 164. 

Eitringham [inOringham parish] ,oo. N'humb. 

691, 773, 804. 
Eitringham, Adam de, 691. 778, 804. 
ElTeisoot, oo. Oxford. See Alvescott. 
Ely [oo. Chunb.] . Isle of, 916. 

, bishop of, 801, 802, 811, 676. 

,St. Etheldreda, St. Qyldied, prior, 

46. 704. 861. 
Embleton, Emildon, oo. N'humb., 48. 
Emhelt [co. Beyon]. See Emlett. 
Emhylt, Nicholas de, p. 176. 
Emildon, oo. N*humb. See Embleton. 
Emlett, Emhelt [in Woolfardisworthy, oo. 

Devon], p. 176. 
Emoretone [oo. Salop] , p. 280. 
Empingham, Empingeham, oo. Bntland, 

manor, 421. 
Eraseole, Edelinsoote, oo. Warw., 776. 
Enbome, Enebom, oo. Berks, 10. 
Enbrook, Eynebrok [in Cheriton parish] , co. 

Kent, 774. 
Enebom, oo, Berks. See Enbome. 
Ensbroe, Eynebrok, Alfred de, 668, 774. 
Enefeud, oo. Essex. See Enfield, oo. Midd. 
Eneford, oo. Norf . See Eynsford. 
Enesbiri, oo. Hunt. See Eynesbuiy. 
Enfield, Enfeud, oo. Midd., 212. 

, stated to be 00. Essex, 212. 

Engayne, dea Oayne de Bagaynt 

Aigraigneyibiffaingr.de XngaTne, 

Henry. 809. 

Vitalia, 166. 

Engayne, Henry de. p. 161. 

, Henry, 491. 

Henry son of Vitalis, 166. 

, John, 808. 

IBngrl^aol^eviUy Xn^lechevillj Bapley- 

cherill, Theobald de, 609, 648. 
EngiosohoTill, Theobald de, 714. 

William de, 609. 

Alice wife of, 718. 



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£ngleieuinb, eo. Somen. See English Combe. 
EDgleyefaeyill. See Engletoherill, 
EnglejB, Anaelm le, 686. 

John le, 636, 812 (p. 280). 

English Bioknor, Bikenor, oo. Gloao., 4. 
English Combe, Hjngeleseombe, Englescmnb, 

oo. Somen, p, 158. 

manor, 710. 

Erdesleye, oo. Henf. See Eardisley. 
Erdewik [oo. Devon]. See Enrdwiek, 
Erdington, Erdinton [in Aston parish], oo. 

Warw., 827. 
Erdinton, co. Oxford. See Ysmton. 

00. Warw. See Erdington. 

Erdinton, Thomas de, 827. 

Erdinton, Henry de, and Maud his wife, 779. 

, Thomas de, Mary daughter of, 8^. 

Boesia wife of, 827. 

Ergom, Sir William de, 814. 

Eriswell, Evereswell, oo. SnflF., 155. 

Erlegh, Henry de, 217. 

Erleton, oo. Salop. See Orleton. 

Erlham, Balph de, 361. 

Ermington, Erminton Peverel [oo. Deron], 

• 474, 664 (p. 176). 
Ermue, Ermine, oo. Hants. See Yarmouth. 

Erpingham, South, Sadherpingham, Herping- 
ham [co. Norf.] numor, 918. 

Ersham [oo. Norf.]. See Earsham. 

Esbriopolle, oo. Westm., fishery, 318. 

Esoalariis, John de, 46. 

Esoareye [near Bainham], oo. Kent, 316. 

Esoebreo, oo. Lano. See Espriok. 

Escoteny. See Sooteny. 

EBcoyill, Humphrey de, 806. 

Esheleg. See Esselegh. 

Eshent, co. Kent. See Ashurst. 

Eshton. Esseton [in Gargrate parish], oo. 
York, 296. 

Eskelling, John de, p, 158. 

Eskheved, oo. Cumb., 814. 

Eslessbecke, eo. Derby. See Hailebadge. 

Eslington, Esselington, Eslinton, oo. N*humb., 

manor, 609. 
Ellington, Esielinfton, Estlington, 

Ssselyngton, John de, 609. 

John de, 716. 

Eslington, Alexander de, son of John, 716. 

, John son of Alan de, 609, 711. 

EBuebrugg, oo. Salop. See Isombridge. 

E^peoer, John le, 753. 

Espeley, co. K'hnmb. See Espley. 

Espeley. William de, 416. 

Espershields, Espersoheles [inBywell parish]. 

oo. N'humb., 691, 778. 804. 
Espleg. CO. Staff. See Aspley. 
Espley, Espeley [in Hebron], oo. N'humb., 

416. 
Espriok, Escebreo [in Kirkham parish], oo. 

Lano., 153. 
Esse [oo. N'hftmp] . See Ashton. 



• Esse, Sir Balph de, 862. 
Esseby, oo. Leio. See Ashby, 

oo. N'hamp. See Ashby. 

BsMby, Sssebi, WiUiam de, 128. 

William de, 582. 

\ Esseby. Bobert de, son of William, 128, 532. 

William de, son of William, 583. 

Essole, eo. Hants. See Ashley. 

, 00. Staff. See Ashley. 

Esselegh, oo. Hants. See Ashley. 
BMelegh. Etheleg, Walter de, 68. 
Esseleye, Walter de, 748. 
Esselington, Esselyngton. See Eslington. 
Esserung, Peter de, 227. 
Esseteford, eo. Kent. See Ashford. 
Esseton, oo. York. See Eshton. 
Eneton Bobert de, 296. 
Easewyth, William, p. 162. 
Essex, Ssex, Hugh de (1). 184. 

, Hugh de (2), 857. 

Essex, Sir Henry de, 801. 

, , Henry de, 466. 

, Hugh de (2), 184. 

' Esston, oo. Buck. See Aston. 

'■ Estallingeleye, oo. Oxford. See Asthall Lee. 

Estandbum, Letewaria de, 178. 
I Estbiri, oo. Berks. See Eastbuty. 

Estbrunne, eo. York. See Eastbnm. 
, Eftbury, co. Berks. See Eastbury. 
Esteden, in Sussex. See Dean. 
Estesture, oo. Kent. See Estnre. 
Estetoyille. See Estoteyille. 
Esteuod, 00. Essex. See Esstwood. 
Xstewode, Estwode, James de, 809. 
; Estewod, James de, 701. 
j Estgremsted, oo. Wilts. See Orimstead. 
I Esthalle, oo. Oxford. See Asthall. 
! Esthamme, oo. Essex. See Ham. 

Estinton, oo. Somen. See Ashington. 
> Estley, Estleg. oo. Warw. See Astley. 

Estley, Estleye, Thomas de, 10, 582. 
, Estleye, co. Hants. See Eastleigh. 
Estlington. See Eslington. 
Estmeresfeud, oo. Kent. See Ashenfield. 
Eston, 00. Beriu. See Easton. 

, CO. Buek. See Aston Mnllins. 

, 00. Essex. See Easton. 

, CO. Heref. See Aston Ingham. 

, oo. N'hamp. See Easton. 

, oo. Oxford. See Aston. 

, 00. Salop. £^ee Aston. 

, , 00. Somen. See Easton. 

, CO. Wilts. See Easton. 

I Eston, Boger de, 5. 

! Estorp, CO. Essex. See Thorpe. 

I BstoteTillei Bstotevile, BstetoTiUe, 

I John de, 908. 

EBtotoTiUe, Joan de, 824. 
I Estparo fonst, co. Nlinmb., 775. 
Estrasen, oo. Lino. See Baseii. 



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Estre, William del, preceptor of CreBsiiig and 

Witham, 867. 
Bstrecch, Biehard, (1), 770. 
Estreoeh. Biohard, (2). 770. 
Estrop, 00. N'hamp. See Astrop. 
Ertni, Sir John de, 813. 
EsUweit. CO. Note. See Eastwood. 
Bitnre, Eaatstour, Esteature [io Chilham 

parish], oo. Kent, 680. 
Ertwelles